Ballot endorsement: Issue 11 could help spur a major economic boon
On the May 6 ballot, Aurora residents face perhaps the most important zoning issue which has come along in recent years.
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#1 Apr 26, 2014
Yeah because just what we need is more housing developments and shopping centers that sell the same useless stuff as every other place. All this is going to do is lead to more low paying retail jobs, more traffic congestion, more urbanization, and more crime. Aurora is going down the same path as every other suburb by letting these locust developers come in and tear up every single wooded area in the city, only to move onto the next town. Meanwhile Mayor Benjamin lines her pockets with whatever kick backs and campaign contributions so she can advance her political career.
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