Greater Washington 2050 Connects with Community

Oct 21, 2008

Community groups and citizens have had the opportunity to learn more about the Greater Washington 2050 initiative through special teleconferences with its coalition members. 

COG created the Greater Washington 2050 initiative to plan for the future and improve the quality of life for Washington area residents over the next 50 years. The Washington Regional Equity Network is leading outreach and communications efforts for GW 2050.

For more information or to listen to recordings of the teleconferences from September 24 (featuring COG's Dave Robertson and Coalition for Smarter Growth's Stewart Schwartz), October 21 (featuring Prince Charitable Trust's Kristin Pauly and DC Office of Planning's Harriet Tregoning), and November 18 (featuring Fairfax County Board of Supervisors Vice-Chair Sharon Bulova and Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce's Bill Lecos) please click on the GW 2050 special resources page below:

http://www.mwcog.org/gw2050/resources.html

 

 
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