Too often, when we want to make changes in our neighborhood, we look at what's negative and ask how we can fix it. I want to suggest a different approach: focus on what's good about the neighborhood, and how to use that to change things.
As you're walking, biking, taking the bus, or driving down Middle Main, what do you see? Boarded-up buildings? Empty parking lots? Run-down storefronts? Underused buildings? Few places to buy groceries? You might think that the neighborhood… Continue