OPINION

Roland: Sad to see bulldozer destruction in Queen Creek

Posted 6/9/21

On the Ellsworth Ranch and Desert Diamond Park housing construction: As you are aware this subdivision is in process.

My concern to date is the destruction of the 100-year-old trees and animals …

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OPINION

Roland: Sad to see bulldozer destruction in Queen Creek

Posted

On the Ellsworth Ranch and Desert Diamond Park housing construction: As you are aware this subdivision is in process.

My concern to date is the destruction of the 100-year-old trees and animals — eagles, owls, etc. — that are being displaced by the ripping out of vegetation in this oddly shaped refuge.

It is sad to see the bulldozer destruction to this area.

Why, oh why, can’t Taylor Morrison donate this weird section of land to the Desert Diamond Park and save the trees and animals?

Bulldozers are ripping it out and destroying the land as I speak.

Editor’s note: Christine Roland is a resident of Queen Creek.

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