Preservation of these last 22 acres are critical to preserving the iconic westerly view of the mountains at Exit 4, Randolph
's gateway, and to protect the prime agricultural land that is downhill and adjacent to the site from potential runoff that would be caused if the site were to be developed.
"What a remarkable turnaround, and what an amazing opportunity we have. We were faced with a proposal that included more than a million square feet of development. Now we are on the cusp of protecting 150 acres of farmland, saving some of the most important scenic views from Interstate 89, and taking a key step to help build a stronger downtown Randolph."