Florida: When Density is Destructive | Newgeography.com

Florida: When Density is Destructive | Newgeography.com.

Relevant here also and quoting in part:

 

City halls, so obsessed with petty regulations, would do well to recall their basic functions as protectors of their residents. If there were a “back to basics” movement for government, many ordinances written to benefit the few would be shed, and there would be a refocus of attention back to the public good. The current infatuation with density, like many fashionable ideas, may come and go, but if a multigenerational neighborhood goes, it won’t be replaced in our lifetime.

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