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Thursday, November 25, 2010

New Economic Development Plans touted plus good lunch: Tales From Normal, Mn.: FICTION

Last week in the depths of the recession in Normal, Mn., a group of proactive citizens gathered together at the Hideaway Lounge to discuss a new innovative way of advancing economic development.

After kicking off the meeting with a rousing pep talk, the participants broke out into small innovative sessions.

The luncheon was enjoyed with walleye pike served in a wonderful way, with a special desert.

After reviewing the data of comparable communities of the 23rd quartile, it was determined that relative to it's peers, Normal, Mn. was doing about normal, and although there had been no business formation in the past 20 years or so, there were some signs that if the cost of housing continued downward 5% or so per year for the next ten years or so, in 2020 the housing prices would be affordable to the youngsters employed at the local restaurants and fishing establishments.

In short, there was hope on the way in a decade or so, and thus it was just important to keep the faith, and gather together and support one another and meeting together at luncheons like this to keep the spirit alive till the revival happened.
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