and the public. You can do this through questionnaires or preference surveys, followed by a workshop that allows face-to-face interaction. This process allows for open discussion of priorities and any obstacles to an item’s implementation….
Search Results for by Jim Segedy, FAICP, and Lisa Hollingsworth-Segedy, AICP
The Secrets of Successful Communities
Basics of Putting Together a Comprehensive Plan
Planner & Commissioner
Preparing Citizen Surveys
An Introduction to Form-Based Codes
Building Your Local Economy
Planner Gwendolyn Hallsmith offers a progressive take on planning for local economic development in this five-part series starting with Coping With Economic Meltdown.
Also, take a look at our extended reprints from economic development planner Della Rucker's excellent book, The Local Economy Revolution.