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Last week we told you about The Knolls of Solana, Westlake's newest neighborhood that's set to break ground today. In that piece, we talked about the history of the Knolls project as well as the extensive conservation efforts that are in place to maintain as much of the natural beauty of the land as possible. We also discussed the temporary changes that may occur to the nearby trail system during the construction process. In case you missed it, you can read more about it here.
Next, we want to talk about the potential impact this project may have on local wildlife. Town Staff wants to make you’re aware that some animals will be displaced and could find their way into your neighborhoods.
If that does happen, here’s what we recommend:
Animal services have also provided us with some helpful hints on ways you can reduce the chances of unwanted wildlife making their way into your yards.
If you have any questions or concerns about the project, please feel free to contact Westlake’s Director of Public Works, Jarrod Greenwood at 817-490-5717 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, and Ron Ruthven, Director of Planning & Development at 817-490-5739, or email him at email@example.com.
Town staff is committed to delivering you the highest quality of service possible. We know this project may cause some inconveniences in the coming months, but rest assured, we are doing everything we can to keep these inconveniences at a minimum. As always, thank you for your patience. We’re truly honored to work alongside you in making the Town of Westlake such a special place to live. After all, we are “Distinctive By Design”.
by: Jon Sasser