Don't cave again
I completely agree with what was written here by Jennifer and others.
I believe the city policymakers did indeed cave on Frog Pond to a well-organized protest by some of the wealthiest members of the community who conjured images of slums and scare tactics when the plans for Frog Pond West were being considered; instead we end up with 2-million dollar homes.
As a city, we need to refocus our determination to build an inclusive community and one with a large variety of housing types including housing for all people who work here, and I don't just mean the high-tech firms, I'm including retail and service workers.
By building a complete community that respects all the workers and residents we can reduce traffic by reducing the need to commute in and out of the city.