Fishers: Stop trying to be like Carmel

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I’m sure this is considered “progress”—ripping down buildings that give our city charm and character so they can build yet another parking garage (really?) and retail space that will sit empty, like at The Depot [Boutique, salon moving to Edge in Fishers as project looms at current site, IBJ.com, Sept. 30].

The Carmelization of Fishers continues, and all this new development will give nothing to the property tax base for decades. Tragic.

The push to create an identity is killing the identity we have.

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Tina Siefert

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