June 4, 2008 | 12:00 a.m. CDT
Parker Naylor walks around his property on I-70 Drive N.E., in Columbia, Mo., Wednesday, June 4, 2008. He envisions his property to be a commercially developed area in a decade. A little north of his property is a site for a new high school. Before the area is developed and more people to come around, he wants to make sure all parts of his property are in good shape. He has been watching a healthy red hawk died suddenly, a stumbling deer, and a lot of mosquitoes around the area where a thousand of 3-decade-old tires have been dumped.