These backups are now a daily event on Lightfoot Road, where traffic has been unbearable since the Kelton Station apartments were approved in 2019. Developers now hope to fill the cornfield on your right in this video with homes and apartments. They will need the Board of Supervisors’ approval to do so. Fortunately, most of our Supervisors have been listening to our concerns since the Fenton Mill fight.
We will continue to defend the rural nature of our area and oppose medium or high-density development of the Lightfoot area when the proposals arrive.
This is our future unless we all continue to RESIST developers who are in search of quick profit.  High density rewards developers, but area residents are left holding the bag, through traffic jams, crowded schools, and higher taxes.