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Old Posted Mar 8, 2019, 5:37 AM
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Originally Posted by BBMW View Post
How about draining it filling it in, and developing the new land. It's not going to be used as a commercial waterway. And it would be a lot easier to do the pollution remediation dry.
I'd imagine that would skyrocket costs. Would also complicate the engineering due to soil composition/characteristics relative to the surroundings.

But its interesting that the locals want more affordable housing, but some complain about 20-30+ floor towers. Can't win! Ya want more housing, but than when the towers are large enough to make a profit, while providing enough units (market/affordable), they complain.
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