(Please note, as of today, only the last one has anything significant posted to it. This is just to start things off.)
Among the topics we're actively involved with or may be in the future:
Revitalizing Downtown to be a place of energy, activity, and opportunities, where people not only work and shop, but also live, and play.
Growing Jobs and Investment opportunities in part through the above, where a density of pedestrians moving between large-scale enterprises create niches and opportunities for much smaller ones.
Civic Participation, where people are more aware of how they can contribute to political decision-making at the municipal level, or neighbor district level.
Civil Discourse and Society, where people are involved in voluntary organizations, from Churches to Book groups to Bowling Leagues.
Community Gardening, where people share land, tools, knowledge, and the experiences of growing and harvesting their own fruits, vegetables, and flowers.
Alternative Transportation opportunties that allow to people travel in as many non-automotive forms as possible, opening the possibility of biking, walking, even horseback riding as a means of getting around.
Greenways, linear parks, bike paths, perhaps using our bayous, to allow residents to exercise and socialize outdoors, while going to where they would ordinarily want to go, be that work, home, shopping, ball fields, movie theaters, etc.