Rose Center Works with Columbus Mayor Andrew J. Ginther on Preserving and Encouraging Mixed-Income Neighborhoods

The Rose Center for Public Leadership, jointly operated by the National League of Cities (NLC) and the Urban Land Institute (ULI), is working with Mayor Andrew J. Ginther to advise the City on a strategy to ensure its neighborhoods include housing for people with a broad spectrum of incomes as Columbus continues to attract new investment and residents….
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Rose Center Q&A With The Honorable Pedro Segarra, 2012–2013 Daniel Rose Fellow

The process by which mayors are selected does not necessarily ensure that mayors have any planning experience or architectural experience. Mayors tend to be more focused on political skills. It would be a real game-changer if more mayors were able to have access to more in-depth experience in land use planning.

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2014 Rose Fellows Learn from SF Bay Area Cities and Experts

Members of the 2013-2014 class of Daniel Rose Fellows — leaders from the cities of Honolulu, Indianapolis, Ind., Memphis, Tenn. and Portland, Ore. —traveled to the San Francisco Bay Area in December. The fellows traveled on foot and via mass transit for two-and-a-half days, meeting with public planning and development officials as well as private and nonprofit developers and policy advocates, getting a firsthand, intensive introduction to the land use challenges of the San Francisco Bay Area….
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Catching up with the Rose Fellows: 2010-2011 Alumnus Fellow John Hodgson, The Hodgson Company, Sacramento, CA

The ULI Daniel Rose Center for Public Leadership spoke with 2010–2011 Alumnus Fellow John Hodgson, founder and president of Sacramento, Calif.-based The Hodgson Company about his experiences with the fellowship program. Hodgson continues to be involved with the Daniel Rose Center and attended several of the 2013–2014 San Francisco Study Tour events….
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