Thursday, December 28, 2006

New blog you may be interested in

Scott Greider has an interesting blog called "Scott's Simple Story."

Scott is a native of Fort Wayne. He and his family currently live in New York. They plan on moving back to Fort Wayne next year. They have purchased a home downtown and Scott plans on getting involved with the effort to re-vitalize downtown.

Scott is an architect and a Libertarian. Scott is 100% in favor of re-vitalizing downtown Fort Wayne and brings an interesting perspective to the discussion.

From Scott's blog you can link to several other sites that provide information about both "The Wizards" and downtown development.

I have put a link to Scott's Blog on my sidebar. I have him listed under Fort Wayne blogs since he is moving back to Fort Wayne in the near future.

You can also following this link to his blog:
<http://greiders.blogspot.com/>

Mike Sylvester

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the kind words. Looking forward with great anticipation to heading back and getting involved... even if it means dragging other along kicking and screaming! ;-)

Tim Zank said...

I look forward to reading your blog Scott and welcome you to the area blogosphere.

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