Friday, March 07, 2008

In This Months Business Monthly

The title “General Manager of Columbia” has always intrigued me. Some towns have a city manager, some have mayors but Columbia is the only town I know of that has a general manager. Of course it is a little misleading. The general manager of Columbia is not an elected position and the only thing the general manager manages in Columbia is private real estate owned by General Growth Properties. The Columbia general manager is essentially a development director.

Since Columbia is a town that was conceived by a real estate development company the towns’ main development person has always been a pretty high profile position. Each general manager has dealt with a unique set of challenges over the towns forty year history. Greg Hamm will certainly be no exception. I thought it would be fun to dedicate a column to welcoming him.

5 comments:

Iconic Xer. said...

Hey, WB. I'd be really delighted if you could work out your blog URLs so that each new post had a unique URL. Right now, it's hard to link to your posts (such as when I write the weekly Blog Log) because each post shows as wordbones.com.

Such help abounds in time banking. http://www.time-banking-in-columbia-md.com/

wordbones said...

iconic.xer,

My dear, my posts do have unique URL's...at least I think they do. In fact, "http://writing-the-wrongs.blogspot.com/2008/03/in-this-months-business-monthly.html" would link you directly to this particular post.

That being said, I will look into the time banking thingy...I promise.

-wb

Iconic Xer. said...

Yes, they do. You're right, WB. I often come to your site via wordbones.com, which leaves me in an endless loop of wordbones.com, wordbones.com, wordbones.com. If I come to your site through ezcolumbia, I find your URLs just fine. Sorry to have troubled you.

wordbones said...

iconic xer,

Ah, tis no trouble at all.

-wb

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