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These all sound like modern ideas that will create a more modern city. The problem here is that opening residential areas to second rental families in every house and accessory structure and corners to commercial use is a drastic change from where we are now and easily could ruin neighborhoods seen as idyllic for generations such as AU Park or Forrest Hills. More transients, convenience stores, sewage, and vehicles will make AU Park and places like it more like Petworth or Mount Vernon. This may mean even more money for the bottomless pit called DC (budget now nearing 12 billion?) but it will make these precious neighborhoods unrecognizable. Is this good? No way.

by Andrew on Jan 8, 2013 5:36 am • linkreport

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