With property values and tax revenues continuing to fall, 2012 was not an easy year for Fayetteville. But what looks to be the beginning of an economic recovery paired with an ever-frugal city government might just signal better things to come in 2013.
The year saw what might be the beginnings of a reversal from the city’s years-long state of lackluster economic growth and development.
Ground was broken in the fall on Brandywine Boulevard for the city’s largest project in the past three years. The 4.33-acre site will be the location of the Hope Assisted Living and Memory Care Center. Read More»