* Charlotte Sustainability – POSITIONING SMART GROWTH, Planning for Charlotte’s Economic and Fiscal Health, May 14

With the City of Charlotte FINALLY getting serious about moving forward with the development of a Sustainability Plan, this will be a very enlightening program. Mark your calendar and plan to attend!

Planning for Charlotte’s Economic and Fiscal Health

Cvic by Design May 2013

Images:  East Boulevard, Midtown Greenway, and Southend

CIVIC BY DESIGN FORUM (special location and time)
Tuesday, May 14, 2013  |  6pm — 8pm
UNCC Auditorium, Uptown Campus
320 East Ninth Street
Charlotte NCTHE MAY 14 EVENT: 

Please join the City of Charlotte and Plan Charlotte for a community dialogue by Smart Growth America. Presentations will be made by Roger Millar and William Fulton of Smart Growth America, focusing on ways Smart Growth can position the city’s long-term economic health and competitiveness.

QUESTIONS?  info@civicbydesign.comHOSTS:    Plan Charlotte, City of Charlotte


As part of our initiative:
Back to the basic Rs:
Charlotte towards a Relevant Region of the future
The mission of the Civic By Design Forum is to elevate the quality of our region’s built environment and to promote public participation in the creation of a more beautiful and functional region for all. We achieve our mission by engaging and uniting businesses, non-profits, academic institutions, municipal governments, and citizens through civic design. This is a free and open to the public forum in our ninth year of activity. The Forum is sponsored through partnerships with the Levine Museum of the New South, the Foundation for the Carolinas, Crossroads Charlotte, American Institute of Architects Charlotte, the Congress for the New Urbanism Carolinas, the Charlotte Sierra Club, the US Green Building Council Charlotte, the City of Belmont, the Charlotte Area Bicycle Alliance, the Charlotte Mixed-Income Housing Coalition, Congress of Residential Architecture Charlotte, the Institute of Classical Architecture and Classical America Charlotte, the Mixed-Income Housing Coalition, City of Charlotte Transportation and Planning, Charlotte Center City Partners, Sustain Charlotte, and the Public Art Program of Charlotte’s Arts & Science Council, TreesCharlotte, and participants like you.  Thomas E. Low AIA CNU LEED AICP NCARB, Chair, Civic By Design Forum. © 2013

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