Letters to the Editor

Developers are like parasites

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It’s unfortunate what they will do to rural Penryn. They did the same thing in Lincoln in the 1990s. The surrounding area there was full of grazing cattle on beautiful, green fields. No more. Now, you have houses and cars and problems. This wouldn’t happen in other parts of the world because they understand the importance of nature. Developers are like parasites, once they are finished destroying your rural landscape, they go somewhere else because it’s all about profit and a society that doesn’t care about its history or culture. Once you replace nature with development, you’ve destroyed your natural inheritance, which can never be revived. You’ve destroyed yourselves from within. Allen Cassidy, Auburn