It is amazing how quickly people jump to conclusions about the information provided on an application. Do you not regularly put your personal information on various "surveys" or "questionaires" to be entered to win a "prize." It's marketing 101. As far as the picture, I appreciate the team at Mixson getting to know their members by associating a name to a face. I am in aggreement that the communication amongst membership staff and applicants could improve. However, we should all get back to basics. If you have an issue, take it up with Jamestown or the Mixson staff personally. It is unfortunate that some hide behind an anonymous comment to say what they are afraid to say in person. What I see is a developer that has put their faith in our wonderful community. Mixson has been responsible for most of the press that Park Circle has recieved in recent years. As a home owner and proud PC resident, I appreciate their hard work and dedication to our neighborhood. Let's be real, not everything is going to please everyone. Let's just keep in mind that these additions to our neighborhood create jobs for a lot of people. Take a drive down Mixson avenue. There are hundreds of men and women that are benefitting from these projects. If you don't like Mixson, don't go. Simple as that.
I stumbled upon these reviews while looking for a place to eat breakfast. I am AMAZED that someone (Springs) has the time, and clearly so few other interests, to write such a novel about ranch dressing. REALLY? You would be such an asset to our world if you could channel that passion for something that actual matters.
PS...regardless of your experience, how is the servers married life relevant in any way?
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