Current crop of Dunedin City councillors will never create a ‘Restorative City’

###icma.org April 2010
Perspectives on Urban Sustainability
Efficiency, diversity, connectivity, and restoration define core commitments
By Craig Malin
A restorative city creates greater value, and greater possibilities, for future generations through civic inclusion, social justice, and appropriate public policies and investments.
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From: “Perspectives on Urban Sustainability,” by Craig Malin, in the April 2010 issue of PM magazine, published by ICMA. Craig Malin is the city administrator in Davenport, Iowa.

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One response to “Current crop of Dunedin City councillors will never create a ‘Restorative City’

  1. Elizabeth

    Despite the large advertisement he placed in the Otago Daily Times recently, local resident and businessman Alistair Broad didn’t get the job.

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    ### ODT Online Tue, 7 Jun 2011
    Climate change focus of DCC adviser
    By David Loughrey
    The Dunedin City Council’s newest employee, sustainability adviser Michelle Hayward, took some time to gather her thoughts when asked to explain why the city should start planning for climate change. The issue is one that does not always find 100% agreement, either in the council or the community.
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