"From the conversations I've had, it seems that this has flown under the radar because many of those who had opposed it were under the impression that this was no longer on the table even though the City Plan Commission recommended approval back in May. It's particularly perplexing that councilman Salazar hasn't been a vocal opponent of the salvage yard, which seems contrary to everything the city, residents and neighbors would want for West Dallas. I mean, you've got to be absolutely naive to think that once in, this would be an easy business to dislodge. We've seen the difficulty of removing entrenched industrial properties along Lamar so why would anyone want to dump another problem onto West Dallas?"
How do you get the message across - just because people are poor it doesn't mean that you should disregard their families or their communities.
Why is that so hard to understand?