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Moving Beyond The Magic Bullet

March 3, 2014

Cities frequently fall prey to the seduction of the “magic bullet,” the project that promises to solve a slew of civic ailments in one fell swoop....

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Orangeman

Mar-03-14 7:30 PM

I like this idea, my question as 120,000 new people visiting here, where will these folks be eating? The pickings downtown are slim, I don't think they all will be eating at Friendlys.

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Cobbler

Mar-03-14 8:38 AM

Never been a big fan of either of these authors, but I believe they have a great idea in this project.

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carlaw

Mar-03-14 7:36 AM

This is why the airport is a serious question.

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carlaw

Mar-03-14 7:35 AM

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Jhwinnyc

Mar-03-14 6:41 AM

"If the center can bring 120,000 annual visitors to downtown Jamestown..." is the key statement. It's not a case of "if we build it, they will come." In isolated Jamestown, the lack of easy and quick transportation alternatives--air, rail, etc.--needs to be addressed. County residents alone won't be able to make it viable.

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