Barley Snyder’s Cook Named to Coalition for Smart Growth Board

Barley Snyder is pleased to announce that attorney Lindsey M. Cook has been named to the board of directors of the Coalition for Smart Growth, a nonprofit organization promoting responsible development in Lancaster County.

The all-volunteer organization strives for a “prosperous, vibrant community that achieves balanced growth and protects its unique heritage,” according to its website. The group works proactively to seek common ground between mixed-use, higher-density development and the preservation of agriculture and natural areas and promotes livable, walkable communities.

“As one of the fastest-growing counties in Pennsylvania, Lancaster County’s natural beauty and its agriculture industry need to balance with the pressures of development,” Cook said. “The coalition works with decision-makers and private industry to ensure development of our land is thoughtful and deliberate. I look forward to working with the group to promote smart development that allows the county to flourish while preserving Lancaster’s distinctive character.”

Cook, a Lancaster County native, is a member of the Barley Snyder Litigation Practice Group. In addition to her new position with the coalition, she is also a member of the advisory group of the Lancaster Chamber Young Professionals Network and serves on the United Way of Lancaster County’s Campaign Committee.

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