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Old 11-01-2010, 10:45 PM
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I am researching community development in the town of Eastover, SC. My goals and objectives integrate economic, social and environmental factors, like expanding employment opportunities for community residence, improved access to affordable, nutritous food products, increasing community involvement, engaging community residence through local business expansions and creating options. In 2009, this city didn't have a grocery store. There is a country store that offers a one stop shop, which is common in small towns, population less than 1000. I wanted to solicite feedback on some ideas that could contribute to the economic growth and development within the town, that could create some additional jobs for residents living below the poverty level, that encourages and stimulates individual activity, physical and mentally while empowering choices.
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