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A lot of controversy to try and get some changes in upper northwest and far southeast low-residential neighborhoods.

Bringing density levels in R-4 and R-5 up to modern times is much more needed. Instead OP's chosen to pick it's fight on something that really doesn't matter much.

Of course more than a few of these folks live in 3K sq' townhouses in R-4 and R-5 neighborhoods.

by Tom Coumaris on Dec 7, 2012 11:54 pm • linkreport

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