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Michael Moore

Bill Reed seems to ignore that it is social welfare, if the city and the PDC are putting resources behind the eco-district initiative. The question is will it be more social welfare for the relatively affluent, like much of transit-oriented development has been, or will it benefit people more equitably?


I'm wondering why the North Pearl wasn't considered as one of the eco-districts? It has been certified as a LEED ND (neighborhood) Platinum Plan. With the legwork Hoyt Street has done it seems far ahead of the other districts listed.

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