Wayland Voters Network said in its recent e-mail:

"Judi Barrett of Community Opportunities Group estimated that
the shopping/condo/office complex would bring the town about
$500,000 a year more than the alternative, a 200-unit
condominium development."

Assuming approximately 4,375 households in Wayland, thatís 31 cents per day per household. That will get you about half a donut.

Other estimates have predicted that years from now we will be $700,000 better off annually. That would be much better, 44 cents per day per household. I thing we might be over one half of a donut.

Who would want the increased traffic for 32 cents per day or even 44 cents?