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I grew up in a neighborhood that had a couple of small factories (light industry) The buildings were completely enclosed, and I did NOT see the people doing their jobs their. Its not like driving through farm country. So I think it probably makes sense to put those uses where they make economic sense, not keep them in central city locations for pedantic purposes. Anyway, its hard to see what the pedantic value of a bus parking lot is - are there kids in DC who have never seen a bus being parked?

by AWalkerInTheCity on Nov 16, 2012 3:19 pm • linkreport

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