Comment 43372

By highwater (registered) | Posted July 15, 2010 at 12:10:50

If not for "sprawl development" there would be no Hamilton Ontario. Only 200 years ago King and James was a farmer's field. And the equivalent of "Raise the Hammer" communities in Toronto at the time were insisting steel mills should be built at Spadina and Queen.

Sprawl is low density, car dependent development. Your suggestion that the dense, urban development at King and James or Spadina and Queen is merely first generation sprawl is, well, 'disingenuous'.


Comment edited by highwater on 2010-07-15 11:12:16

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