NORTH PORT — Plummeting property values, disease, flocks of birds feasting on garbage. These were some of the concerns of roughly 150 people, mostly residents of the Bobcat Village, Lakeside Plantation and Cypress Falls communities, who fear that a proposed recycling and trash transfer station will destroy their way of life.
They turned out Tuesday at the Cypress Falls clubhouse to voice those worries and learn more about a project they said the city has not done a good job of promoting. It gave people like Sonny Meleca, a Lakeside Plantation homeowner, the chance to get a better handle on what was happening.
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