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Town Team Movement
Thursday, May 14, 2020 by MINTI 2 Weeks ago star
Town Teams are placemakers. They are proactive groups of businesses, landowners & residents working with local governments to improve a place.

The Town Team Movement is a not-for-profit group, some projects delivering local government projects are fee for service.



 

The idea is that Local governments can help deliver the ‘hardware’ of a place, while the town team can help upgrade the ‘software’ of a place.



Place Activation

The most cost-effective and powerful way for local governments to be placemakers and activate places is to allow it to happen rather than making it happen themselves. This means local governments and communities need to be clear on their vision and goals. If the event or activity delivers on the placemaking goals, it should be approved as quickly as... read more...  comments [0]
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