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Yes, in some circumstances, the art of compromising gets a bad reputation. It’s deserved if the compromise results in the abandoning of core values or principles. But that’s not what we’re referring to here. If the ultimate goal is what’s good overall for Norfolk, then a compromise, a collaboration, a refining of ideas is entirely a positive development.
The blogosphere will never be the same.
But if there’s a willingness to put the community first, then we all win. It’s easier said than done, of course, but that community-first mindset should be the guiding principle behind everything.