Julian Price’s work provides an excellent model for sustainable development

Good reporting invites the reader to learn more, as was the case with Michael Muller's “A Quiet Visionary” [Aug. 18, Xpress].

On the home page of the Public Interest Project website I found a succinct paragraph recounting Julian Price's " desire to invest in business and real estate projects which contribute to an exciting, diverse and sustainable downtown while producing a reasonable rate of return."

The last seven words of that statement suggest a vision within the vision: success without excess. In his quiet way, Julian Price may well have modeled the seamless life of sustainability.

— Joy Bartlett

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