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  1. Too bad he’s not the President. I worked in his campaign in 2008. Wrote him in 2008 and 2012.
  2. A good article on density and COVID19. https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20201201-the-surprising-upsides-to-living-in-cities
  3. Inflation it's all about purchasing power and the federal government, both parties are doing their best to destroy it and with the Federal Reserve being the money tree you will understand why 16.5 hr don't get you very far. https://zirpqe.wordpress.com/dollar-debasement/
  4. Metros ranked by hourly median wage Top 50 areas with more than 550,000 employees $20.00 $25.00 San Jose, Calif. $29.80 San Francisco $27.42 Washington, D.C. $27.08 Seattle $25.65 Boston $25.62 Hartford, Conn. $24.34 New York $23.48 Denver, CO $22.81 Minneapolis $22.60 Baltimore $22.03 Portland $21.80 San Diego $21.66 Sacramento, Calif. $21.44 Philadelphia $21.08 Providence, R.I. $20.53 Los Angeles $20.52 Chicago $20.43 Raleigh, N.C. $20.02 Detroit $20.01 Austin, Texas $19.98 Milwaukee $19.58 Kansas City, Mo. $19.54 Houston $19.51 Richmond, Va. $19.51 Pittsburgh $19.50 Dallas $19.44 Cleveland $19.44 Columbus, Ohio $19.41 St. Louis $19.31 Salt Lake City $19.29 Atlanta $19.23 Cincinnati $19.05 Buffalo, N.Y. $18.98 Phoenix, Ariz. $18.95 Charlotte, N.C. $18.86 Indianapolis $18.77 Virginia Beach, Va. $18.73 Nashville, Tenn. $18.70 Riverside, Calif. $18.17 Oklahoma City $18.10 Louisville, Ky. $18.01 Grand Rapids, Mich. $17.98 Tampa $17.87 Miami $17.76 Jacksonville $17.68 San Antonio $17.37 Las Vegas $17.14 New Orleans $17.12 Memphis, Tenn. $17.09 Orlando $16.50 Chart: Adelaide Chen / Orlando Sentinel Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, OES May 2019 Get the data Created with Datawrapper
  5. https://www.orlandosentinel.com/opinion/scott-maxwell-commentary/os-op-disney-universal-seaworld-layoffs-orlando-scott-maxwell-20201002-wzju7vn7gra7bghg3ki3kwb2ae-story.html?fbclid=IwAR3gue2VPF2Q-CsEPKH_j6t1yCqxPTMn4xsvRbmNnnPTemxcq5-FUJE8CFY
  6. https://www.walkscore.com/FL/Orlando/South_Eola South Eola Neighborhood Ranking Compare South Eola to other Orlando neighborhoods. Rank Name Walk Score Transit Score Bike Score Population 1 South Eola 91 63 76 2,052 2 Central Business District 85 67 78 3,431 3 Lake Eola Heights 85 62 85 1,555
  7. Santa Monica population density is @10,740/ sq mi, Miami Beach is @11,550/ sq mi. These places are way more dense than anywhere in Orlando including Downtown.
  8. Downtown Orlando doesn’t have the population density to support this. Need to be at least 10K per sq Mile to make this work pre-Covid 19. Now not sure how many people want to go to a crowded place like this. Maybe Downtown Orlando lack of population density isn’t so bad.
  9. Probably wouldn't work in Orlando but interesting. https://www.forbes.com/sites/carltonreid/2019/03/08/closing-central-madrid-to-cars-resulted-in-9-5-boost-to-retail-spending-finds-bank-analysis/
  10. https://www.thecollegefix.com/feminist-geography-professor-argues-tall-buildings-are-sexist/?fbclid=IwAR0M9nMJGqNmR3vyYyKBZyjWbaG9CDH2jv6spSRAlC-aW_cPSuMeQ9iJqmY
  11. https://www.smartcitiesdive.com/ex/sustainablecitiescollective/7-reasons-why-high-rises-kill-livability/561536/
  12. Thanks Bro for all your awesome photos. I'm not local so it's nice to see the skyline from these different perspectives.
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