Join us this Saturday in Miami for a special event, “Placemaking 101 Series – a Strong Towns Curbside Chat”. Strong Towns executive Director, Charles L Marohn, Jr. will share his non-profit’s work through a candid talk about the future of America’s cities, towns and neighborhoods. This is a local free event, and you are encouraged to invite your co-workers, neighbors and friends.
Strong Towns has traveled around the country delivering the Curbside Chat presentation, which is non-technical program, developed specifically for public officials, local advocates and the general public. The presentation will be followed by a community specific discussion on the issues stemming from our unhealthy growth pattern here in South Florida and what we need to do to repair our communities.
- 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 lie 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.
Where: JFI Properties 518 W Flagler ST, Miami, FL 33130
When: Saturday, February 11th, 4pm-7pm.
More information, audio from prior Chats and a Curbside Chat Companion Booklet are available online at www.CurbsideChat.org.
This event is brought to you by an amazing partnership between CNU-Miami, Little Havana Merchant Alliance (LHMA), Little Havana Guide and JFI Properties.
Below, Charles Marohn presents a brief outline of the civic, monetary, and social costs of the automoblie-centric settlement pattern that we have been experimenting with for the last 60 years.
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