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I understand the nature of public meetings, but at some point professionals should pull together some of this information and decide what works to handle growth. Come up with several scenarios, but just don't shirk it off becasue it's too hard. Model several senarios and explain the pro's and con's like I do with clients and their homes.
Let them pick the best one based on realistic constraints rather than just fixating on one thing in splendid isolation of all the others. I'm no Baron Von Hausman, or worse yet, a Robert Moses, but at some point DC's planners need to step up and give us the smartest growth scenarios and stop letting naysayers hog the band width.

by Thayer-D on Nov 27, 2012 7:24 am • linkreport

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