Brief Solutions to the Region's Growing Pains
Margery Austin Turner, G. Thomas Kingsley
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Every day, Washington-area families face what seem like the inevitable consequences of our region's booming growth--housing prices spiraling out of reach, new developments gobbling up open spaces, traffic snarls and endless commutes, and worsening air pollution. But our current growth path is not inevitable; communities throughout the region can make more strategic choices--managing our prosperity and growth more wisely.
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