Robin Deaton lives down the block from the wooded, 117-acre site proposed for a Houston Astros baseball complex. Her two children attend schools along the proposed approach to the stadium and 12 spring-training fields.
So at the Nov. 7 city council meeting, when someone suggested the project would impact only 5 percent of the city’s residents, she said, “that got me fired up to go around and get petitions signed” opposing the project.
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