I believe that the United States is in need of third party, a middle party. In order to return function to our democracy, we need a strong middle party formed of people inclined toward the middle of the road political views that exclude the extremes of both of our present parties.
What do we do to improve the structure and the processes of government in Washington?
In a community like Shorewood, high-density development means multiple level apartment or condominium living with more people on one plot of land.
Most land development in areas converted from single-families becomes impervious by surfacing most of the land, testing existing capacities and often calling for costly improvements. Multiple housing units are usually more sensitive to market fluctuation and especially in terms of loving care given them.
(This is an excerpt from a book that I'm writing on the Economics of urban land and urban planning). So local city planners and city managers, please pay attention, in case the book doesn’t get finished.