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I lived in a carriage house (that I owned) on Capitol Hill from 1998-2003. The carriage house in many ways resembled what I understand ADUs will look like. I have to say, the opponent's fears are well founded. Since my wife and I bought and moved to a regular, I present no danger to children. But back when I lived in the carriage house, I, and all my carriage house neighbors, were a real threat to children. The seemingly sweet retired couple that lived next door were particularly dangerous: I once saw them beat up a group of kindergarten students. I understand that as part of their punishment, the judge made them move out of their carriage house and into a regular house. The judge was brilliant. They immediately lost their urge to beat up young children. I was not as much of a danger to children as my retired neighbors, but I think it is because I owned my carriage house and they rented theirs. It was clearly the combination of living in a carriage house and renting it that drove them to such extreme violence against children....

by rg on Jan 10, 2013 5:14 pm • linkreport

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