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The art of creating vibrant places is a bit different today for local government officials than it was a generation ago. I see three overarching reasons why this is true.
Michelle Bruch | Thursday, October 13, 2011
A city is more than the sum of its buildings, streets and parks. The passion that residents have about where they live is an "X" factor that can be measured and studied over time. Economic planners and policy shapers agree on this: When residents are more engaged in a community, economic investment follows.
Poster for CEOs for Cities' US Initiative in Detroit For the past decade, CEOs for Cities has been building a national network of urban leaders working to define and catalyze the next generation of great American cities.