Monday, February 22, 2010

Life in a Denser Ohio

Our kids should go to denser schools.  We should live in denser neighborhoods.  We should all drive, if we must drive, on denser highways.  Our taxes should flow from the lower density places to higher density ones.

This is life in Ohio if the Greater Ohio-Brookings Institution Study being published today were to be fully implemented.

Suburban life is to be taxed and manipulated away.

Manufacturing is taboo now too.

The Dispatch articles reads, "The study advocates moving away from the Buckeye State's traditional smokestack manufacturing base."

New highways?  No way. No how.

One school of thought, though, is don't worry.  This will never get implemented.

No one can be that dense.

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