Uther wrote:I think Lantana residents should keep in mind that they usually frown on non-Lantana residents attending Lantnaa events. Not that I want to prevent/discourage you from having your stuff shredded, but more that you and others think about the appearance of keeping your events residents-only.
Uther wrote:Everything in this area has become OVERCROWDED since Lantana opened. Our roads are a mess, huge swathes of countryside has been torn up for shopping and other amenities that I'd have been as happy as before if they had never been here.
Uther wrote:No Al, I was here long before.
Uther wrote:Why should I move?
Uther wrote:I think that is a part of the rudeness and callousness of new people moving in and then telling older residents to "move if you don't like it."
Uther wrote:The thing is, imagine living in a neighborhood end everyone throwing parties, and inviting all the neighbors. After a few years, it becomes clear that one of the neighbors also throw parties, but never invite the neighbors to theirs. The reason? "Our house is too small." Do you think it morally correct that the neighbors who never reciprocate with their neighbors should continue to go to/or be invited to the other neighborhood parties? Sounds like leeching or mooching to me.
Uther wrote:If Lantana can't sometimes put on events that they can invite neighboring communities to, then for the same reasons they should not attend neighboring community events.
Common Sense Al wrote:I disagree. If Lantana residents are invited, then why shouldn't they attend if they want to? If a city or town wants to have a "private" event, then that's their choice and I don't have an issue with it.
Rosemary wrote:I don't believe it's a "private" event. It's the Mail Store at the Bartonville Town Center, and probably not the Town of Bartonville.
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