Comment 78895

By Pxtl (registered) - website | Posted June 25, 2012 at 10:15:53 in reply to Comment 78867

However both are scared away by the rampant presence of low income earners and a swath of people who are utilizing the social safety net to it's fullest, because those social services are clustered in the core instead of fairly distributed throughout the city. Also property values that are overinflated in the core, simply by merit of being in a city core.

If only there were some kind of rule keeping those kinds of facilities further apart. Just go by raw distance between them - by radius to determine how much they must be separated. A "radial separation law", if you will.

Wait... nevermind.

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