Monday, October 15, 2007

Dealing with Success

by Osman Parvez
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Here's an interesting piece on the recent rapid growth of small towns in Colorado.

From New West:

Across the West, small-town business leaders, city officials, and local residents are dealing with the consequences of success. Downtowns once marked by decaying storefronts, “For Sale” signs and empty apartments are now thriving, and the questions now are not about how to revive commerce and contemporary housing, but how to define the limits of growth.



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1 comment:

  1. It is an issue in small towns. Many people are leaving large metro areas as they retire, but are turning the small towns into the places they left. Ski areas are impacted also, but the nearby towns are affected more.

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