Chance Hobbs, a partner in VCD, hopes to build Moon Valley Apartments in this 2.7-acre empty lot. Many residents of the neighboring Pinewood Lake subdivision behind him oppose the project. “They are saying, ‘Not in our backyard,’ ” Hobbs said. “If I moved the project to a 9-acre lot another 200 yards down the road, they wouldn’t care.”
Chance Hobbs, a partner in VCD, hopes to build Moon Valley Apartments in this 2.7-acre empty lot. Many residents of the neighboring Pinewood Lake subdivision behind him oppose the project. “They are saying, ‘Not in our backyard,’ ” Hobbs said. “If I moved the project to a 9-acre lot another 200 yards down the road, they wouldn’t care.” Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Chance Hobbs, a partner in VCD, hopes to build Moon Valley Apartments in this 2.7-acre empty lot. Many residents of the neighboring Pinewood Lake subdivision behind him oppose the project. “They are saying, ‘Not in our backyard,’ ” Hobbs said. “If I moved the project to a 9-acre lot another 200 yards down the road, they wouldn’t care.” Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

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