Month: February 2010

The People Define the City

Technology allows lots of people to work from home in a snow storm. Colleagues email one another. They catch up on newsletters unread and webinars unviewed. But there is little satisfaction in it.  Most bide their time until the office or business reopens. Upon returning, friends and peers reengage with a vengeance. There is invigoration

Continue reading

Cities Can’t Cut Their Way to Prosperity

“Cities to cut….” will be the prevailing storyline in much of the coverage of city fiscal conditions over the next couple of years.  But, city leaders still have the job of making decisions that position their cities for prosperity in the future according to 50+ local officials who participated in an NLC seminar in late

Continue reading