The sustainable Fairview development needs a new name. I gather one hasn't been chosen yet, though various alternatives have been suggested. Not surprisingly, I'm still attracted to the names I shared with other investors many months ago: "Terramore" and "Terros," with "Terramore" being my current favorite. I'll admit that Terros resonates too closely with "terror" for today's anxious times. I'm probably the only SFA member who likes Terramore, but that's OK. Diversity is what we're all about. It just has that wonderful Arthurian ring; plus, you get the generally recognizable Terra, followed by an interesting play on words--"amore," or love, and more, implying that this Terramore place gives you...more.
Few of the other suggestions I've seen do much for me. Except, "Econia Village," or Econia something-or-other. It's a little bit Balkan sounding ("We now introduce the Ambassador from Econia"), and a little bit Utopian sounding ("Econia, where nothing is wasted, and everyone is happy all the time"). However, a big plus is the "Eco" beginning, which suggests this place is something ecological. And it has a connection with the Native American Ekone word that has been considered, though this is a minor consideration, in my opinon. I don't like "Ekone." It sounds flat and weak to me, and doesn't conjure up any meanings, as Econia does.