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Steve Fouga

Ms Tarlton does an excellent job of informing her constituents.

This document appears to be bad news for the Island, though I can't say I truly understand it. Apparently the City would have little chance of shifting the sites to the mainland. Seems like I've also seen a recent study showing that only a few locations on the Island even qualify for the scattered sites -- something about needing to place the sites only in relatively affluent neighborhoods with high-income and well-educated residents, like Cedar Lawn and Denver Court. Or maybe I read it wrong.

My suggestion is simply to never build the scattered sites -- obviously not a new idea!


Raymond Lewis

Cheers to Council person Tarlton. On the other hand, the city attorney thinks the public is too ignorant to know anything. She should have been gone.

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