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Submitted by Bill Whitley (not verified) on Wed, 02/27/2008 - 11:00am.
Mr. Merritt only sees the profit motive by advocating unrestrained developement. Greater density means greater profit especially when the tax payers are stuck with the infrastructure cost. Since the 90's when the politicians allowed 1/4 acre developement, we have seen the degradation of the coastal enviroment, water quality, road congestion, over crowded schools and the general " New Jerseyfication" of the Wilmington area. I say enough. At the very least our city should require downtown developers to provide parking for their structures. Height restrictions also would preserve the unique historic atomosphere we enjoy downtown.
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