|Agenda item on GHG reduction rule-making|
|Five (or six?) concepts for GHG reduction rulemaking|
But at a more intuitive, if perhaps superficial, level, it seems like we should apply the old bromide: "If you find yourself in a hole, stop digging."
|"If you find yourself in a hole, stop digging"|
Isn't this an obvious move?
The memo lists two potential drawbacks to this approach, but they are about bureaucratic sludge, and not about efficacy. If "stop digging" works, then amending rules during a second phase is merely iterative correction and not really a big deal.
- There is a potential that rules adopted in the first phase would ultimately need to be amended when the second phase rules are written.
- While the first phase would be relatively quick, the second phase may not be adopted as quickly as a one-phase approac
So it is likely any formal comment offered by the MPO to DLCD will be obstructionary and dilatory, rather than constructive.
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