There is a woman at Daybreak protesting. She has a sign that says:
Daybreak Dream a Nightmare
Apparently, her complaints are with Kennecott Land and the Daybreak Homeowners Association:
The resident is a long-time Daybreak resident who lives in Founders. She has been an avid proponent of Daybreak but has many examples of KL and HOA failures to live up to their advertising, promises and obligations. A quick conversation with her was enlightening. She does not seem to be one who just has an axe to grind but someone who sees what needs to be fixed to keep our community great and some suggestions about how to fix them.
After living in Sugarhouse for the last six years, all of these complaints seem superfluous.
Are you paying $1080 a month for 823 square feet?
Is your house so old that the drains don’t drain, the power breakers pop if you run the microwave and the toaster at the same time or the colony of mice living in your basement are impossible to exterminate?
Have you had panhandlers knock on your door asking for money?
Have you dealt with boarded up windows and waist-high weeds at the two vacant houses on your street?
Has a stranger been apprehended and arrested by the police in your backyard?
Daybreak is HEAVEN compared to some of the issues in other neighborhoods, even prestigious ones like Sugarhouse. If the Daybreak Dream is a NIGHTMARE, I think you need to learn the correct definition of nightmare and move downtown for a while. You’ll come back to South Jordan with a whole new perspective.