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As someone who lives in the UGA I feel strongly AGAINST incorporation. The area is beautiful and has a rural feel that many who live here desire, and it’s a special thing to have so close to the city. The area does not need added services, sprawling Lacey has plenty of services right there on college street. From what I can assume, annexation only opens the door to additional tight-packed housing developments, which is unnecessary, and extra taxes. The county would be better suited to encourage eco villages for a new era of healthy, community oriented living. Not sure what I mean? Ask a millennial if they would rather live in a 2000sq ft house in a development or in a tiny house village on land raising chickens. There are better ways to use our precious rural lands than building developments with quick-to-break houses.

From: Olympia City Council divided on initiating the Southeast UGA annexation process 

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