I find your (March 24) story about the Frederick-Miller Spring lawsuit utterly biased.
There is not a single word about the environmental impact million-dollar housing will have. It would also have been appropriate to include at least a few interviews with the people who have been picking up water there for years and rely on it.
We know that, with climate change and warming, it has become imperative to protect all access to clean water.
The monetization of nature must stop.
Barbro Goransson, Eden Prairie
Editor’s note: The lawsuit referred to in this letter was dismissed in March against the City of Eden Prairie over the potential construction of homes near Frederick-Miller Spring and the Minnesota River Valley.
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