Underlying the Overlays 

The city OKs more controversial zoning changes meant to spur economic development

The city continues to enact massive zoning changes that could wreak havoc on neighborhoods and property rights, while doing little to boost local fortunes. All this is driven by the modern streetcar, a multi-million-dollar juggernaut that has small businesses in its construction…

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