Hmm, first of all, you clearly have not watched the John Wayne version of 'True Grit' or you wouldn't think Hailee was so masterful. Second of all, Romero strung a lot of words together at a recent council, which were good enough to actually penetrate all the propaganda promoted by local developers (why don't you go after that bunch?) that Tucson residents don't like students or that mini-dorms don't make more crime (winter break and 7 tvs in a minidorm anyone?) and are single family units (really your honor these 6 teenagers and their boy/girl friends are a family). THANK you Romero for your recent apparent (so says Danehy) incoherence, which was much needed recently at the Council meeting.
You have to wonder what the city council members and the mayor are thinking? How can the council members continue to allow these boarding houses to be approved for single family home zoned neighborhoods? Goodman and other developers are running a small apartment business and destroying the neighborhoods in the city. In the long run this will lead to more crime (already this happens over break with the crooks know the students are home for the holidays), lower property values, and no fabric to keep the look of old Tucson.
Come on city leaders - do the right thing that your voting public is asking you to do - protect the old neighborhoods from predatory developers.
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