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Crestview’s growth spurt shows no signs of slowing

| Tony Judnich
As more housing units are built in and near fast-growing Crestview, the construction of more stores and other businesses follows. “Supply and demand is the direct connection between residential (project) approvals and commercial approvals,” Crestview City Manager Tim Bolduc said at the City Council’s budget retreat workshop at the Robert L.F. Sikes Public Library on July 6. “It is not a chicken and the egg question. It’s: Without the chicken, you ain’t getting the egg. So, without the residential, you’re not getting the commercial.”
New homes being built at the Ridgeway Landing subdivision on Old Bethel Road.


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