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Building a Community’s Reputation


Dwight L. Moody said, “If I take care of my character, my reputation will take care of me.” While he was talking in individual terms, the words apply to communities, as well.

Each community has its own unique character or personality and, as a result, a reputation. Although beautiful buildings, fun programming and inviting spaces are important, it’s the people who more strongly shape that reputation.

Protecting a community’s reputation is about a shared vision and mutual respect among neighbors. Communities that seek common ground, while welcoming diversity of opinion and innovative thinking, stand head and shoulders above the rest.

– Lesley Nalley, Hot Springs Village POA

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