Inside this week’s Milford Chronicle is a 16-page special Progress section, an opportunity to tout just a portion of the progress Milford has seen in the last few years.
Milford’s zip code 19963 grew by 26.9 percent, and an overwhelming number of those new residents, 91.78 percent, were in the 60-65 age bracket.
From an editor’s point of view, there was no problem finding stories about progress. . . positive stories.
In preparing content, I talked with people who had been here for decades, people who had seen boom and bust, as well as some newer Milfordians.
The section takes a look on how Milford is growing into its brand: River Town, Art Town, Home Town.
The bottom line seems to be that Milford is a work in progress, and perhaps the one flaw with this section is that the stories are incomplete, unfinished and a snapshot in time.
I’m betting that future stories are in the making about how Milford becomes an even larger star in the state’s crown, a regional destination for art, culture and ecotourism.
So many residents are committed to Milford, willing to donate time, talent and resources to improve business, culture and quality of life.
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