Leaders seek public input
Lawmakers trying to broker a deal on the future of a vast tract of undeveloped state land between the county's two biggest boroughs said they will use an open house next week to gauge public sentiment on their work.
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#1 Jan 31, 2010
I am continually saddened that this County, State and Nation is unable to begin debate on sustainable population levels and a no growth economy that is sustainable. Growth, in any form, is slowly killing us, and the hold that developers, builders and polititians have on the people is very powerful. I won't waist my time going to a "public input " meeting when it is simply being held as a matter of record. When does this behavior stop !
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