Hyperlocal: Place governance in a fragmented world



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Brookings Metro will celebrate the forthcoming release of a new book from the Bass Center for Transformative Placemaking, “Hyperlocal: Place Governance in a Fragmented World” (available for pre-order). Co-editors Jennifer S. Vey and Nate Storring will lead a discussion on the opportunities and tensions associated with place governance. Together with event speakers, they will explore how place governance organizations can give stakeholders a structure to share ideas, voice concerns, advocate for investments, and co-design community improvement strategies. The event participants will also highlight innovative financing, organizing, and ownership models for creating and sustaining more effective and inclusive place governance ecosystems.

Viewers can submit questions by emailing [email protected] or tweeting to @BrookingsMetro using the hashtag #HyperlocalRelease.
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