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(4) TIF Money can be foundation for creation of “Development Communities,” i.e. partnerships of small developers, government, non-profits, small businesses. Giant projects like Pabst City, the Soliders Home, and Boys Tech can be broken into smaller parts for smaller developers. They can also be phased, with each phase building upon the previous ones.

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(4) TIF Money can be foundation for creation of “Development Communities,” i.e. partnerships of small developers, government, non-profits, small businesses. Giant projects like Pabst City, the Soliders Home, and Boys Tech can be broken into smaller parts for smaller developers. They can also be phased, with each phase building upon the previous ones.

¡Estructura “comunidades del desarrollo” para el renacimiento de Milwaukee! El concepto de junio Eastvold ofrece un modelo para apenas eso.

(5) Build “Development Communities” for Milwaukee Renaissance! June Eastvold’s concept offers a blueprint for just that.

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(4) el dinero de TIF puede ser fundación para la creación de las “comunidades del desarrollo,” es decir las sociedades de reveladores pequeños, gobierno, no-se beneficia, las pequeñas empresas. Los proyectos gigantes tienen gusto de la ciudad de Pabst, el Soliders casero, y el tech de los muchachos se puede romper en piezas más pequeñas para reveladores más pequeños. Pueden también ser puestos en fase, con cada edificio de la fase sobre los anteriores.

(4) TIF Money can be foundation for creation of “Development Communities,” i.e. partnerships of small developers, government, non-profits, small businesses. Giant projects like Pabst City, the Soliders Home, and Boys Tech can be broken into smaller parts for smaller developers. They can also be phased, with each phase building upon the previous ones.

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(2) TIF Money is the great equalizer and spark for projects. Pabst City was a great possibility because the giant TIF dollars possible offered incentive for groups to sign on, but only when the TIF money showed up.

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(2) TIF Money is the great equalizer and spark for projects. Pabst City was a great possibility because the giant TIF dollars possible offered incentive for groups to sign on, but only when the TIF money showed up.

(3) el dinero de TIF puede ser una gran fuerza democratizing si la gente está trabajando con sus concejales para cerciorarse de ningunos boondoggles.

(3) TIF Money can be a great democratizing force if the people are working with their aldermen to make sure no boondoggles.

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(2) el dinero de TIF es el grandes equalizador y chispa para los proyectos. La ciudad de Pabst era una gran posibilidad porque el incentivo ofrecido posible de los dólares gigantes de TIF para los grupos a la muestra encendido, pero solamente
cuando el dinero de TIF demostró para arriba.

(2) TIF Money is the great equalizer and spark for projects. Pabst City was a great possibility because the giant TIF dollars possible offered incentive for groups to sign on, but only when the TIF money showed up.

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Tom Schmitt suggested with consult with artist artisans to come up with a home for him that included some space for an artist/artisan/knowledge worker hostels.

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Tom Schmitt suggested we consult with artist artisans to come up with a home for him that included some space for an artist/artisan/knowledge worker hostels.

Spanish Translations of Some of the Above

Aquí están algunos conceptos que he aprendido alrededor de la aplicación los
proyectos del desarrollo de la ciudad.

Here are some concepts I’ve learned around the issue of city development projects.

(l) Dominado no más de largo por las firmas gigantes como Mandel o deGruneau. Ahora hay un número de reveladores más pequeños con los expedientes acertados.

(l) No longer dominated by giant firms like Mandel or Gruneau. There are now a number of smaller developers with successful records.

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Saturday, November 5, 2005

Tom Schmitt suggested with consult with artist artisans to come up with a home for him that included some space for an artist/artisan/knowledge worker hostels.

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  • Artist, Artisan, and Knowledge Worker Live/Work/Mentor Studios/Habitats

Networks of groups like this could serve as part of the “signed leases” that would launch the Boys Tech Renewal.

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  • Artist, Artisan, and Knowledge Worker Live/Work/Mentor/Market Habitats

Networks of groups like this could serve as part of the “signed leases” that would launch the Boys Tech Renewal, portions of the Soldiers Home, and Pabst Village.

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  • State of the Art Accessibility Features
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Morning November 2, 2005

Here are some concepts I’ve learned around the issue of city development projects.

(l) No longer dominated by giant firms like Mandel or Gruneau. There are now a number of smaller developers with successful records.

(2) TIF Money is the great equalizer and spark for projects. Pabst City was a great possibility because the giant TIF dollars possible offered incentive for groups to sign on, but only when the TIF money showed up.

(3) TIF Money can be a great democratizing force if the people are working with their aldermen to make sure no boondoggles.

(4) TIF Money can be foundation for creation of “Development Communities,” i.e. partnerships of small developers, government, non-profits, small businesses. Giant projects like Pabst City, the Soliders Home, and Boys Tech can be broken into smaller parts for smaller developers. They can also be phased, with each phase building upon the previous ones.

(5) Build “Development Communities” for Milwaukee Renaissance! June Eastvold’s concept offers a blueprint for just that.

What say?

Why not?

Clear sailing,

Godsil

Evening November 2, 2005

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I am hoping to partner with a group of people to purchase a property in Harambee and put our minds, hearts, and resources together for a vision that goes, for starters, something like this:

  • 400 to 700 sq. ft. of brilliantly designed “small is beautiful” habitats with lots of light

and well conceived storage space and shelving

  • Growing Power Year Round City Farming at City “Hamlets”

  • Bucketworks Internet Empowerment Support for

  • Artist, Artisan, and Knowledge Worker Live/Work/Mentor Studios/Habitats

Networks of groups like this could serve as part of the “signed leases” that would launch the Boys Tech Renewal.

Mindful downsizing in big city hamlets with urban farming and state of the art internet powers,

Godsil

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