Readers speak out on promoting Smart Growth
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#1 Dec 15, 2008
Renovate the cesspool that is Baltimore City. Revitalize the former population centers instead of sprawling and destroying nature.
#2 Dec 15, 2008
My experience is that most of the Sun's readers are suburban.
"New-Urbanisim" clearly points the way, but most only want their isolation.
#3 Dec 15, 2008
Let's figure this out. The Sun is behind O'Malley and Dixon no matter what cost. While it could show the obvious flaws in their environmental policy it doesn't. The paper is not locally owned and only has financial interest in the area. Meaning they don't care about Maryland! They have no idea how the Bay is being effected, sprawl is out of control, or do they care. Even though they are claiming are Bankrupt, they refuse to sell off profitable media, like the Sun, to willing and able buyers.
BRING THE SUN BACK HOME! Make it Great Again!
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