I45Tex wrote:Yes, I'm encouraged by Masinter's investment in the neighborhood. It's not my neighborhood, but the NIMBYs who were overacting this drama (e.g. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iJp4THVsVe0 ) were the same ones who voted down a DART station there. Taxpayers may feel like they are naturally the owners of their neighborhood, and like all existing city infrastructure in that neighborhood exists purely to serve their current preferences, but that's a limited-admissions bubble that existing property taxes don't cover.
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