If left to their own devices, the well-intentioned folks running the town and county have shown they are incapable of slowing, or even recognizing, the out-of-control growth path we are on. Worse, if given the funds, they appear more than eager to rush hurtling toward a future filled with more aggressive development. It’s a future that routinely arrives sooner than our community can plan for it. An annual indicator report released this spring verified we’ve already exceeded the 5% Growth Management Plan benchmark that triggers a revision of our Comp Plan. It’s being ignored
Here is the Other Side of the Story for April 26:
Whose future are we headed toward?