in your brainerd example, how did you avoid death by a thousand cuts from nimbys, activists, and hostile city planners? were your projects too small and slipped under the radar? did anyone challenge your methodology because it didn't follow a formal, sanctioned, and documented public engagement process?
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in your experience, chuck, what does it take for cities to be receptive to the strong towns message? already be in long term decline? the message is not what they want to hear. and it takes considerable effort to compute and analyze the data to realize how bad things are.