Shannon Binns, executive director of Sustain Charlotte, asked council to not cave to the pressure of residents who want to maintain the status quo.
"If we want to become a city that is affordable for all, if we want to become a city that provides access to opportunities for all and if we want to become a city that does its part to reduce our contribution to climate change, we need city leaders who will stand up for the public good rather than the interests of the vocal minority who are benefiting from past housing and transportation policies," Binns wrote.
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