Thomas Bray exhibits the rare virtue of requiring that terms be defined–in this case, “sprawl”: “At what point does development cease being growth and become sprawl? And what is the aim of growth/sprawl restrictions: preserving farms, protecting the environment, saving existing cities and older suburbs, creating more efficient patterns of growth?”

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