As for the charge of nimbyism
, I suggest that Rob looks in the mirror, his letter was steeped in it.
All of us including Al Maiorino will have some NIMBYism
when an issue hits our own backyard.
In New York, he cites the proposed Islamic community center and mosque near the World Trade Center as an example of NIMBYism
Whether it's an example of well-heeled Nimbyism
or not, those in the No camp have certainly got their act together, and the internet is awash with slick websites urging rejection of the plans.
Developers Attack NIMBYism
--The Fair Housing Act As A Sword, on page 32, discusses the rights of developers and owners, and gives numerous examples of the action taken by people who faced and conquered NIMBYism
His argument that he would prefer a golf course to the hospice shows his opposition is the nastiest form of NIMBYism
Perhaps the word NIMBYism
is too mild for this disparity.
While neglecting these local folks, Gottlieb at the same time romanticizes other grassroots activists, who appear immune to parochialism, narrow-mindedness, or NIMBYism
Mr Jenkin's shrill attacks on renewable energy, with no replacements mentioned, and his clear disregard for housing needs, show all too clearly how out of touch the self-appointed mouthpieces of windy nimbyism
One thing is certain, nimbyism
is alive and well and living in Balsall Common and Berkswell.
at its best: 'Oh dear, my house valuation will go down.
Not our grandfathers," I was told in a sustained example of blind-folded nimbyism