Over in District 2 there is a desert. This desert serves many purposes environmentally, politically and socially. On the social side, the desert separates the Strawberry Festival kids of Village Mill from the aquatically gifted Vikings of Vermack. Many brave youngsters have tried to shortcut it from the Village Mill tennis courts to the Vermack pool, never to be heard from again.
In regards to the environment, the desert serves many purposes. The openness allows for many to get their 'shine on. Haymitch Abernathy (along with his sidekick GRB) is said to hang out here a good bit, until Katniss tracks him down. The stream flowing through the property is not on par with the likes of the Chattahoochee River or the Vernon North Canal, but it is a stream, according to the Government.
Wednesday, December 18, 2013
Vermack Village in the Desert?
Politically the desert is high ground for the District 2 fringe movement. President Snow is reportedly considering beefed up patrols in District 2, the masonry resource for the city.
But the desert and its surroundings are in for a change.
President Snow is in negotiations with local leaders for 52 new homes to be built in the newly-named community of Vermack Village. Key negotiating points are said to center around swim team recruitment, DJ Vermack's alleged retirement, the chimney at the PCID Starbucks, and a proposed underground tunnel to the BP gas station across from Dunkin Donuts. DunwoodyTalk has already secured the timber rights to the property, thus again cornering the market on its newly trademarked DunWOODy line of clocks, bicycles, and baseball bats.
A major concern for the city is that any proposed action at this location may trigger a meeting of the famed Community Council, must see TV for sure. Stay tuned as the property owners will need to overcome hurdles of a
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These 52 new homes are reportedly to be in the $750,000 + range, so a different market than the new homes being built in Georgetown. Hopefully local Government and
Posted by DunwoodyTalk at 5:37 PM