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15 Sep 2011, 03:09
B it is.

(A) Plainsville presently has no major highways running through it.----Past.
(B) The mayor accepts that a new business park would bring in more new business than would the new highway.--- then only the statement by city council will be valid
(C) The new highway would have no benefits for Plainsville other than attracting new business.--- other things we are not concerned
(D) The mayor is required to get approval for all tax revenue allocation plans from the city council.--out of scope
(E) Plainsville's economy will not be helped unless a new business park of the sort envisioned by the citizens' group is built. -- Not relevant to the question
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