Urban Growth/Sprawl

Urban Growth/Sprawl

When you decide to step forward for election, many (and various) engaged individuals and groups start to seek out your opinions and perspectives on topics of interest to them -- everything from urban growth/densification, to urban agriculture, to P3s, to downtown revitalization, to homelessness issues, to secondary education -- they simply want to "get to know you," ask you some tough questions, see what you really stand for, if you're prepared to put your money where your mouth is.


I applaud each and every group or individual who takes it upon themselves to be so engaged (we need more of this!). 


Someone asked me about urban development/sprawl.  


I invite you to read my responses to their survey.  This is a multi-layered, complex, and important issue.