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Continued: What if it does happen in your back yard?

  • Article by: LORI STURDEVANT , Star Tribune
  • Last update: November 30, 2013 - 4:55 PM

“We’ve changed the thinking about who is our neighbor,” Blons said.

One more idea needs selling, City Council Member Goodman says: “There shouldn’t be an expectation that the city is static. For the city to do better, we need to grow, and growth has to go somewhere. If you want to live somewhere where there’s no change, you ought to be in suburbia surrounded by people just like you. If you are in a living, breathing city, you have to expect change.”

 

Lori Sturdevant is a Star Tribune editorial writer and columnist. She is at lsturdevant@startribune.com.

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