It's A Real Town After All
Robert Steuteville has spent some time in Celebration, and comments on the recent events and the flurry of press that followed:
"Celebration, of course, never did occupy make-believe terrain, a realm somewhere outside the real world. The residents have jobs, and lose them. They have families, which sometimes break apart. There are drugs, and disease, and mental illness. The town has not been immune from the nation's economic woes, especially in Florida, where housing values have plummeted."
Steuteville says that the press is missing the boat on this story:
"What's missing from this story is that the town - the streets, the squares, and the main street - have a deeper meaning than that of a stage set. "
Thanks to Robert Steuteville