Jim Morley hit plenty of high notes in his career as a land developer, with more than a dozen housing developments at one point that stretched across the city’s eastside. The depth and duration of the 2008-09 recession, however, put most of those developments on ice. By mid-2008, funding had dried up and lot sales […]
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