Vicino3 maintains that the creation of suburbs was a deliberate effort by the federal government to change the country’s development pattern and shape individuals preferences. Political processes and support of public policies provisions were contributory factors in suburb development. Leaving the city does not solve its problems as promoted by Ford’s proposal. Displacement of people from the cities would initiate displacement and or transfer of problems to other parts of America. Those who leave the city would still require the government to provide them with other social amenities. The Brookings’ policy approach proposals to solve public problems in first suburbs are effective. Policies that address challenges special to elderly society members would solve related public problems. Policies should address concerns of foreign-born residents of first suburbs4. Promoting regional coherence through policy initiatives would solve public problems related to policies.
Moller’s statement is a development-conscious and justified. While displacing people from one place to another along with development, the proponents must also set adequate consideration for the remaining population’s wellbeing. Housing policies are important in controlling development during displacement5. Before the government commences displacement and resettlement of population from a city or neighborhood, it must ensure that adequate policy exists to managing the affairs of population remain behind or perceived as abandoned. Housing policies must exist to support the process of suburb development Failure to implement relevant policy provisions duplicates the constraints instead of presenting a