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@ Alf. We agree completely on the need to revamp the RPP process. I wish our new Council Chairman had embraced doing that, but he voted against limiting RPPs based on the vague idea to "let the market decide." Not sure what he meant there. He still has to prove to me he is in the camp of Smart Growth.

Yet, most of those who are against the parking minimums do not live near these areas. They complain about what the impact will be to those who do, but have no dog in the hunt except to keep those streets free for when they want to park. I would wager that most of the grumbler you were hanging with this past Saturday were in this camp.

by fongfong on Dec 11, 2012 2:55 pm • linkreport

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