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Old 06-05-2008, 06:51 PM
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Is the city of Atascadero leaning towards pro-growth or slow growth? They expect to be at 33,000 population by 2020, and 40,000 population in 2030. The city council allowed Super Wal-Mart to get an EIR approved, and which eventually lead to the store being built. The city has more population surrounding it than Paso Robles, and is geographically more popular than Paso Robles. Target and Super Wal-Mart both saw interest in building the city, and the city already has Home Depot and K-Mart.

Anyone care to comment on if they think this city is pro-growth or slow-growth?
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Old 06-06-2008, 11:50 PM
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well i think most of the central coast is slow-growth, and try to prevent another L.A. Many locals try to stop rapid growth. Mainly in San Luis Obispo County, where Atascadero is..
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