Should Lawrence include a chapter dedicated to environmental conservation in its long-term development plan?
Asked at New Hampshire Street on April 15, 2004
“Definitely, for the overall health of the community and cleanliness of the water.”
“I feel like there’s so many other things that need to be done. We’re stripping money away from schools while we strip the land. The city needs to make sure it balances out equal needs.”
“Yes. This town has gotten too big too fast, and it’s utterly disgusting. When you drive through you see ugly buildings and no green. That’s what they’ve done to the west side of town.”
“Probably, yes, because long-term it’s going to be less costly if we are environmentally conscious.”