Woods Road. As you all know, I'm not happy about the Dollar General that backs up to
my property. I want to say I talked to the gentleman that was sitting in his seat. I don't
remember his name, and he gave me a list of all the people that were supposed to
approve this being rezoned. Well, I went and did some foot walking, and half the people I
seen said that they never received anything on it being rezoned that lived there in 2013,
which I lived there, and I didn't get anything. There are some people back here, too, that
said that they never received any. So a little funny stuff, it seemed like, in my head is
going on. The other thing is Dollar General -- well, let me back up. There's a sign posted
right down on the property. It states -- there's a number on there, but it has no date and
no information. It's just saying a hearing, and it has no date and no information about
when it is, and it has a phone number. I called this phone number seven times, never got
a return call back, and there's some other people back there that called it, too. And it's a
Ms. Henry -- the last name is Henry, but nobody returned nobody's calls. Now, the Dollar
General, I just talked to Dollar General about a week ago because I haven't heard from
them, and I didn't want to get caught with the ball -- dropping the ball on my end, so I
called, and I was informed that they were supposed to have started notifying us about
what they want -- our concerns. And it just so happened when I was talking to them, the
realtor guy calls him. So we finally started getting calls just in the past week. I concern
-- I confessed my concerns with the Dollar General and my property. Now, I understand
that it's been approved for an eight-foot fence; is that right? Am I right on that?
MR. KELLEY: Yes. There's an eight-foot fence on this plan.
MR. KEMP: Okay. Well, one of my concerns was I looked at it, talked to my lawyer
about it. Eight foot ain't really too tall. I wanted a ten-foot fence -- vinyl fence that goes
the distance on my property, and backs up to my shed, you know, my shop there, you
know. That's what I wanted, because I don't want to have nothing to do with Dollar
General. I've got a beautiful backyard, you know, and stuff. And my kids and the
grandkids love it. The other thing is the traffic. He just mentioned they're putting a
sidewalk in, and this fencing is supposed to stop people from cutting through. Well, they
-- if everybody's yard is not fenced off, we're going to get people cutting through because
all of the condos, the houses are back there, you know, be on that side street in the back
of the store where the store is going. So I want to make sure that my property is totally
closed off from anybody's cutting through, you know. And I'm at the -- I'm on the Lake of
the Woods Road side, you know, and the back of it -- the whole side of the store backs
up to my property. I was told to play chess, and I never played chess before, but I played
it like I was playing checkers. Thank you.
MS. LOE: Thank you. Any questions for this speaker? Commissioner Carroll?
MS. CARROLL: I wanted to get an idea. Is it the site plan in particular that you have
problems with, or is it the use, or is it both?