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Thayer-D. That conversation should have happened for a couple years after the Comp. Plan was approved, to reiterate-reify the consensus derived from the Plan. That was never done. Instead, after most people involved in the Comp. Plan, they jumped into the zoning rewrite, still not building a consensus for change. (Not unlike the same problems in Montgomery County around their new Growth Policy and the subsequent update). Plus those of us with planning fatigue just couldn't keep up with involvement in the rewrite.

DK if you are a professional planner, I doubt it, because what you suggest is a guarantee to totally f* the process up so that it would never move forward. In every meeting, all people would do is discuss the height limit, and never get to the other substantive issues.

by Richard Layman on Nov 26, 2012 11:15 pm • linkreport

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