Comment 35956

By adam2 (anonymous) | Posted December 02, 2009 at 23:37:30

Quote from James: "Just because density is lower does not mean that costs are higher. It's a grossly oversimplified conclusion. Let's take roads for example - most of the roads in Flamborough are lightly traveled and have no trucks on them."

Hwy 6 and Hwy 5 are full of trucks.

You still haven't refuted the density calculation. You said you would change your view if presented with empirical evidence. For every square km of road downtown, 26X as many people are paying property taxes on it.

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