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Judge declares deed restrictions unenforceable for Sunshine, National corner 

Posted 6/17/24

Judge Derek Ankrom issues ruling that clears one barrier to commercial development by BK&M in University Heights neighborhood. 

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If enough of us disagree with judge Ankrom, we should vote against him when and if he comes up for re-election. I am very tired of center city being rezoned for commercial use. The McDonalds on S National neighboring Price Cutter tore down a house to put in a restaurant. I was on Council at the time and voted against it. I knew I would be picking up trash in my yard as long as they stay in business. I was correct! Each week I pick up trash around our front property and my Husband picks up the back property. It is nearly all food wrappers from McDonalds, Price Cutter, and Sonic. The closest Sonic is about 2 miles from my house. We love Springfield and chose to move here and raise our family. But the free flowing trash around our homes and businesses is disgusting. Our community has always been opposed to city trash service but I still miss Mobile, Al. and their city provided trash pick up 2 times a week and grass, limbs, brush pick up 1 every week. I feel sorry for University Heights. They will need to clean up every day.

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