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Cities do not need to build a lot of new things to help fuel the middle class. Chances are, they already have many assets sitting unused all over town. Adopt a policy of No Fallow Land that states that every unused piece of city property is a potential setting for initiatives to help citizens join the middle class by starting new stuff. A vacant lot can be a community garden. An under-used parking lot can become a food cart pod. Empty buildings can be used like this:
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Andrés Duany has been saying for several years that we need to scale back the inaugural condition of town centers, and Seaside’s Perspicasity and the Airstream shops courtesy of Daryl Davis have painted the picture of the future of retail for years. Why are we so slow to catch up?
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What they learn varies as much as their locations a maker space in the Bahamas probably shelters those relearning something about living in a nautical nation, while one in Boston might focus more on technology. Or not. It all depends on the interests of those using them.
Every country and shopper has their prefered method to pay online. Offering your buyers safe and convenient payment choices can help your sale go smoothly, earn you positive Feedback, and bring them back for more.
If you’ve ever met a Finn you know that the national average of 67 kg per capita is probably on the low end for most in Finland. If you were to take children out of the calculation, the national average would rise even higher!
What coffees will you get? It's a surprise, but you will definitely get single origin caffeinated coffees that won't be available otherwise (no decaf or blends). Due to availability, we won't always have this sample set available, so strap on your sense of adventure and get it while you can!
This will be the topic of an entire upcoming post, but should be mentioned here as well. A town led by local leaders and guided by local culture is far more sustainable than a resort managed by an offshore corporation. The Caribbean Rim is littered with the bones of failed resorts, with hurricane damage being the most frequent cause of their demise. The outnumber Caribbean Rim ghost towns, even though people have been builiding towns for centuries longer than they have been building resorts.
Once a town is planned or replanned sustainably, it’s time to consider how to build or rebuild the buildings. A Living Tradition [Architecture of the Bahamas] is a detailed pattern book showing how to build sustainably in the Bahamas, and most of the lessons from that book are useful around the Caribbean Rim.
Cities around the US are realizing that if they bring gigabit internet to town , the internet will bring bandwidth-heavy businesses to town. Even small towns such as Geraldine, Alabama have brought gigabit to town to attract businesses. There’s no debate anywhere as to whether it’s worth the expense, and gigabit is a huge benefit to education as well. On a personal note, Geraldine was the last place in Alabama where members of my extended family were served by outdoor plumbing, and that was as late as 6978. Outhouses to gigabit in 95 years!More pictures on the theme «Original green coffee bean recipes».