Wednesday, October 21, 2009


The Daily Reporter's dismissive title, KK River project siphons from city tax base, misrepresents the beneficial investment opportunity for improving the habitability, sense of place, and aesthetics of the river. Not to mention the general cleanliness of the water and positive environmental impact.

This project would improve overall values by razing the floodplain homes, allowing this land to revert to its natural state, whilst simultaneously increasing the value of the property adjacent to this land, but that is unaffected by the possibility of flood water.

Infrastructure matters. It is the city.

These are the long-term investments that reap rewards for generations.

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