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Developing naval base
will be bad for Concord

I read your editorial concerning new land use at the Naval Weapons Station. Your headline “Political stench still lingers over Concord weapons station plans,” (Page A6, April 6) is the right assessment.

Only developers, construction companies and politicians would benefit from 12,000 homes and 6 million square feet of commercial space. Campaign contributions, etc., play into greedy hands. I don’t think Concord residents want the area saturated with thousands of more people, traffic and businesses.

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