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Tag Archives: Josh McManus
Here are three excellent videos that explore how we can improve the places where we live and build communities that thrive, compliments of the Michigan Municipal League’s video vault. “Fall in Love with the Problem”- Josh McManus, on civic engagement … Continue reading
The National League of Cities‘ annual Congress of Cities event is taking place this week in Boston. I will be blogging about the events and happenings, with a special emphasis on new ideas that can help make cities of all … Continue reading
For the next day-and-a-half I have the distinct pleasure of working with some of the leading minds in placemaking from around the country. People like Fred Kent, John Norquist, Josh McManus, Nate Berg and about 50 others are gathered at … Continue reading
Last week hundreds of local leaders from around Michigan and elsewhere gathered on Mackinac Island to discuss the latest challenges facing cities and villages. Lots of research was presented, best practices were covered, and there was a free flow of new … Continue reading
This month’s Prosperity Agenda radio show on News/Talk 760 WJR focuses on entrepreneurialism and the key role it plays in Michigan’s future. The Prosperity Agenda is a monthly radio show that challenges listeners to help make Michigan a better place … Continue reading