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Nice piece. Certainly better than the one to which it responds.

Part of the problem is that those who are opposed to the proposal to remove parking minimums equate it with removing parking. No matter how hard anyone tries, these opponents are either too hardheaded or willfully misleading in an attempt to garner support.

Ultimately, cities are about people, not cars, and I, for one, am thankful that our leadership from Mayor Grey, Harriet Tregoning and several Councilmembers are firmly in this camp.

I would like to see strong statements from all of the At-Large candidates on this issue as well.

by William on Feb 14, 2013 3:13 pm • linkreport

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