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Controlled Economic Development

One of the biggest concerns I hear on the street revolves around economic development. It is a fact that our city streets have become crowded, that we need more housing for people at all income levels, and we need more economic development in the commercial sector to create a larger tax base. These three concepts are often at odds on the city council, which refuses to seek out creative solutions. We must look at the projects happening in the city in a holistic way as opposed to the current, protracted and archaic case-by-case basis. The community needs to be involved in visioning of our future and informed as projects move forward. Chelsea needs controlled economic development.


Committee to Elect Mark Rossi
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