He means a street, that serves as a "barrier " or point of entry to either the "good side " or the "bad side ". You know, "those people " live over there on "that side " of Dublin or Hilliard, where "section 8" is accommodating for their "income level ".<quoted text>
Perhaps you would care to explain the BIG difference.
Something in the water, perhaps?
Like how. Nelson rd. Separates BEXLEY from. Columbus's EASTGATE community. Never mind that EastGate has some of Columbus's well known black Doctors and Attorneys (in the 60' 70' & 80's) but it's not like BEXLEY, ya know (wink). Same styles in housing design, but ,well, ahh the "market value " is not up to par with ahh, BEXLEY.
And, ahh, potential "valued customers " looking for housing want to live in "authentic " high market communities.
Like, Berwick community looks down on Berwyn, and they're one street divided. But you see, the "important " blacks, like Mayor Coleman and Archie Griffin, lived in Berwick at one time. Same houses in both communities, but Berwick holds higher value. Isn't that right, Bunker!?