Dear down voters: It's doughnuts!
I love all the ideas for the site. Why can't we put off a decision until we see what happens with the current conversions?
We need to wait and see how the current conversions work before adding more residential and office space. Give it five years.
OMG, I am shocked, SHOCKED, I say, by the reaction of the usual right wing commenters here that, for some reason, keep reading City and it's liberal opinions, even though they disagree vehemently. If the media were truly biased, as some say, Trump would have had almost no press, ever. Instead, he's had how many days that become weeks and months of press coverage since the 1970s? And over the last two years, you'll notice that he has had way more coverage than any other candidate. He can't have it all ways.
Don Sherman: Clearly you haven't paid attention as all kinds of manufacturing jobs--the ones that pay well, don't require bachelor's degrees, but require a committed employee, and provide a good living--have left the area. And I'm pretty sure you would not want to live on a full-time burger flipper's wages. Or even a full-time burger flipper with another part-time job's wages.
I am hoping that the Strong project is not based on the institution's nonprofit status. We need the taxes.
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