Contradictions?

[In Progress]

 

 

“I have a different style than Thomas [Crowder],” [Kay Crowder] said. “As opposed to just saying no, I have a style that’s a little more willing to look at all the issues and evaluate them and try to work our way to a compromise.” — N&O Article

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“I want citizens to feel part of the process instead of outside the process. Our city is only as good as the neighborhoods and the people living in them. Without citizen input, development may shape our future in ways we may or may not like. That is why, as we consider development in our district, I want to include city planning staff, developers, and citizens in a fair and balanced open communication so people understand what is happening and how it will impact them, positively and negatively.” —from Vision, Kay Crowder‘s website

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