Comment 83537

By 1234 (anonymous) | Posted December 06, 2012 at 09:38:53

My wife and I reluctantly attended the meeting at Sanford and of course were exposed to the same manufactured senerio as described in the article by Mr. Healey. We have seen this over and over again in this city. It is too upsetting for us when we see the priviledge and disconnect. They are untouchable and they know it.
So Sanford will go from beautiful built heritage to a cultural landscape when it's gone. It will only remain in our memory as rituals that ocurred there.
It is a dark age. Future generations will look back on the post war years and ask where is all the architecture, building materials and techniques. How did city streets go from being for people to the exclusive of the auto.
So we try in our own way to lead change, we fix up our wood windows, we ride our bikes, we support local art and businesses. This is the only way we can stay relatively sane.

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