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At its essence, the issue is whether two of the most advantaged neighborhoods in the region have the right to insulate themselves from inconvenience at the expense of every taxpayer in the county, or to foist their problems on less-advantaged neighborhoods.
I’d argue that it’s our turn to take the bullet.
Adam Platt, a resident of the Kenwood neighborhood of Minneapolis, is executive editor of Twin Cities Business magazine.
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