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December 10, 2008

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Al Foeckler

History could definitely repeat itself if the infrastructure investment turns a blind eye to good planning in an effort to quickly create jobs. It's kind of creepy to see the events that had a negative impact on planning that Kunstler writes about from a historical perspective in "Geography of Nowhere" actually happening or on the cusp of happening again. Rather than travel the same tired road, this should be an opportunity to create jobs and push good planning.

John Michlig

Invoke Kunstler here and you generally get agreement.

We are at a crossroads - - let's hope we take the road less traveled, so to speak.

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