Greenville’s doing just fine. I’m more concerned about the brain/talent drain in the Pee Dee of SC due to lack of state support for economic development and infrastructure: http://m.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2014/01/smaller-town-startups-stopping-the-brain-drain-in-south-carolina/283338/
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@samharrelson Every region has assets and opportunities. Need 21st c economic development.
@sandymaxey oh sure. but the inequality by region (based on property taxes) in SC is atrocious. sad when schools have to sue their own state http://www.corridorofshame.com/case.php
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@samharrelson Tax policy disparities are way down on the leverage point list.