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. . . [A]s a general rule, they should let people live in their homes as they like, since they do it anyway.
I think this is a good point. There was a huge fire in a house on my block the other week, and the fire department said that when they got there they discovered that the house was subdivided into three units, one of which was a salon. It seems like even my neighbors who are afraid of this change would find it preferable to houses being divided in crazy, unsafe ways outside of any system. It's not like inspectors are going to discover most of these until something bad happens, so why not be proactive and see that it's done in a safe way?

by Gray's The Classics on Dec 7, 2012 5:20 pm • linkreport

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