Category Archives: Public Welfare

Public meetings offer opportunties to learn more

Here’s a few public meetings this week that engaged citizens might find interesting. Two focus on the homeless shelter proposal by Safe Harbor and a third focuses on Hickory Hills. Safe Harbor Safe Harbor will be hosting two discussions about … Continue reading

Posted in News, Parks and Recreation, Public Welfare

Traverse City’s corridors of opportunity

Yesterday, the City Commission reviewed the Corridor Improvement plan that was recently adopted as guiding policy by the Planning Commission and reported in the Ticker. The plan is a resource for the City to address five of our most under-achieving … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Development, Public safety, Public Welfare

11 top ten lists for Traverse City to make by 2025

Traverse City has made a fair share of top ten lists the past few years. Some deserved, others more regional than city focused, and some obvious marketing ploys. Recently, I’ve asked GH4TC campaign committee members and other city residents, some … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Development, Public Health, Public safety, Public Welfare, Resilience, Social Capital