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I am on the Chevy Chase listserve, and I responded on it to the post referenced here with the observation that I, a pro-update speaker at the meeting, am over 30 and a homeowner. The person who posted the message referenced in the article decided to contact me off-list about this to try to continue to make the same point she made originally, calling me an "outlier."

I find the notions that there is a minimum age at which one's views on public issues become valid, or that only property owners should have a say in the future of the city, or that neighborhoods should be frozen in amber, bizarre and wrong.

by Linda McIntyre on Jan 10, 2013 4:51 pm • linkreport

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