When: Wednesday, October 2 at 1:30 PM
Where: Lycoming College, Lecture Seminar Auditorium D001 (map)
Contact/RSVP: www.ldgstrongtowns.eventbrite.com or 570-323-6603
1:30 From Where We Stand: Keith Kuzio, Larson Design Group
1:35 What We Hope to Learn Today: Mayor Gabriel Campana, City of Williamsport
1:40 Learning From History: Regional Development Kurt Hausammann, AICP, Lycoming County
1:50 The Role of Colleges in Regional Development: Dr. Kent Trachte, President, Lycoming College
2:00 Curbside Chat: Charles (Chuck) Marohn, Executive Director, Strong Towns
3:00 Q & A
The Curbside Chat is a candid conversation about the future of America's cities, towns and neighborhoods. It is a presentation, followed by a community-specific discussion, about the financial health of the places Americans have built.
Why are our cities and towns so short of resources despite decades of robust growth?
Why do we struggle at the local level just to maintain our basic infrastructure?
What do we do now that the economy has changed so dramatically?
The answers are found in the way we have developed; the financial productivity of our places. This stunning presentation is a game-changer for communities looking to grow more resilient and obtain true prosperity during changing times.
More information on the Curbside Chat:
- Expert on stronger towns scheduled in the Sun Gazette