As the Network has partnered with cities across the country, local and national press has taken notice, frequently writing about the Network’s approach and impact.
In other business Tuesday, the council agreed to partner with the National Resource Network for the next year for $490,000 worth of technical assistance to get the Prosper Waco initiatives rolling. The city council agreed to pay $122,000 for its share of the service, with the balance coming from the federally funded network itself. The network will bring in national experts to help analyze and find solutions for Waco’s poverty issues, using data and experiences from other communities.
A consortium of ideas were generated on how the city of Meridian can best use the National Resource Network to continue its quest to build a revitalized medical district.
Mayor Yarber presents to you a State of the City that highlights the city's transformation through transparency, hope in the midst of our hardships, and realism throughout the city's evolution.
On Monday, Mayor Tom Butt announced that Richmond was named a finalist to receive help from The Network. For two days in July, The Network will send a team to Richmond to develop “a more comprehensive understanding of Richmond’s needs and opportunities,” according to a statement from the mayor’s office.
Newly elected Meridian City Council President Randy Hammon said he wants to keep Mayor Percy Bland's administration focused on improving the city's infrastructure.
The puzzle isn’t quite finished, but the pieces are starting to come together in the big picture of Wilkes-Barre’s downtown development. The latest piece partners Wilkes-Barre with the National Resource Network.
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