Magazine article Nation's Cities Weekly

2005 City Showcase Bigger and Better Than Ever

Magazine article Nation's Cities Weekly

2005 City Showcase Bigger and Better Than Ever

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It has become one of the most popular events at the Congress of Cities and Exposition--a place where members can take a relaxing stroll through aisles of colorful displays, learn about innovative city programs, and network with their peers.

Every year, the City Showcase attracts thousands of exhibit hall browsers, and in Charlotte it will be bigger and better than ever, with 53 booths showing some of the most creative and successful city programs in the country:

Aiken, S.C.: Changing Direction

Albemarle, N.C.: City Lake Park

Alpharetta, Ga.: North Metro Miracle League Adapted Sports Complex

Apple Valley, Calio: Animal Evacuation and Shelter Plan

Atchison, Kan.: Riverfront Park Redevelopment

Austin, Texas: Mueller Redevelopment

Avondale, Ariz.: Healthy Avondale 2010

Birmingham, Ala.: Mayor's Office Division of Youth Services

Braselton, Ga.: Reuse Water System

Broken Arrow, Okla. Operation "Don't Meth Around"

Cambridge, Mass.: The Let's Talk Campaign ... Literacy and Love in Cambridge

Casper, Wyo.: Road to Reuse

Charlotte, N.C.: Enterprise GIS

Charlotte, N.C.: Neighborhood Quality of Life Studies

Charlotte, N.C.: CharMeck 311

Charlotte, N.C.: Economic Development Program

Charlotte, N.C.: Procurement Services Division

Colorado Springs, Colo.: Transportation Education

Columbus, Ohio: Linden Area Traffic Management Plan

Dallas, Texas: Trinity River Corridor Project

Des Moines, Iowa: Des Moines Beautification

Dublin, Ohio: Civic Association Initiative

Dubuque, Iowa: Wayfinding Signage System

Durham, N. …

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