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Codex - I agree that the golf course would be a great area for emergency housing. But we have all noticed the increased (and increasing) traffic and other unpleasantness due to more homes being built in and around Port Townsend - just like everywhere else in the PNW. Once the golf course and any other open lands are developed, there is no undoing the damage. Imagine if the Salish Sea were land instead of water - it would be nothing but miles of development by now.

"Progress" is inevitable, but that doesn't always mean it is for the better.

From: Selling golf course property would be very short-sighted | Letter to the editor

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