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Re: “A Lesson for Progressives

Our fundamental disagreement seems to be that you are maintaining that virtually all existing parcels zoned residential are already built out. I am contending, and I believe the evidence shows to the contrary, otherwise. As I said above, there are thousands and thousands of forested residential parcels, unbuilt on, waiting to be bought and developed (hopefully sensibly - that's what the code is for). That was what I did, after having lived in rural Humboldt for twelve years. Yes, that community had many residential parcels already built on, but more still, vacant and available. Yeah, I had to do a bit of digging, but not much, and anyway, that's part of the game. And, may I point out, I was a rookie developer. I still have a couple more vacant parcels that I discovered in my search that I'm hoping to perhaps do the same thing on, perhaps sometime in the future.

I recognize that Southern Humboldt is a bit different, with perhaps fewer of these overall still undeveloped, and a higher ratio of TPZs overall. But, nobody said it was gonna be a TPZ free-for-all forever. That's what the limited nature of zoning is all about, and I say: God bless it.

Posted by handier on 11/07/2010 at 10:57 AM

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