This month’s edition of the Prosperity Agenda radio show focuses on placemaking efforts in Michigan and the impact some of these projects have on working toward a more vibrant state. The show also includes a conversation with new MSHDA (Michigan State Housing Development Authority) Executive Director Scott Woosley. Woosley discusses Michigan’s efforts to promote affordable housing, revitalize some of the struggling communities and attract new investment to the state. The Prosperity Agenda is a monthly radio show that challenges listeners to help make Michigan a better place to live, work and play by creating vibrant and prosperous local communities. It airs on News/Talk 760 WJR on the fourth Wednesday of each month. However, our November showed aired Monday, Nov. 26 and you can listen to it anytime at the League’s website or by subscribing to the FREE iTunes podcast. My co-host for the hour-long program is Claire Nelson, publisher of the online magazine, Model D. In addition to Woosley, other guests are Luke Forrest, the Michigan Municipal League’s Project Coordinator for the Center for 21st Century Communities; and Ed Dalheim of the MarCom Awards. Learn more about this placemaking concept here as well as on this blog.
SEE THE CONVERSATION
Dan Gilmartin (DPGilmartin)
- Detroit "Cool" may have just jumped the shark> Michael Bolton filming documentary about spirit of Detroit t.co/zHWwZaQzXB Time ago 10 Hours via Tweet Button
- PlacePlans> #Placemaking on the southern shores of Lake Superior t.co/XOR6VrWwjt @upsecondwave @carolineup Time ago 10 Hours via Tweet Button
- Invest in mass #transit to retain young people, Michigan Municipal League says t.co/t9SL3rhAr0 Time ago 10 Hours via Tweet Button
Follow @DPGilmartin on twitter.
A monthly radio show that challenges listeners to help
create vibrant and prosperous
Subscribe to the iTunes podcast or click play to listen to the latest show.