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Old Posted Feb 12, 2019, 6:16 PM
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It's a legit concern only if you're working for the idea of even just 1 car per unit in an urban area, which is crazy. The only way you build an urban area with our kind of zoning codes is to allow for variances. Quite frankly, they shouldn't be requiring any parking for an area on Main Street, though, I could tolerate a 50% reduction this far north.

This isn't Bloomfield Hills; this is Main Street in Royal Oak. A bit outside the downtown, but just barely. I don't have patience or time for Royal Oaker NIMBYs whining about five story apartment buildings.
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