East Hampton Candidates Oppose 'Smart Growth'
Coverage of an upcoming town election in a place where growth of any kind is undesirable. Where both parties want to seal up any remaining development land by conservation measures; a surefire way to further reduce land supply and make the area further unaffordable for local working class people. Where smart growth portends congestion and "manhattanization," and suburban growth means traffic and open space depletion, is there any hope?
Thanks to Judd Schechtman