I am still puzzled by this idea.
If we do renew then we are
Rewarding families and individuals on fixed incomes with increased property values, providing a more secure---and predictable---financial future;
and if we restrict the renewal of Raleigh we will
Impact senior citizens and working families by significantly reducing the appreciation of their homes which they are relying on to move to the next stage of life.—www.RenewRaleigh.org
Excusez-moi, but Fallonia was planning to live in her home in her next stage of life. But she just can't figure out how she will afford to stay in a million dollar neighborhood.
But stay she will. It is her property right to use her land any way she wants.
Even if it will:
Result in the potential loss of countless jobs that rely on the residential construction industry. The impact will eventually trickle all the way down to the local dry cleaners.
She knows how to hand wash.
PS: did they really suggest it was time for some "to move to the next stage of life."