Thanks to overwhelming support from Penfield voters on February 27, 2018, the "Save Shadow Pines" campaign was an amazing success.
The townspeople saved a jewel of open space in the heart of Penfield from residential development and now we all own the 212 acres of Shadow Pines, along with the historic Clark House, its barns, and ancillary buildings!
The Save Shadow Pines citizens group led the effort to preserve this area and once it was "saved," we renamed the group "Friends of Shadow Pines." As friends, we will continue to advocate for preservation of Shadow Pines as natural open space and we will help to organize projects to maintain and improve Shadow Pines. We'd love to have you join us.
A Brief History of Shadow Pines
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Here's a link to important documents.
These provide information about the status of Shadow Pines, including the Final Report of the Moratorium Committee and communications from Supervisor LaFountain since then.