Thursday, April 25, 2013

Communication is crucial!

It is essential for local businesses, chambers, economic development professionals, highway districts and planners to get into the habit of meeting and talking to one another, not just to promote access, but also to ensure wise us of resources.

Breaking down traditional silos allows communities and agencies to anticipate and reduce conflicts early in the planning process. Routine community collaboration also reveals shared goals, project timelines and funding opportunities that can benefit multiple stakeholders.

Planning ahead together generally yields better outcomes than 'planning behind' once problems arise.

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