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They'd be crazy not to get behind smart growth. It would do wonders for seniors if we had a lot more smart growth. Anyone who's been to the Plaza's of Espagna or the Piazza's of Italy can see the elderly lounging their day's away in the familiar company of thier community. The kids kicking the soccer ball against the church wall, the young adults strutting in front of eachother in cafes, it's all there.

Moco is in the process of planning a 10-11 story affordable apartment building right behind the new Silver Spring Library (just starting construction) and right down the street from Veterans Plaza. Best move ever. The elderly watching over the young'uns, everybody vibing off eachother instead of friending eachother through a computer screen.

by Thayer-D on Dec 19, 2012 2:28 pm • linkreport

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