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- Interesting to read to read the responses.Some of the same old tired accusations are emerging: only developers give money to successful fundraisers; if you are pro-business, you must be anti-neighborhood. I for one am a neighbor who has a business and helps to generate revenue for the city. I want my neighborhood to be healthy and I don't want my taxes to be raised to cover the nut. I want to bring and encourage people to open businesses in the city so my neighbors can work, too. And so the City's revenue grows without raising taxes on it's citizens. Those are the options folks. We all feel the pinch when anti-growth, anti-business attitudes succeed with their controlling scare tactics.
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