Madison is dealing with growth

?If people are not interested in land
conservation in Madison County, if they don?t believe development is
coming, this should serve as a wake-up call,? said Miller. Miller also
noted that the number of new housing permits issued by the county has been
rising steadily each year since
1991.

…?Most easements are
done because people love their land and want to leave the legacy behind of open
space,? said Miller, whose own land, near the Gaar Mountain area, is held
in a conservancy easement…. No matter how you look at it, Madison is a
gorgeous place to live and visit, and is even becoming a bit of a commuter
community to Northern Virginia, if you can believe it!

From the Madison
County Eagle


?If people are not interested in land conservation in Madison County, if
they don?t believe development is coming, this should serve as a wake-up
call,? said Miller.

Miller
also noted that the number of new housing permits issued by the county has been
rising steadily each year since 1991.

As I tell my clients, as a
Realtor, growth is usually good. There is great value in protecting the
now-clichŽd

natural beauty of the region.

?Most easements are done
because people love their land and want to leave the legacy behind of open
space,? said Miller, whose own land, near the Gaar Mountain area, is held
in a conservancy easement. ?To me, it?s the ultimate unselfish act
? a living legacy of natural
resources.??

No matter how
you look at it, Madison is a gorgeous place to live and visit, and is even
becoming a bit of a commuter community to Northern Virginia, if you can believe
it!

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