Comment 35859

By adam2 (anonymous) | Posted November 29, 2009 at 13:39:16

Consider this imaginary scenario and let me know if you disagree with any of the logic:

- Area A is twice as dense as Area B.
- Both areas pay the same tax per person
- Fairness says Area A should have twice as much infrastructure and twice as many services as Area B.

- Now apply this logic to an area that is OVER 20 TIMES more dense than another area. 20X is such a large difference it is difficult for the human brain to truly appreciate.

Should we be asking for 20X as many services and infrastructure in the lower city and Mountain? What about 10X as much? Why not 5X as much? Okay, lets settle for 3X as much... remember, lets be fair here.

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