Bad Neighborhood Plans, Part Three
Well, the neighborhood that destroyed light rail's chances in 2000 ("yes, we moved next to an active railroad; but NO, we don't think we should live with light-rail for the benefit of the city") has finished their neighborhood plan.
Big surprise: Calls for a drop in multifamily development.
Once again, the point of this exercise was supposed to be for neighborhoods to tell the city where they want additional density, NOT to tell the city that they want less density.
This is a city. Grow up, people!