The American Planning Association offers principles for improving U.S. infrastructure. Michigan needs an extra $4 billion a year in infrastructure spending
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The city of Bay City was awarded a cost-share grant from the Michigan Association of Planning to incorporate community resiliency into the master plan that Carlisle/Wortman Associates is preparing.
Two bills in the Michigan legislature would effectively eliminate historic districts.
Carlisle/Wortman Associates representatives have served on the Michigan Association of Planning board of directors almost continuously for 20 years.
Managing and enforcing zoning should be the zoning administrator’s primary – or only – job.
Carlisle/Wortman staffers are in demand as speakers with professional and student organizations and municipalities
Everybody’s talking about infrastructure. The Michigan Association of Planning has made it a focus of their policy planning for the past two years. Governor Rick Snyder’s 21st Century Infrastructure Commission said the state needs to spend $4 billion a year more than it currently does just to reach the national average of infrastructure spending. The […]