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I appreciate the optimism that GSI might hire a person into a position of authority who could bridge the gap between the pro-business argument (rhetoric) and the pro-business reality. It would certainly be in the region's best interest as well as GSI's own. Let's hope that that person applies for the job, that he/she is recognized/hired, and then ready to do some heavy lifting.
One of the main problems that I see with the current argument regarding growth is that the same people who argue for less government continue to force government to expand in every way for their own profit and purpose - beginning with geographic expansion in this case. "They" want to be able to do what they like with their land with all the amenities of services provided and maintained by someone else. When will this hypocrisy be fully exposed for what it is?
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