Report Inappropriate Comments

Marty is exactly right. Small clusters of 1-4 unit buildings surrounded by land used for agriculture would be far more valuable in the long run. These could arise organically if zoning, land use, uga, and other such laws were abolished as they are obstacles to genuine productive use of land. All they do is incentivize gross development and malinvestment of capital. Take the development on Littlerock by BHHS: was that truly the best use of land? It’s essentially an apartment complex spread over a large area with overpriced mass produced units.

From: Olympia City Council divided on initiating the Southeast UGA annexation process 

Please explain the inappropriate content below.