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RE: don't mess with Texas

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"No surprisingly, these are almost exclusively in poorer neighborhoods."

That seems to be how towns with tough zoning boards work, too.  You can
barely remodel a few rooms of a house without city scrutiny in some
parts of town, and in others they seem to be willing to issue variances
for auto shops or massive apartment buildings or whatever someone
decides to build.  

Paul Crocker, PE


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