Rural residents battle stereotypes about “Jeb the farmer.” Urban dwellers fight to reduce the number of cars on their streets. And suburbanites just want to know who to talk to at City Hall.
Ambassador’s Row, home to many foreign dignitaries, looks more like a logging road than a tree-lined strip of real estate.
So, again, is the single city saving money now — and will it in the future?
The single city was sold to people on the pitch that it would save them money.