The politicians and elected officials who slap themselves on the back and talk about Santa Fe being a sustainable community because of curbside recycling or its bus service or the green building code should have been at a recent lunch discussion sponsored by the Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association.
The topic — “The future of housing in Santa Fe” — was innocent enough. But panelists Zane Fisher, Daniel Werwath and Kate Noble also probed the underbelly topic often ignored during campaigns: What legacy will the baby boomers that now lead Santa Fe leave to future generations?
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