So, growth could be good and growth could come with ramifications. A business that goes through the process should go through extra hoops and kill predictability because the community might want a park. Brilliant.......oh, I mean pandering!
Interesting...oh, I mean mean-spirited post!I think Anthony was trying to get some input from readers of the site. The concern is that our elected officials, who unquestionably have more data than any citizen (or challenger), have done nothing more than say "I am looking forward to the new Wegmans...they have really good subs." Meanwhile there are traffic impact surveys and studies of the economic landscape that never make it out in their monthly newsletters, which are barely worth the html they're written on."Pandering", now that cracks me up, especially if this is a Calvin Ball supporter.
Noticed you chose not to make a post on Anthony's site. You afraid of giving him an opportunity to respond?
Oh come on anon 3am. No one in Columbia HAS a plan, except a plan to wring maximum campaign money from those who receive the favorable decisions.Jordan is trying to formulate a plan by involving the community. That is a far cry better than vascillating between the don't-exhaust-me-with-the-need-for-objectivity pretense and outright arrogantly seldom interacting with community.