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report print email Source: Editorial: Residents say 28-home development too dense
(13-2) Majority
December 13, 2013 | 07:00 AM

I not sure where the author of this article got the statistic that a (13-2) majority of residents who participated reached a compromise on this development. If I had to guess I would say the City of Milton. Documentation of this "vote" paid for by Milton taxpayers and posted on the city's website reflects the residents who participated in this vote had a very different opinion. The city, however, refuses to acknowledge this fact. Why would the city misrepresent the community members opinions? What better way to justify the approval of this high density development and sewer expansion than to say this is what the community wanted.

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