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On Common Ground - The Vitality of Small Communities

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Date Published: June 2013

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This article from the National Association of Realtors (NAR) “On Common Ground” magazine highlights vibrant small towns and communities. “Across the country, community leaders are joining together to bring new life back to small towns. They are doing it by focusing on smart growth that highlights the existing assets of a community — its history, culture and landscape — or by creating a new source of vitality, such as by encouraging artists to flourish or by undertaking creative placemaking,” notes NAR.
 

Keywords: implementation; case study; report; economic development; funding; housing; implementation; public engagement; rural areas; small towns and tribes; rural

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