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  • Striking a balance in Chatham County's 25-year plan

    Chatham County tries to strike a balance between its agricultural traditions and resource conservation, and the need to prepare for future economic development and population growth in the draft 25-year Chatham Plan.

Chatham County tries to strike a balance between its agricultural traditions and resource conservation, and the need to prepare for future economic development and population growth in the draft 25-year Chatham Plan. tgrubb@newsobserver.com
Chatham County tries to strike a balance between its agricultural traditions and resource conservation, and the need to prepare for future economic development and population growth in the draft 25-year Chatham Plan. tgrubb@newsobserver.com

Rural character, lifestyle at risk? Here’s how Chatham County plans to grow 25 years of homes, businesses

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