NEIGHBORHOODS AREN’T DEAD. We don’t care what you’ve read or what you’ve heard. People like to complain about how times have changed and about the loss of neighborly customs. But our neighborhoods never died. Too many of us just stopped caring about them – even here in the Chippewa Valley.
In most cases, our neighborhoods are just … broken. We neglected them so they stopped working. But the need for a good neighborhood – and for good neighbors – is always here. And it’s time we made a serious decision to fill that need.