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First, I wish the folks from Ward 3 who oppose this would save their comments for the Ward 3 OP meeting, rather than flooding other neighborhoods meetings and monopolizing our time with this process.

Second, almost all of the complaints around the zoning rewrite center around parking:

-parking minimums
-transit zones and parking
-ADUs and renters parking

If DDOT could address the parking issue, the rest of us could move on with the rewrite without it being so focused on cars and parking.

by William on Dec 11, 2012 3:18 pm • linkreport

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