Lengua is the best.
Because what we need is keep those vacant parking lots and industrial blightsores? Right? (I'm not saying all development is on vacant/underutilized land, though)
The Peninsula had over 70,000 people in 1960, now it has around 35,000. More building should be done, so more people can work and live in the Peninsula (not just college students), not in sprawlville that is much of the metro region.
But will they have a $80 tower of seafood?
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