Seattle Times Op-Ed on SLU rezone


A tidbit:

Imagine a neighborhood where thousands of people live, work and play. Imagine a residential avenue with apartments and condos that is safe for walking and riding bicycles. Imagine neighbors of different cultures and backgrounds from around the world striking up conversations in a corner coffee shop that leads to a new IPO, a new cure, a new book or a new lifelong friendship. Imagine a place where families live and can walk down the street to take their kids to school and the local park.

Read the rest here.

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