Writing about GSO's Southside development, Hieb says:
The neighborhood, just a few blocks from Greensboro's flourishing downtown, had become an area of crime, drug-use and prostitution. Now, the majority of residential and commercial units are occupied, and a large private project financed by Milton Kern, a high-profile Greensboro developer and mayoral candidate, is springing up down the street.
But Southside got its start with the help of taxpayers' money.
See the typo? Somehow the word "but" got inserted at the start of that last sentence, which makes it look as if CJ is arguing that any use of tax dollars for such a vital, targeted, and ultimately successful project is a bad thing.
And that would be kind of a doctrinaire-unto-the-point-of-silliness argument to make, wouldn't it?
Must be a mistake.