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Re: “Infill: New growth ousts old charm

Also, I have "some food for thought", shall we say?(That is, if anyone will still be reading this thread on this issue) ---- What the heck is the point in living in a "charming, quaint, old neighborhood, when its residents are in disharmony and fighting one another?" If in accomplishing the goals of "quaint set" (those who may be channeling their envy, besides showcasing some real and legitimate concerns), neighbors become in a constant state of strife and disharmony, no laws addressing the topographical and geographical concerns of these folks, will bring them the psychological, and emotional perks of living in such neighborhoods. So the all thing will be a contrived facade of charm, and not a real community of communitarian spirit and charming old-fashioned live-and-let-live, liberal, and open way of living. Both "factions" are missing the point, but none more than the one wishing to preserve the old ways. But will anyone here have the emotional and psychological maturity to admit this? Not many, I am quite certain!!!

Posted by Hannah on 07/07/2008 at 4:54 PM

Re: “Infill: New growth ousts old charm

I think it is unwise in so far as timing for us to be now concerned with overbuilding -- particularly since we are inching towards a SOFT DEPRESSION (if we are lucky; I actually do not think we will be) and property values are coming down and will continue doing so to a great degree!!! The time to have cared about the issue was 2 years ago; now, it would be, actually, fortuitous to have property values increased or maintained due to overbuilt homes!!!!

Posted by Hannah on 07/07/2008 at 10:39 AM

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