“Try-it before you buy-it” concept has been disrupting the decision process. A pop-up community project allows you to “test drive” placemaking concepts and get community feedback and buy-in before spending a lot on a permanent installation.
The $1.5 million dollar facility was constructed in the current patio area of the Antwerp school building and provides an advanced, state-of-the-art, multi-purpose learning space for students. The high-tech facility will be the most advanced learning space in any public school in this part of the state. According to a statement by Antwerp Local Schools Superintendent Martin Miller, “The Antwerp Board of Education, administration and staff are committed to being responsive to the changing landscape of education and finding ways to most appropriately prepare our students. Teaching and learning has changed significantly in recent years.
The Montrose Group Opportunity Ohio 2022 Poll measures where Ohio candidates for statewide office and what voters think of key business issues facing local and state government policymakers. The Montrose Group Opportunity Ohio 2022 Poll of 600 registered and likely voters on September 6 and 11, 2022, and was conducted by respected pollster Paul Fallon of Fallon Research. The Montrose Group Opportunity Ohio 2022 Poll results illustrate strong support for Governor Mike DeWine in his bid to win re-election, a very competitive race for the U.S. Senate between author and venture capitalist JD Vance and Congressman Tim Ryan, a positive view of the state of Ohio and general support for general business issues.
As the world sees increasingly warmer temperatures, new measures to mitigate the impacts of a changing climate are needed to save lives and increase the livability of our cities and towns. Around the world, we’re seeing extreme weather events with effects such as a rise in the occurrence of urban street flooding, with extreme flooding events causing trillions of dollars in damage annually. The United Kingdom experienced its worst heat wave on record in mid-July with highs topping 40 degrees Celsius for the first time ever, and a rise in dangerous heat waves across the world are killing thousands each year.
As part of the Ohio Main Street Program, Heritage Ohio hosts quarterly Revitalization Series trainings in Main Street communities across the state, focused on the four points of the Main Street approach. An ongoing conversation in the preservation world centers on what to do with historic buildings that have outlived their usefulness, or have simply become obsolete. In late July, roughly 40 Main Streeters gathered in Medina to tour and consider three outstanding examples of adaptive reuse, radically re-envisioning the possibilities for vacant properties.