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Letter: Population density poses problems
July 25, 2014, 05:00 AM Letter


Thank you Robert Nice and Sheila Wong for your respective letters to the the editor in the July 21 and July 24 editions of the Daily Journal pointing out that our cities’ infrastructure, natural resources and qualities of life are not necessarily supportive of the building of dense residential and commercial properties. This includes Foster City, Burlingame, Millbrae eventually, the South San Francisco Centennial Project and Belmont next to or near the train tracks.

Come on folks, is more necessarily better?

Peter C. Carey

San Bruno



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