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Old Posted Apr 4, 2017, 11:40 PM
ChargerCarl ChargerCarl is offline
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Originally Posted by SDCAL View Post
You've never heard of the concept of a "sunshine tax"? People live in places for a whole host of reasons, and climate is a factor for some. You apparently don't realize San Francisco is already the second densest city in the country with 6,266 people per square mile. How much denser does it need to become before all its problems suddenly vanish and housing prices come down like magic as you think they would? I'm not arguing that the current model works, I'm arguing that the article someone posted that I read doesn't seem to offer much that would actually solve the problems just by replicating what Houston does.
Supply and demand is magic now huh?
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