Hey there, No I hadn't seen the Discussion until now. But I'm glad you reminded me to look. "Killed" was an interesting word. I had edited my post a few minutes before yours hit, so I don't know if you had seen that update, but it's back there. Admittadly, it is sometimes harder to express words over forums than to speak orally...My comments were geared more to the tone that the system looks better again in the evening, but the overall picture looks complicated for it to ever have a shot. However, I've marvelled the tenacity of systems like Franklin, Harvey, and Irene this year, so I just couldn't rule out that chance for redevelopment. Either way, I think your post and the one from our friend Daniel are good stuff folks! It's nice to see everyone discussing the facts available.
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