by Dan Dickson, 12.21.12, SouthsiderMagazine.com
In 2006, several leaders in agriculture, business, development and neighborhood associations got together and agreed that they needed to better answer the question of not whether Fayette County would grow, but how would it grow?
“Can we do it in a way that leverages the best of what Fayette County has to offer,” asks Knox van Nagell, director of Fayette Alliance, the organization that emerged from that exercise in community soul-searching.
Van Nagell says that six years ago there was no organization whose sole mission was to monitor growth and land-use policy at city hall… Read more at SouthsiderMagazine.com
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