Character Towns: Positioning small cities and towns for the new economy
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
noon - 1:30 p.m. EDT
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Orlando LEED-certified planner and author Bill Kercher will share his observations on what makes a “character town” – a small city or town with friendly and inviting neighborhoods and an engaging business community both of which support a sociable and civil society; a society that is proud of its home town, protective of its heritage and committed to its well-being. Using Florida communities as examples, Kercher will discuss essential attributes of character towns and provide action strategies to transform Florida’s cities into livable and economically vibrant communities of the 21st century.
Vivian Young, firstname.lastname@example.org