'I do know that you live in near the Corners park which really isn't that close to the commons and means you certainly won't suffer any of the consequences the immediate neighbors will.'
Well, anyone that intends to spend any quality time in Ballard will most certainly suffer the consequences. I can't wait for the scene during the next Seafood festival.
It ought to be very illuminating, at least.
If you live within a few blocks, shop within a few blocks, work within a few blocks, you will most certainly be affected. If you are just someone who chooses to make the area a destination once in awhile (which every local business requires to survive) you will go to Bellevue, Edmonds, Fremont, Magnolia, etc., anywhere else to avoid what used to be a downtown issue.
And Corvus couldn't be more pleased, but so are many others.
Anyway, choices mean something to somebody, if Ballard isn't your home and livelihood, I can understand you not giving a crap about it.
Good to know now that anyone who abjects to this crap is so easily dismissed. So is Ballard, Geniuses.
Well, I know you will get the Ballard you deserve to get. Many won't suffer your stupidity.
Consider yourselves warned.