I keep hearing our Mayor, City Councilors and planners say that they want to protect the low-density of the neighborhoods. Or, they have avoided up-zoning neighborhoods. I wonder if this is supposed to be an achievement, or is it a warning about what might come?
Some people wish Portland was less popular with the young people who flock here. Upzoning ought to keep people away. Especially the majority who see a single family home on their own lot as their preferred lifestyle.
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Portland, Thy Name Is Density