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It was more than a year ago that Mayor Hales spoke out about the quality of construction shooting up citywide, "I want to reconsider the question of what we are allowing for infill in single-family neighborhoods. What is happening now, in some cases is costing us a lot of public goodwill," he said. "It's a bad bargain."
A year later and with input from residents of 37 neighborhoods and endorsement from 21 neighborhood associations, United Neighborhoods for Reform presents a resolution with answers to the question. We've done the hard work in the year since the mayor himself identified the problem—it's time to move on it.