Capital LTE: “Crystal Spring Developers seeking deposits for units that don’t exist”

Seniors have been receiving invitations from the National Lutheran sales team inviting us to lunch to hear about “the exciting new plans” for the development of The Village at Providence Point. The purpose is to convince us to put down a down payment of $1,000 for a priority to choose a unit in this project read on >

Capital LTE: “The ‘first’ in Providence Point”

“This is what FIRST feels like,” proclaimed the full-page ad promoting Providence Point, an environmentally damaging and congestion-producing retirement community once known as Crystal Spring (The Capital, Oct. 13). Do they mean first to feel what it is like to watch as towering trees are felled in the old-growth forest where the Lutheran church wants read on >