Property values trump bike lanes
I have read about the controversy on King Street ("Road warriors," December 5). I have been an avid cyclist for more than 35 years, but my love of cycling does not trump my interests as a property owner in the City of Alexandria.
When one of my bicycle advocacy organizations recently emailed me to Nandrolone Australia support the proposed bike lanes on a stretch of King Street, I immediately shot back that removal of parking spaces in a residential area would devalue the properties.
Removing on street parking, despite the city Buy Kamagra Paypal parking board's justification that residents have off street parking available, will deprive the residents of parking for other family members, guests and service vehicles.
If I am in the market for a home, Testosterone Injections Ireland I certainly want parking available on the street for those reasons.
If they could do this on King Street, a major thoroughfare, they could certainly do it on my street which will remain nameless because I don't want them Buy Single Viagra Pills Uk to get any ideas.
In this case, my fellow cyclists, I'm sorry to say you're wrong.
This idea, that bike lanes hurt property values, has been repeated Anabolic Steroid Names often Cheap Uk Viagra Suppliers during the King Street bike lane debate, but repeating the same thing over and over again does not make it true.
It a ridiculous argument that cannot be Buy Viagra Uk Lloyds Pharmacy substantiated by any facts so it just professed as the gospel truth. The irony is that in Buy Kamagra Uk Paypal many cases it seems property values have gone up next to bike trails.
PS Who on earth is moving to OT for parking? I literally never heard any local residents say, moved here for the parking access! Have I heard people say I moved here for access to Metro? Yep. For the historic beauty? Yep. For the quaint light commercial/small business proximity to walk to dinner and back? Sure. But for parking? Geeze.