Will Sho-Deen benefit Delavan Township, or ruin it?
With the decision last week to delay a vote on the Sho-Deen residential development in the town of Delavan until after the election April 3, the issue is now a full-blown campaign topic.
Few argue that Jackson Creek, a residential development project proposed by Sho-Deen Development, would dramatically transform Delavan Township and its neighboring communities.
The latest plan proposes 3,357 single-family homes and 1,411 multi-family units on roughly 2,000 acres of land surrounding the Delavan Lake inlet.
The question becomes, is that good or bad?
Town of Delavan supervisor Larry Malsch lays out his perspective below as a companion to his letter to the editor in the March 18 edition of the Week.
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