If you only take one idea away from this post, make it this: Subscribe to the Strong Towns newsletter. It inspired this post on our blog last fall about how planners can accommodate older residents. Today it prompts us to write about traffic congestion. This essay gives two reasons why the American approach to congestion […]
Throughout Michigan we find 36-square-mile townships, many of which want to preserve their rural character, surrounding villages or cities that want to concentrate development around existing infrastructure. A joint master plan, like the one Carlisle/Wortman Associates completed for Manchester Township and the Village of Manchester a year ago, can help both communities accomplish their goals. […]
Carlisle/Wortman Associates has hired planner Tyler Lasser as a GIS technician.
Ann Arbor Township and Washtenaw County shared SEMCOG’s Regional Showcase Award for connecting two regional trails to the Matthaei Botanical Gardens.
Carlisle Wortman’s Dick Carlisle is leading the effort to establish a Michigan chapter of Best Buddies, a nonprofit serving people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Elected officials from across Michigan learned basic planning and zoning and advanced economic development from CWA staff in February, 2018
Following up on last month’s guest column by Ebenezer Scrooge, Tiny Tim tells us what planners can do to anticipate and mitigate changes in the retail sector.
Carlisle/Wortman’s top 10 2017 blog posts: Signs, RTFA, fracking, economic development, invasive species, civic engagement and pocket parks.
Carlisle/Wortman’s guest columnist, Ebenezer Scrooge, brings you the ghost of Christmas future, at least as it applies to the retail sector.
Your residents are aging. Are you ready for that? AARP’s Age-Friendly Network offers tools and guidance.