If you are like most people in town, you are probably mystified as to why we keep approving gigantic hotels and other big-growth developments. Why, when we have such overcrowding issues already? Our streets and highways are already clogged with traffic. There are hundreds of low-paying jobs with no one to work them because of a tight housing market. We have crime, pollution, and a deteriorating quality of life — we have it all, the envy of any big city.
Politicians catch the “Bigger and Grander” disease once in office; they want more, always more. They don’t run on a big growth platform, but once elected its quickly adopted.