Diane Mastrull reports on the turnaround of public opinion in a Philadelphia suburb. Woodmont, a development in Lower Moreland Township, was fought by hundreds of locals who said that the small lots wouldn’t sell, the alleys would lead to crime, and firetrucks wouldn’t be able to manouver the skinny streets. Now, Woodmont is on the homepage of the Township’s website. What a pleasant turn around.
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