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Roderick Grant
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Robert Lamp House

Post by Roderick Grant »

What has happened with the Lamp House neighborhood situation? I suppose, with the meltdown of the construction industry, the redevelopment of the entire area has at least been put on hold, but is the plan still active? Or has sanity prevailed?

Sequoia
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Post by Sequoia »

I was nearby for the protests last spring. Although I didn't venture over the few blocks to witness it , I assume your guess is accurate.

Roderick Grant
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Post by Roderick Grant »

The unsettling thing about developers is that they don't go away. They may back off for a while, but when the opportunity presents itself again, they come back better prepared to get their way.

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