I and a large number of people attended the Crabapple Antique & Art Festival on October 3rd.
Doesn't this frame the issue of "controlled, intelligent" development, rather than development solely to generate income for the government regardless of its consequences to the local community? If Milton is to be a unique destination for residents of Milton and surrounding communities, what will better enhance the Milton image and attract outsiders to spend money in Milton? Unique utilization of the historical assets enhanced by complementary development, or sterile high density development that detracts from the existing assets?
How did we get here?
What do I offer that my opponent has not?