Monday, January 24, 2011

Mayor Projects for 2011

As is often my custom, I jotted down a few notes of what are the larger, and typically more challenging, projects I am working on for 2011. This year I decided to list them for you.

While it is too early to say how successful the year will be, this list will give you an indication of where a good part of my time will be spent during the year. As time goes by, some items will come off the list, and others added. This can be because they have been satisfied, or that they cannot or need not be pursued. In addition to this list, there are many tasks that are undertaken and completed that are not listed here, so it is not to be considered complete by any stretch of the imagination (there appears to be 32 other ideas I am working on right now).

1) PACE - Complete setting up the program, and arrange financing.
2) Continue developing Sister City Programs.
3) Determine if LEED-ND is appropriate to implement into the city.
4) Implement GREENROADS into the MPO Plan.
5) Create a GREEN EXPO in the last quarter of 2011.
6) Set up the 2011-2012 Jazz Concert Series.
7) Investigate whether a Federal Procurement Incubator can be created.
8) KIDS DAY - July 2.
9) Create a City Blanket.
10) Arrange funding for the 2012 Unitown Program ($1000) and 2012 Lauderhill Educational College Scholarship ($2000).

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