Umm there's a sht load more people moving to mt.p per year than since 1950. 175% of a number in the single digit thousands does not even compare to 40% of a number over 50,000. Either way that sucks I'm glad I don't live on a strip of land that congested.
Sounds like this really doesn't hold promise!! With such a heavy tourist packed and seaosnal area don't expect anyone to change anything. It's too bad, I love oysters but I def wouldn't chance it - aren't you suppose to only eat oyster during 'er' and 'ary' months anyway?
These are great suggestions, like Josh said, these should be taken into account elsewhere. I haven't biked since I lived in Savannah (which is an amazing city for a biker to live). Now I live in Summerville, where there are no bike paths let alone side walks! It makes Charleston look like a biker haven. In my part of Summerville are the plantations, the new high school, a new park... these would be amazing places to bike or walk to but not unless you have a death wish, god bless the few who do!
There is also gohomeboston, gohomenj, gohomeny, gohomeyankee, gohometerrorist, etc etc etc...
It's easy being white, until you step into a bodega.
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