Downtown Voices Coalition reviews its past, looks to the future
On Saturday, January 16, over 75 individuals interested and involved in downtown Phoenix participated in the Downtown Voices Coalition “Moving Forward” strategic planning session at the historic A.E. England Building. The information and ideas garnered from the group will help Downtown Voices update its August 2004 report, “Downtown Voices: Creating a Sustainable Downtown,” and prioritize issues and projects for the future. The information will also be useful for others (individually or organizationally) to review and use in their own efforts to improve downtown Phoenix. Stay tuned for details. At any time, you’re welcome to communicate your questions, comments, concerns, and ideas via e-mail, or by attending Downtown Voices’ monthly meetings.
The Downtown Voices Steering Committee sincerely thanks the following individuals and organizations for sponsoring this event.
- Arizona Preservation Foundation
- Arizona State University
- Butler Housing/Roosevelt Commons
- Candid Landscapes
- City of Phoenix
- Downtown Phoenix Journal
- Fair Trade Coffee
- Fresh Gourmet to Go
- Get Consensus, LLC
- Habitat Metro
- Impact Printing
- Kooky Krafts Shop
- Local First Arizona
- John Saccoman
- Matthew Tomb
Thanks also to Suad Mahmuljin for taking photos of the day’s activities.
Posted on February 15, 2010, in Downtown Vitality, Downtown Voices Coalition, Visioning and Planning, Volunteerism and tagged A.E. England Building, Arizona Preservation Foundation, Arizona State University, Butler Housing, Candid Landscapes, City of Phoenix, Downtown Phoenix, Downtown Phoenix Journal, Fair Trade Coffee, Fresh Gourmet to Go, Get Consensus, Habitat Metro, Impact Printing, John Saccoman, Kooky Krafts Shop, Local First Arizona, Matthew Tomb, Roosevelt Commons. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.