When you wake up every morning on Grove Heights Drive, where a two-car-garage minimum is apparently strictly enforced, one might wonder why any city employee wouldn’t want to stay in or move to the Home of the Railers.
Mayor Petty, indeed, has been a staunch advocate for strengthening residency requirements; a baton recently picked up by his chief rival, Peoples’ Councilor® Michael T. Gaffney.
But could there be a better way to ensure the city’s best and brightest want to work for and live in the Woo? Hitch thinks so.
Please log in or subscribe to continue reading. Weekly access is only $2. No recurring charges.