Standing is Roger Rodney, resident on Archview Drive in Meadowbrück Lake Estates, appealing to the Shiloh Board of Trustees Monday night to consider not allowing a connecting thoroughfare be opened to the Summit of Shiloh proposed subdivision due to heightened safety concerns. Marilyn Almind, Meadowbrück Lake Estates homeowner’s association president, is sitting behind Rodney.
Standing is Roger Rodney, resident on Archview Drive in Meadowbrück Lake Estates, appealing to the Shiloh Board of Trustees Monday night to consider not allowing a connecting thoroughfare be opened to the Summit of Shiloh proposed subdivision due to heightened safety concerns. Marilyn Almind, Meadowbrück Lake Estates homeowner’s association president, is sitting behind Rodney. Robyn L. Kirsch rkirsch@bnd.com
Standing is Roger Rodney, resident on Archview Drive in Meadowbrück Lake Estates, appealing to the Shiloh Board of Trustees Monday night to consider not allowing a connecting thoroughfare be opened to the Summit of Shiloh proposed subdivision due to heightened safety concerns. Marilyn Almind, Meadowbrück Lake Estates homeowner’s association president, is sitting behind Rodney. Robyn L. Kirsch rkirsch@bnd.com

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