Your community needs meeting space. The inherited resources are limited. You make sure to mention all of the wonderful activities and resources and citizen groups in your community when you make a speech, but you can't decide how to splice the locations for these elements in your budget.
You have historic properties and other civic properties available. How do you use them to benefit your community?
You don't. You let them rot for years until you can justify eliminating what you don't care for due to costs. Then you hope the people who want to use them will just go away.
Engineer says Brook Run Theater needs to be gutted http://t.co/kNwtkdGTye— Reporter Newspapers (@Reporter_News) June 29, 2015
How do you engage with and accommodate citizens with various priorities that are praised at civic functions but wrestled with in less-visible scenarios?
Is it the same as the first answer?