Yet again, the conversation turns to "affordable" housing. Perhaps the workers employed in the local service economy should be consulted. They certainly do not consider "the low $200,000s" to be "affordable." I think you would find they would be elated to have access to smaller homes — similar to those built in the 1920s to the 1950s — at lower prices. Attractive four- or five-room bungalows (even a three-room with a finished attic bonus room) with one or two baths are possible in the 600 -1,000 square foot range.
W-JCC public schools state that there is zero tolerance for bullying in the system. With only...