A problem in our town, and I suspect in many smaller communities is deciding the right strategy for economic development. It seems to me that most still pursue businesses that will bring jobs, but maybe they ought to look more at recruiting residents. We have a 95,000 sq ft industrial building we have been trying to fill and one of the big hurdles is the laborshed studies in the immediate area. It brings up the question as to what is the right strategy. We are 30 miles from a decent sized metro that has a lot of growth and projected growth. It would seem to me that marketing to that area and selling our smaller, in town school district plus our Main Street, Aquatic Center, and generally safer small town life make more sense than trying to hook some business while you have a questionable labor shed report. Thoughts?