Kyle and her husband moved to Brookfield in 1986. She became active in local politics and started blogging in 2004. Her focus is primarily on local issues but often includes state and national topics, too. Kyle looks at things from the taxpayers' perspective in a creative, yet down to earth way, addressing them from a practical point of view.
On our drive back from Dearborn, Michigan, I noted a VK Development* sign on I-94 just south of that Mars Cheese Store near Pleasant Prairie and Kenosha. That got my attention.
I googled it when I got home and found VK's Prairie Farm Neighborhood: (My emphasis)
The area includes 93.5 acres set aside as a potential site for a high school.
About 39 percent of the total acreage would be set aside for flood plains, wetlands, a park and other open space.
This quote caught my eye,
Noel Gentz, who lives along 114th Avenue near I-94, said he didn't think much of the plan and was concerned how the village will pay for the schools that the various subdivisions would more than likely attract.
"It's definitely hard to take, but there's no way to stop it," Gentz said.
Don't forget his other projects in Ozaukee County. Brookfield has one less VK property though: New Berlin firm buys Willow Brook apartments for $15.8 million. I guess there is never a dull moment for VK and family.
Be sure to read Fairly Conservative's piece on our Percheron Square
Maybe we could form a nation wide support group? Mr. Gentz might want to be the president.
*VK is a brilliant businessman. His projects are attractive in my opinion. My main objection is their density.
Links:Brookfield7, Fairly Conservative, Betterbrookfield, Mark Levin , Vicki Mckenna