Wednesday October 21, 2009 | Charlotte 2020 Vision Plan

October 19, 2009 at 11:08 am | Posted in Coming Up | 4 Comments

Charlotte has recently announced plans to create the Center City 2020 Vision Plan that will guide the growth and development of Charlotte’s “urban core” over the next 10 years. Similar plans have been made and, at least partially, implemented throughout Charlotte’s recent past. So today we’ll talk about whether these plans have, in the past, been realized and we’ll find out what the planners are recommending for Charlotte in the next decade.
Guests
Michael Smith
– President and CEO of Charlotte Center City Partners
Debra Campbell – Director of the Charlotte Mecklenburg Planning Department
Dr. Daniel Lacofano – Founding principal of MIG, an urban planning and design firm

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  1. You’ve covered everything about the criminal justice system but its affect on the victims. This is the element so often ignored.

  2. During the show, I’d like to hear information on light rail connectivity from North County to Center City. What is the new Center City Transportation Council’s vision for bringing in revenue from North County Residents?

  3. Please comment on public spaces.
    It is a key to a city’s health, economically, socially, and politically to be rich with public spaces.

  4. How about Steel Creek Area……?????
    The future developement of the bullet train connecting Atlanta to DC…..???


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