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VOICE meeting focuses on promoting green spaces in Evansville

Markus and Coreen Christel are already working on many of the ideas discussed during Tuesday night’s “flower pot” meeting on brainstorming ideas and a plan for developing green space in Evansville.

Evansville's Past, Present and Potential: Do ‘ghosts’ linger and govern the future?

In this segment, The Trend’s new host Cass Herrington digs around Evansville’s history to find context for local attitudes toward change and developments.

First, David Coker sets the stage with an expose of Evansville’s manufacturing heyday. Coker has written extensively about the automotive history of Evansville and Southern Indiana for the Courier and Press and several publications.

History lives on at a local watering hole, Lamasco Bar and Grill. Owner Amy Word talks about the significance of the name, “Lamasco,” which was initially a separate township from the city of Evansville. Word is also the president of the Franklin Street Events Association, a coalition of local businesses that is striving to breathe new life and development into the West Side of town. 

Finally, Executive Director of Leadership Evansville Lynn Miller-Pease will round out the conversation by sharing the visions and dreams for the future of Evansville. Miller-Pease represents VOICE, which conducted 32 brainstorming sessions across town to record and analyze Evansville residents’ wishes for the future.

VOICE announces 'big action meetings'

EVANSVILLE, IN (WFIE) -

 

VOICE is an Evansville community organization giving residents an opportunity to express their vision of the city's future.  
City Leaders Announce Findings in VOICE Project
Today, Evansville leaders unveil a research project about the good and bad parts of Evansville. The VOICE project asked people across the city at several public meetings about how the city can be better.

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10.15.2013

Markus and Coreen Christel are already working on many of the ideas discussed during Tuesday night’s “flower pot” meeting on brainstorming ideas and a plan for developing green space in Evansville.

09.06.2013

In this segment, The Trend’s new host Cass Herrington digs around Evansville’s history to find context for local attitudes toward change and developments.

First, David Coker sets the stage with an expose of Evansville’s manufacturing heyday. Coker has written extensively about the automotive history of Evansville and Southern Indiana for the Courier and Press and several publications.

History lives on at a local watering hole, Lamasco Bar and Grill. Owner Amy Word talks about the significance of the name, “Lamasco,” which was initially a separate township from the city of Evansville. Word is also the president of the Franklin Street Events Association, a coalition of local businesses that is striving to breathe new life and development into the West Side of town. 

Finally, Executive Director of Leadership Evansville Lynn Miller-Pease will round out the conversation by sharing the visions and dreams for the future of Evansville. Miller-Pease represents VOICE, which conducted 32 brainstorming sessions across town to record and analyze Evansville residents’ wishes for the future.

09.04.2013

EVANSVILLE, IN (WFIE) -

 

VOICE is an Evansville community organization giving residents an opportunity to express their vision of the city's future.  
09.03.2013
Today, Evansville leaders unveil a research project about the good and bad parts of Evansville. The VOICE project asked people across the city at several public meetings about how the city can be better.

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