Ken Larsen's web site - Political and legal impediments that adversely affect communities
[Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer, so what this web page says is my personal opinion. It should not be construed as anything more than that.]
I am a political activist who is interested in making communities as optimal as possible for all the residents. I define optimal as having a near perfect balance of size, transportation options, affordability, green space, minimal crime, education, etc. This quasi-utopia is difficult to achieve and difficult to sustain, but we must continually strive to reach homeostasis.
|Irreversibility||Once a development is approved, the decision is final and cannot be undone. You cannot says "oops" and then tear down the buildings and replace them with trees.|
|Precedence||Per the law of "precedence", if an ugly development is approved, then nearby future ugly developments can be approved much easier because of the law of precedence.|
For our planet to be survive, our laws must be changed.
|Ken Larsen's home page|