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January 10, 2014


I look forward to your full review!

As for Salem's gridded streetcar neighborhoods, your partner in conversation is exactly right - and they are a great resource in Salem not yet fully appreciated. Some adjustments in zoning may be necessary, however, to permit mixed-use developments at appropriate streetcorners and such.

Just in so many ways the streetcar era from about 1880 - 1920 and the development patterns associated with it are terrific and deserve to be emulated in ways updated for the 21st century.

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