The competition netted more than 50 applications from across the country.
Region residents prefer growth strategies focused on centralizing jobs and shopping close to residence, encouraging a range of housing options and infusing cities and towns.
Locals will create a “take a book, leave a book” spot where neighbors can share their favorite literature and stories.
Members of Restoration Exchange Omaha receive a discount on the conference and opening reception fees.
Please don’t sticker the art, people. Instead, find out how you can help preserve public art in the metro.
In this issue…2014 Place Game season begins March 1, Pass to Class reaches one million users and more.