Charles Marohn and Joe Minicozzi will be presenting multiple sessions for The Community Institute's Session 4 on community economics.
Cities and towns in Maine are making decisions each day that improve their economic health or unfortunately, make things worse for community members, businesses and taxpayers. Join this session to learn the facts, the nuts and bolts, the numbers that don't lie, about how we can grow healthy Maine communities.
- decisions our communities make that are good investments for the future
- the difference between growth and productive growth that builds wealth for our communities
- how transportation systems can create prosperity in our communities
- being obsessive about accounting for revenues, expenses, assets, and long term liabilities
- how our development patterns can create productivity
- how our communities need leadership that understands these principles
- resources for your community so that your community can shape its own future
- how you can empower people to get engaged and involved
- how to turn ideas into actions
- how to harness the energy in your community and how to energize your community
Faculty members are Charles Marohn from Strong Towns, Joe Minicozzi from Urban3 LLC, and other state, regional and local leaders.
$125 per person for extensive 1 day session, includes continental breakfast, lunch and all materials.