Yes, I have some pricey neighborhoods, boroughs, and townships in my metropolitan area too. They all do. But it cracks me up that when enclaves of very wealthy people are discussed, that the most wealthy region in the country is consistently left off the list. Eight of the twenty wealthiest counties in the country surround Washington DC. Yup, there is a lot of dough where they print the stuff, and where you send your cut whether you like it or not. People that never get past the museums and monuments in Washington have no idea how many very wealthy people live in Fairfax and Montgomery counties. There are palaces with compounds, and a late model Lexus is like a hoopty mobile. In Loudon and Howard counties it's still pretty rural, because that's where our betters keep their frickin' horse farms. How about having the people who are actually in the government sort out this zoning issue where they live before they impose it on everyone else.