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May 01, 2008


Tom Christoffel

Hello Suzanne - Smart communities are often regional communities. I've been in regional planning 35 years and see the emergence of "regional community" in the U.S. and around the world. Worldwide localities are facing the same issues. A link to this post will be in the next issue of Regional Community Development News. It will be on-line May8 at http://regional-communities.blogspot.com/ Please visit, check the tools and consider a link. Tom

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