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Posted by Craig on 05:37:00 AM in Current Affairs
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The road to San Francisco is paved with.... But they're wrong about this;
'Compare this with Seattle (another 19th century industrial city that now has a tech economy), which has produced about 3,000 units per year over the same time period (and remember it's starting from a smaller overall population base). While Seattle decided to embrace infill development as a way to save open space at the edge of its region and put more people in neighborhoods where they could walk, San Francisco decided to push regional population growth somewhere else.'
Seattle is headed for the same place as SF. It's just a little slower. There is a mayoral election coming up in which the choice is between Mussolini-light (the incumbent, Mike McGinn) and Mussolini-light-in-the loafers (state senator Ed Murray. Bruce Ramsay sums it up;
I.e., almost no hope.
Patrick R. Sullivan |
October 30, 2013 at 10:17 AM
Pelosi likes her constituents living like pigs in a poke.
November 02, 2013 at 05:32 PM
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