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It all sounds well and good to people in Ivory Towers, protected from neighborhood blight or people of lesser birth, or the wealthy who can own enough land to buffer themselves from seedy neighbors. For the rest of us, government is the most efficient solution. And by government, I mean local…where a citizen can have greatest impact and accountability.
+1 on building/infrastucture codes. Look to the Haiti/Japan earthquakes as an example. No building code enforcement (enforcement, not just laws on the books, is key) resulted in thousands of unnecessary deaths in Haiti. Do an image search and really focus on the building damage. Now do the same for Japan. There’s no comparison, even though the Japanese earthquake was several orders of magnitude greater AND they got a tsunami right afterwards. It all had to do with code enforcement when the buildings were built and maintained.
My husband is a civil engineer and has a very strong libertarian streak, but even he acknowledges the need for reasonable governmental regulation. No regulation on buildings and infrastructure means a lot of innocent people wind up dead.
…and taxpayers end up paying for the clean up, the rebuilding, the damaged lives, etc.
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