officials as they set the budget and allocate resources. End of excerpt … article continues with: 2. Have a specific action plan; 3. Provide for local “adoption” of projects; 4. Find those early success projects…
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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.