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February 25, 2018

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David

One additional note on concerns shared at the workshop: Many residents with children and/or grandchildren worry how those kids will be able to afford to live in the community in which they grew up. A lot of people who are renting and some homeowners are not sure how long they’ll be able afford to live here. Many local businesses (not to mention schools and city government) struggle to find employees and pay them enough so that they don’t lose them to horrendous commutes and opportunities elsewhere.

Becca

Thank you David for the summary.

hollyroller

Holy Cow Joe,
Looks like another topic that no one cares about.
There sure are a lot of those on the BV these days.

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