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Well geesh, from reading this you would think the author doesn't actually live in PGC. This is beginning to sound too much like, "everybody did it wrong and now that I'm 5 years in, I'm gonna tell you how wrong it actually was."

I don't get what makes the Landover Mall spot any more "smart growth" than in Woodmore. Neither are w/in walking distance of transit nor are particularly "walkable." Further, how do you plan a Town Center but break it up in parcels? A couple of big box stores here, residential buildings over there..and commercial around the corner, down the beltway, and across the street?

Could the Landover site accomodate bix box, residential and commercial? The Metro Stations? Is it really the lazy approach of city officials that has left Landover Mall languishing?

Yes, areas around metro should be developed. But which one could accommodate the Woodmore Town Centre as planned?

Proverbs? Really? Development decisions in PGC elicits proverbs?

by HogWash on Dec 18, 2012 2:18 pm • linkreport

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