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I think that one can debate the merits and demerits of this proposal without raising the race/class bogeyman. There are plenty of reasons to think this could be a positive development for Washington. Let's also acknowledge that some residents who live in single family neighborhoods have concerns about impacts on parking, crowding, noise, light, etc., without (darkly) suggesting that it is about new residents being "pooer and browner." Let's keep the civic discourse civil and on point.

by Alf on Dec 7, 2012 2:22 pm • linkreport

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