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Are you guys moderating the comments/first-time comments for this one? My popcorn is all ready to go and there's not a SINGLE crazy rant yet!

Do I need to start them by pointing out that it's far more of an intrusion into personal property rights to be told exactly how many parking spots one must/can have or how far their home must be set back from both the street and the rear property line than for the government to say "we're flexible - got a few basic rules, but we can make exceptions - show us what you got..."

by Ms. D on Dec 18, 2012 1:48 pm • linkreport

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