By Chris Coppola | The Republic
Charlene Cashatt lives 200 feet south of Main Street near Stapley Drive in Mesa.
It’s the same house she has resided in since 1959. For years, her late husband operated an auto repair business adjacent to the home. She likes the area and has no intention of moving. But lately something has changed in the area, where Main Street is lined with older commercial properties and many nearby neighborhoods were built in the 1960s or earlier.
“I’ve been getting mail every couple of weeks from people wanting to buy my property,” she told The Republic. “I don’t want to sell it.”