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Belvedere roundup

In the “not all publicity is good publicity department”:Rarely have the words “shameful, ” “greedy,” “sad” and “health hazard” been used to describe a project positively, and this is another such case.  Is clear-cutting and burning “green”?Good discussion at CvillenewsThe Daily Progress today notes the burningBut ……  Other developers should take heed.Stonehaus donated the land to SOCA for its project because “we appreciated this European model where soccer would be … the center of a community….  These reports temper the excitement I, and surely my clients and buyers, feel, and perpetuate the “business as usual” opinion of developers.

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