Workman wants a community vibrancy

March 4, 2013

Oconee Alliance founder Neal Workman articulates the benefits of having vibrancy to the community that pays dividends for everyone. In recent decades, the spread of outlying shopping centers has stripped some downtowns of their liveliness and their place as destination points. But Workman says that can change. As a speaker during last month’s State of Oconee, Workman engaged his audience to imagine what could be. A Workman interview is airing this week on 96.3/WGOG.

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