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- RT @MMLeague: .@EnriquePenalosa talks cities w/ @NathanTriplett @RepVickiBarnett and Lois Allen-Richardson @DPGilmartin t.co/L7T0kJQ… Time ago 8 Hours via Twitter for Android
- Truth> "In #cities mobility and traffic are different problems and require different solutions." Per @EnriquePenalosa Time ago 9 Hours via Twitter for Android
- "Cities give more space to cars than people. And give more space to park them too. Who decided this?" > @EnriquePenalosa Time ago 9 Hours via Twitter for Android
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Tag Archives: MSHDA
I am really excited about the work being done in Michigan around re-energizing our economy through quality place-based strategies and practices. Cities, as we know, play an enormous role in establishing a sound economy. One of the latest projects from … Continue reading
I am in Seattle this week attending the National League of Cities (NLC) annual conference. There are a number of very interesting topics on the agenda. I will be adding to this blog throughout the week with the latest updates … Continue reading
We at the Michigan Municipal League are excited about the opportunities to partner with the state of Michigan, Michigan State University, business leaders and civic groups on the ‘MiPlace’ Initiative. The initiative is a one-of-kind partnership to jump start communities … Continue reading
I am in Stockholm, Sweden this week with 200+ others from around the world attending the Future of Places conference, a forum established to transform places through placemaking and efforts in public spaces. After an opening reception this evening at … Continue reading
A key to restoring economic prosperity in Michigan is creating the kinds of communities where people want to live. One way we do that is by repurposing or utilizing again buildings and infrastructure that have been in decline. This month’s … Continue reading