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MPC continues to move forward with its Placemaking Chicago project by tapping community groups, neighborhood residents, and local governments as resources to make the Polish Triangle a great public space.
The Dec. 2008 Building Succesful Mixed-Income Communities forum focused on final Reconnecting Neighborhoods recommendations and the connection to national efforts for improved transit and infrastructure reinvestment and neighborhood revitalization.
MPC continues to advocate for community-planned and programmed public places in the Chicago region. Check out www.placemakingchicago.com for more information.
MPC's Reconnecting Neighborhoods project enters the final months of its yearlong public planning process.
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