IT’S A DONE DEAL
Keywords:political environment of business
Christine Czarnik has been going about her business unaware that she is on a collision course with town council. She spent the better part of the last decade rehabbing two different homes in the historic district. Now, town council has unveiled a vision plan that will radically change the face of downtown. Czarnik immediately got involved, attending meetings, and making her voice heard, but council ignored her appeals. She only has one option left, but it will be a costly one. They say you can’t fight city hall. Should she even try? What does a concerned citizen do when government is unresponsive?
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