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Re: “Jericho Voters Nix Zoning Changes That Targeted Sprawl

The small towns and some of the land owners who border the main roads, who may have in the past protected the sanctity of their towns enclosed nature are starting to get wide eyes about the coins that can be collected in the one time exchange for small town integrity. If our small towns give up their local - Vermont Makes it Special sweet down home, maple flavor that is directly connected to an unspoiled aesthetic beauty of a working landscape - they will soon be passed by as a destination for the recurring tourist dollar for the next small town who has recognized the increasing value to all the town residents. One chain store in the middle of a corn field is all it takes to loose what our parents and grandparents worked to preserve. We can still grow but with an open eye to the increasing value of aesthetics and respect for Vermont's Wild Beauty that attracts our many seasonal visitors as well as the weekend visits from Vermonters living inside the beltline.

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Posted by kerryk on 01/19/2017 at 8:56 PM

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