Steve Schnarr has noticed the growth of Columbia as it pushes south toward his home near Easley. What used to be open pasture land along Route K is now residential subdivisions. And along Smith Hatchery Road, a pasture, feed mill and hog farm have been leveled in preparation for a new development. Schnarr, 34, said the No. 1 priority for Columbia in the future should be the environment, specifically including green space in development plans.
This is my ENVIRONMENT
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