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In 1889, Durham leaders stated the main objective for the town was to use capital and labor, as a way to promote manufacturing enterprises. Today, Durham has become a center of education, industry, trade, and medicine, and continues to map new expansion.
Southern Durham Development Commission's contentious 751 South project proposes residential development near Jordan Lake's natural watershed. Commissioner Ellen Reckhow now stands alone in opposition to the plan since Becky Heron's resignation, the only other environmental supporter.