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I'm still not following that reasoning: Eliminating the minimum parking requirement does not mean that we won't still build parking. We will. I'll bet we'll build lots of it.

Well, I don't have a problem with eliminating the parking minimum city-wide. In fact, I encourage it (I think someone above stated that I see driving as a "good thing", despite the fact that I don't even own a car nor have any desire to own one). But I think you have to be sensitive to the needs of the community instead of a slave to the market. Maybe a good first step to eliminating the parking minimum is lowering it.

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