Chicago

amack@proteusgroup.net

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Imagine the population increasing 400,000 to 700,000 in little old Buckeye [“Buckeye: Next 6 Exits,” June 2008]. As spectacular as the report reads, the term planning is hardly deserved for this example of greed and land grabbing. If only every person in Buckeye could do without a car and had the health to walk to a mass transit center in 120 degrees F heat, you might barely scratch what's missing in the “design guidelines.”

Tony Schnarsky

Tucson, Ariz.

schnarsky@theriver.com