Mission Viejo Buzz - 02/18/06

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Don’t forget about the Steadfast mixed use project coming up on Monday, February 20, 2006. This poorly conceived project will cost the city more than $3M in lost sales tax revenue over 10 years and will add to crowded schools and streets in the area. Take a look at some prior articles on the subject.

We also offer all articles in text format:

Steadfast returns 2/20/06
What’s the problem?
Support the city blood drive
Reader Reactions to Feb. 11 Buzz
Council sells out residents
Late-breaking rumors 02/18/2006
Never say Affordable & High Density in the same breath

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