2012 Annual Luncheon: Regional Cooperation - Metropolitan Planning Council

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2012 Annual Luncheon: Regional Cooperation

Stakeholders discuss the importance of regional cooperation and what MPC is doing to advance shared goals in the Chicago/Gary/Milwaukee mega-region.
Featuring (in order of appearance):
* Leigh Morris, Senior V.P., Northwest Region Development, Indiana Economic Development Center
* Antonio Riley, Midwest Regional Administrator, U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development
* David Mekarski, Village Administrator, Village of Olympia Fields, Ill.
* Bill Masterson Jr., Publisher, The Times Media Company
* Leana Flowers, Chair, Bronzeville Retail Initiative
* John Norquist, President and CEO, Congress for the New Urbanism (and former Mayor of Milwaukee)
* Ellen Alberding, President, The Joyce Foundation

This page can be found online at http://www.metroplanning.org/multimedia/video/588

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