Comment 110187

By jason (registered) | Posted March 13, 2015 at 08:51:02 in reply to Comment 110184

To me the real key is what reasons exist for opposition. Based on the recap of the meeting it sounds like staff easily addressed any reasons given to oppose this.

Sorry, but this isn't an election. Educated professionals clearly showed that the perceived problems aren't actual problems at all. We don't hold up progress because some people don't like change.

Residents on the lake opposed the waterfront trail construction along the beach, and now all of them agree its one of the best things to ever happen there.

It' not necessary to convince everyone to agree before we make a change. It is necessary to address all concerns and allow people to be heard.
If they want to bury their heads in the sand and ignore the professional answers they were given, thats up to them. But it shouldn't halt progress.

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