The McDonald Family: Frisco, are you biting the hand that feeds you?
Noting the lament in a recent article that Frisco may turn into a “sleepy retirement community” or “place for second-home owners,” we are in that group, on both counts, which is nearing 70 percent of Frisco’s tax-paying population.
When we come to Frisco, often inviting family or other guests, we utilize your restaurants, retail shops, service units, gas stations and even, on occasion, your hospital, support the historical society financially, local schools via taxes and contribute to the local church.
Will you suffer a loss by “urbanizing” with high density (housing) on a valuable recreation site, Peak One, partially natural wetlands, directly adjacent to the bike and hiking trails?
Frisco could benefit from stepping back, looking at the character of the community and move forward in a positive manner which is financially sound and most benefits the whole community without incurring unnecessary debt.
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