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Author Harrison, David S., 1947- author

Title Acting on community views / David Harrison
Published London : University of Washington, Evans School of Public Policy & Governance, 2013
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Summary Arnold Anderson was annoyed. His intensive efforts to bring together Denver city agencies, business owners, environmental advocates and neighborhood activists to spur redevelopment of the Concord Hill neighborhood were unraveling. Arnold prided himself as a facilitator and consultant who city leaders engaged when they got serious about bringing neighborhoods together to shape their future. Arnold believed that this process hinged on educating the stakeholders about the opportunities for increasing density and creating vibrant, vital, and livable spaces. Arnold had to contend with different departments that agreed or disagreed with his plan, and had to reconcile different departmental interests to present a development plan
Notes Originally Published InHarrison, D. (2013). Acting on community views. Seattle, WA: Evans School of Public Policy & Governance, University of Washington
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Subject Anderson, Arnold, active 2013
Community development -- Colorado -- Denver -- Case studies.
Community leadership -- Colorado -- Denver -- Case studies.
Group facilitation -- Colorado -- Denver -- Case studies.
Genre/Form Case studies.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1526484285
9781526484284 (ebook)