The Livability Issue
We live in a highly interconnected world. Not only are we connected with one another across the globe, but the many varied aspects of our daily lives – environment, recreation, wellness, education, transport, community, etc. – are woven together in a fabric of ‘livability’. In this edition of The Bottom Line, the first in its new online format, we explore aspects of livability as barometer of Springfield’s progress.
Included you’ll find articles on safety improvements for our Main Street corridor, Arbor Day celebrations taking place in our parks, the results of a joint Harvard/MIT study on ‘improvement of place’ and more. We have also re-issued a handful of previous articles addressing the theme.
- WILLAMALANE READY TO REKINDLE ARBOR DAY
- AI, GOOGLE STREET VIEW AND IMPROVING NEIGHBORHOODS
- SPRINGFIELD MAIN STREET SAFETY PROJECT
- NEXT EVOLUTIONT: THE BOTTOM LINE
- WELCOME ELORA KELSH, MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS COORDINATOR
- REVITALIZING THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
- WELCOME NEW MEMBER: BENEFITMALL