[OP-ED] Preservation is one thing, using Wright House for commercial purposes is a whole other animal

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By Paul Barnes | The Arizona Republic

(Editor’s Note: Rose Law Group represents Peter  Sperling in his fight to preserve the residential character of Arcadia)

As someone who has dedicated much of his life to preserving Phoenix neighborhoods, and fending off inappropriate uses, I feel compelled to respond to your recent editorial about the David and Gladys Wright House in Arcadia (“No Wright House deed goes unpunished,” Sept. 28.)

To do so, allow me to utilize the phrase “gerrymandering.” In politics most people know this as the attempt to draw bizarre legislative or congressional lines to rope in certain voters to ensure an incumbent politician will be protected at election time. It’s a racket, by politicians for politicians.

What does that have to do with the Wright House?


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