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Re: E-M:/ High Density Developments to Preserve AgriculturalLand???



Title: Re: E-M:/ High Density Developments to Preserve Agricultural Land???
I advocate high density urban living and I live in a densely populated inner city neighborhood.  But I don't think a hypocrite hunt is really germaine.  Isn't this a conversation that can proceed on the merits of the arguments?  Do we have to know right away who the good guys/bad guys are?



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From: "Rhonda Anderson" <rhonda.anderson@sierraclub.org>
Reply-To: "Rhonda Anderson" <rhonda.anderson@sierraclub.org>
Date: Wed, 23 Apr 2003 16:33:22 -0400
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Subject: RE: E-M:/ High Density Developments to Preserve Agricultural Land???


Good quesiton.  I await the answer.

Peace
Rhonda Anderson
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Subject: Re: E-M:/ High Density Developments to Preserve Agricultural Land???

I'm curious - how many of you that are advocating high density urban living are actually living there?  And how many are living in suburbs or rural places?