Headlines: Saturday Evening Post
December 4, 2008, 9:42 am Live Blog: The Automakers PleadBy FLOYD NORRIS
Losing Youth, Growing Older
Young  Professional  Households    in Metro    ChicagoYoung Talent in the Great Lakes: How  Michigan is Faring – July 2008...
Young   Professional   Households     in Metro   MinneapolisYoung Talent in the Great Lakes: How  Michigan is Faring – Jul...
Young  Professional  Households    in Metro     DetroitYoung Talent in the Great Lakes: How  Michigan is Faring – July 200...
Foreclosures
Housing Demand Changing 2005 – 2030                                   + 40 Million              + 15 MillionMillions ofUni...
Increased Housing/Transportation Costs
Michigan Rankings – January 2011 •   Unemployment                      48th •   Real Gross Domestic Product       49th •  ...
Graduation Rates  Michigan
2005: Only 27% of Michiganparents feel a collegeeducation is essential to theirchildren’s success.       Source: EPIC-MRA ...
STRUCTURAL  CHANGEThe world has changed and we must changetoo. The world has changed and we mustchange too.
Headlines: Saturday Evening Post
The(SaturdayEvening)   Post  1961
“Kites risehighestagainst thewind, notwith it.”–- Winston Churchill
Neighborhoods, cities and regionsare awakening to the importance of― place in economic development.They are planning for a...
This work has been described as a ― sense of place,or place-based economic development, or simply ―placemaking. Economic d...
MI-Place Partnership Initiative•   Placemaking Economic Development•   Centers-Nodes-Corridors•   Michigan Municipalities•...
MI-Place Partnership Initiative• The goal of The MI-Place Partnership  Initiative is to create more jobs, raise  incomes a...
MI-Place Partnership Initiative•   Toolkits•   Education/training•   Regional and local strategic action plans•   State te...
Curriculum•   Organization Structure•   Research - Science•   Foundation•   Courses•   Setting stage for cultural change• ...
Modules – Levels                  1. People and Place                                  2. Economics of Place              ...
Moving Pieces•   Curriculum•   Engagement Strategy•   Current Education Resources/Trainings•   Clearing House•   State Fie...
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Reinventing Michigan Through Placemaking
Reinventing Michigan Through Placemaking
Reinventing Michigan Through Placemaking
Reinventing Michigan Through Placemaking
Reinventing Michigan Through Placemaking
Reinventing Michigan Through Placemaking
Reinventing Michigan Through Placemaking
Reinventing Michigan Through Placemaking
Reinventing Michigan Through Placemaking
Reinventing Michigan Through Placemaking
Reinventing Michigan Through Placemaking
Reinventing Michigan Through Placemaking
Reinventing Michigan Through Placemaking
Reinventing Michigan Through Placemaking
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Reinventing Michigan Through Placemaking
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  • From left, Rick Wagoner of General Motors, Ron Gettelfinger of the U.A.W, Alan R. Mulally of Ford and Robert L. Nardelli of Chrysler. (Doug Mills/The New York Times)
  • Curriculum – content, distribute Engagement Strategy – continue to train staff, conferences
  • Reinventing Michigan Through Placemaking

    1. 1. Headlines: Saturday Evening Post
    2. 2. December 4, 2008, 9:42 am Live Blog: The Automakers PleadBy FLOYD NORRIS
    3. 3. Losing Youth, Growing Older
    4. 4. Young Professional Households in Metro ChicagoYoung Talent in the Great Lakes: How Michigan is Faring – July 2008 – Michigan Future, Inc.
    5. 5. Young Professional Households in Metro MinneapolisYoung Talent in the Great Lakes: How Michigan is Faring – July 2008 – Michigan Future, Inc.
    6. 6. Young Professional Households in Metro DetroitYoung Talent in the Great Lakes: How Michigan is Faring – July 2008 – Michigan Future, Inc.
    7. 7. Foreclosures
    8. 8. Housing Demand Changing 2005 – 2030 + 40 Million + 15 MillionMillions ofUnits - 23 Million Attached Small Lot (7,000 sf less) Large Lot (over 7,000 sf) Source: Metropolitan Inst. Virginian Tech.
    9. 9. Increased Housing/Transportation Costs
    10. 10. Michigan Rankings – January 2011 • Unemployment 48th • Real Gross Domestic Product 49th • Real Personal Income Per Capita 40th • Children Living in Poverty 38th • Bachelor’s Degree or Higher 36th • Violent crimes per 100,000 39th
    11. 11. Graduation Rates Michigan
    12. 12. 2005: Only 27% of Michiganparents feel a collegeeducation is essential to theirchildren’s success. Source: EPIC-MRA Your Child Survey, April 2005.
    13. 13. STRUCTURAL CHANGEThe world has changed and we must changetoo. The world has changed and we mustchange too.
    14. 14. Headlines: Saturday Evening Post
    15. 15. The(SaturdayEvening) Post 1961
    16. 16. “Kites risehighestagainst thewind, notwith it.”–- Winston Churchill
    17. 17. Neighborhoods, cities and regionsare awakening to the importance of― place in economic development.They are planning for a future thatrecognizes the critical importanceof quality of life to attractingtalent, entrepreneurship and encouraging localbusinesses. Competing for success in a globalmarketplace means creating places where workers,entrepreneurs, and businesses want to locate, investand expand.
    18. 18. This work has been described as a ― sense of place,or place-based economic development, or simply ―placemaking. Economic development and communitydevelopment are two sides of the same coin. Acommunity without place amenities will have adifficult time attracting and retaining talented workersand entrepreneurs, or being attractive to business. A Special Message from Governor Rick Snyder: Community Development and Local Government Reforms to the Legislature on March 21, 2011
    19. 19. MI-Place Partnership Initiative• Placemaking Economic Development• Centers-Nodes-Corridors• Michigan Municipalities• Globally Competitive• Talent Retention and Attraction• Cultural Transformation
    20. 20. MI-Place Partnership Initiative• The goal of The MI-Place Partnership Initiative is to create more jobs, raise incomes and thereby restore prosperity in Michigan at least in part, through targeted local and regional placemaking activities.
    21. 21. MI-Place Partnership Initiative• Toolkits• Education/training• Regional and local strategic action plans• State technical assistance - Consultancy• Local project action plans• Measurements of progress and outcomes
    22. 22. Curriculum• Organization Structure• Research - Science• Foundation• Courses• Setting stage for cultural change• Policy change
    23. 23. Modules – Levels 1. People and Place 2. Economics of Place 6 3. Neighborhoods & 4 5 Basi 1 2 3 Connections cInte 4. Form Planning & rme Regulation diatPra e ct ition 5. Public Involvement er throughTea cher Collaborative Design 6. Applied Placemaking
    24. 24. Moving Pieces• Curriculum• Engagement Strategy• Current Education Resources/Trainings• Clearing House• State Field Staff Organization – Consultancy
    25. 25. video

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