How Do You Feel About the Growth in the Area?

Opus

Silver Member
#81
Good points except for the salary. That is the norm for the Dallas area. If they want to get teachers they will have to pay.
 
#82
We moved out of Frisco several years ago. Every time I'm back in Frisco, I'm so happy we did. I loved Frisco, but it was getting way too congested back then and now some of those roads are impassable. I can't even imagine what it will be like in 5-10 years.
 
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#84
We moved out of Frisco several years ago. Every time I'm back in Frisco, I'm so happy we did. I loved Frisco, but it was getting way to congested back then and now some of those roads are impassable. I can't even imagine what it will be like in 5-10 years.
When I travel outside of Frisco I am so happy to be back in it.

Prime example you go down El Dorado, Main St, etc and as soon as you cross into McKinney the street go from 6 lanes to 4 lanes, it all crowded.

Same thing as taking El Dorado to Little Elm, as soon as you cross 423? Eldorado goes back to 4 lanes and traffic nightmares.

Any time I arrive back in Frisco I am happy to be back in a well planned and developed city.

Go take you a drive and spend a few hours in ghetto cities like Irving or Garland, you want to talk about cities in decay. Or go to Dallas it becomes more and more of a Chithole as the years pass.

I am a big fan of Frisco, the city is well kept and clean and safe.
 

Opus

Silver Member
#85
El Dorado is 6 lanes thru Little Elm except for the small stretch from Walker Road to Little Elm Pkwy. That is the fault of the Great State of Texas since they felt the 4 lanes was adequate (ie to cheap to pay for it) when they made El Dorado 6 lanes.
 
#86
El Dorado is 6 lanes thru Little Elm except for the small stretch from Walker Road to Little Elm Pkwy. That is the fault of the Great State of Texas since they felt the 4 lanes was adequate (ie to cheap to pay for it) when they made El Dorado 6 lanes.
Must be new construction, Little Elm traffic has been horrible for almost 20 years
 
#87
Obviously it's a good thing for Texas, Dallas and Collin County that all the development is happening. I get that.

How do you feel about it personally? How will it impact your lives? I am thinking it might be awful crowded, wondering if heading south into the established areas of North Dallas, Richardson, Carrollton might be a good option. Our house values here have soared but so have those down that way too.

What will Frisco look like in 5 or 10 years? Schools impacted? Quality of life?
It would be nice if the growth was organic, it used to be - but not anymore. Today growth is planted, fertilized and farmed. I believe this forced growth and diversity will go down as the greatest crime against humanity the world has ever known. Think about it for a moment. If we still had homogeneous societies we wouldn't: -Have Nightmare Security at the Airports -Have Militarized Police -Have to Commute an Hour in Traffic -Have Hate Speech Laws -Have "identity politics" -So on & So Forth. It's a myth to believe that when we had homogeneous communities, we had no problems. We did. But they were our own problems. Now, we have taken-up the world's problems, and neglected our own. Out-Group-Preferences are the demise of any people.
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