Larry Horowitz

Posting Citizen Journalist • Member since Jan 16, 2008

Articles by Larry Horowitz

The Saga of Established Neighborhooods

By Larry HorowitzOn Jul 16, 2019

Are the vitality and character of established residential neighborhoods worth protecting? First, some background… The Growth Management Act (GMA) The Growth Management Act (GMA), which encompasses Chapter 36.70A of the [...]

Self-Determination or Self-Defeat?

By Larry HorowitzOn Nov 17, 2017

“Is it ignorance or apathy? Hey, I don’t know and I don’t care.” - Jimmy Buffett, in a moment of joyful clarity after a few margaritas. [IMPORTANT UPDATE: [...]

Ami Horowitz: A Democrat Who Terrifies Other Democrats

By Larry HorowitzOn May 30, 2019

​An interesting Issues & Insights opinion piece about Democrat presidential candidate Ami Horowitz (no relation) that’s worth reading. A Democrat Who Terrifies Other Democrats Excerpt: “Ami Horowitz, a noted [...]

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Recent comments

"I invariably agree with Alex McLean… and for good reason.  Alex makes a lot of sense, and his writing is a joy to read. I especially agree with [...]

Feb 05, 2020 on
Who’s Running Your Neighborhood Association? And Why Care?

"Yeah, but where’s the money in that?!

Jan 23, 2020 on
Who’s Running Your Neighborhood Association? And Why Care?

"Tip, sorry that the crafting of my query did not meet your high standards for keenness. Like you and Karen, I also agree that the framework for neighborhoood associations needs [...]

Jan 23, 2020 on
Who’s Running Your Neighborhood Association? And Why Care?

"Tip, another piece of beautiful writing.  I agree with your conclusion that neighborhoods need to be reintegrated into planning and zoning and be given a chance to “rise to [...]

Jan 22, 2020 on
Who’s Running Your Neighborhood Association? And Why Care?

"Karen, thanks for your article.  And Geoff, thanks for your comments. The City of Vancouver, WA seems to really understand the “deep symbiotic relationship” between established residents, [...]

Jan 14, 2020 on
Who’s Running Your Neighborhood Association? And Why Care?