James Sheldon at Friends of Hudson
The Cost of Sprawl
Sunday, March 5, 10 am
James Sheldon’s talks and columns have helped many of us better understand the financial burdens on individuals and communities that result from unmanaged growth and development.
His monthly column on local land use and finance issues,“Views From Gallatin,” appears in The Independent and The Millerton News.
His website Little Town Views explores the economic and political realities of growth in small communities.
James Sheldon draws on his background in investment management to research and discuss unmanaged growth in non-sentimental terms, concentrating on the fiscal and policy issues and impacts. His conclusions hard-hitting because they are based in fact and financial analysis.
Sunday, March 5, 10 am-noon
Friends of Hudson
611 Warren Street, 2nd floor