Thursday, April 03, 2008


Inga Saffron tries to prod the candidates into thinking about urban issues. As she suggests, a lot of urban issues aren't really urban issues in the way people think, but just general land use, development, and infrastructure issues that impact everybody. A lot of these things become more obvious and apparent in an urban environment, and I think having experience living in a city provides a useful perspective in thinking about these things, but they aren't simply "city issues."