Fighting for messy vitality |

Fighting for messy vitality

Dear Editor:Yes, high-profile members of the downtown business community are backing the other guy in the mayoral election. Do I smell truck traffic, more soul deterioration and a continual support for infill construction? I think I do. As an affordable housing advocate and resident, I would prefer to see Mick Ireland because I know he will fight for the more housing, which has the potential to remove some traffic from the road and keep that old saw “messy vitality” alive and well. I am so tired of empty castles, sterile cooperate business and no ability to hang our clothes out to dry on clothesline. Vote, and vote for Mick.Andy HansonAspen

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