A lot of the guests seemed to feel that something needed to be done about the rampant over-development in South Florida--but not necessarily this. One person I spoke to said the County Commission should actually heed recommendations by county staff (huh!) whom they pay to analyze planning and zoning recommendations. Others felt that passing Amendment 4 would at least send a message to the powers that be that voters are fed up. A looming concern, though, is the sheer number of zoning changes the electorate would have to consider (this includes city and county amendments). Will Floridians bother to inform themselves about half a dozen planning amendments each year? And won't developers be able to buy votes anyway?