SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. - Bikers and joggers, along the popular Seminole Wekiva
Trail could soon have dozens of homes, instead of their scenic view.
Brenda Olson puts in more than 100 miles a week on her bike and uses the Seminole Wekiva Trail along a pasture to do it.
She said she's grown to appreciate the wildlife she sees on the trail.
"I hope they keep it like this," Olson said.
Developer Taylor Morrison bought more than 100 acres of property on Lake Mary Boulevard.
Among the shops, eateries and other homes it's one of a few areas left
However, even though people said they're sad to see it go, others said they'd consider moving into one of the homes.
Eyewitness News asked executives if they plan to preserve the greenery Olson loves. They