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Tag Archives: Michigan
In Michigan we are in the process of reinventing ourselves. Once the premiere manufacturing hub of the western hemisphere, Michigan has struggled in recent decades with a weakened economy associated with de-industrialization and the corresponding shrinking of our cities. The … Continue reading
A new set of survey results from the University of Michigan Ford School of Public Policy details a big increase in the use of placemaking as a core economic development strategy in Michigan communities. This is great news for … Continue reading
Here are two great publications about placemaking and economic growth in the Great Lakes region. The Review goes in-depth on strategies and advancements in Michigan.The Michigan Municipal League’s Partnership for Place agenda provides a path for making great things happen. … Continue reading
Things here in the Great Lakes State are on hold a bit with the unbelievably vicious weather. The snow is being registered in feet, not inches. The cold is being measured in units below Zero. In many cases, wwwaaayyy below … Continue reading
“The future of thriving and resilient cities is not led by sustaining or innovating around infrastructure and services, but by building the capacity of communities to drive their own shared value–to sustain Placemaking.” So says Ethan Kent. And I think … Continue reading