Question 1: Is it fair to say that the recent, contested aldermanic races constituted, in large part, a referendum on density, urbanization, and the proposed development on Austin Street?
Question 2: If so, what do the results tell us about the city’s appetite for new residential development?
Question 3: What, if any, guidance should sitting aldercritters take from the election results when they are asked to vote on the Austin Street project later this month?