“The airpark development will turn 15 this fall. Back in 2006, when Joe Potter was on a dozer and plowing the first road into the 450-acre woodland tract adjacent to the airport, all Armstrong had was his vision. But, slowly, vision has become reality.”
“The small-town, tight-knit community spirit is also attractive to people who are looking for a new home or a second home.”
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