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/News---Info/Blog/July-2014/How-will-your-community-look-in-2030- Shannon Dobbins Haydin
Futurism was one of the hot topics explored recently at the Wisconsin City/County Management Association (WCMA) Summer Conference held in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin.  During the sessions, I had the opportunity to brainstorm with community leaders on how to manage like a futurist.  What I learned on my journey to the future was eye-opening.

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/News---Info/Blog/June-2014/Town-TIF-Comes-to-Wisconsin Dave Rasmussen
Communities want to grow their economies and create jobs. This is not any easy task, however. Municipalities in Wisconsin have long relied on Tax Increment Financing (TIF) as their primary tool in the economic development toolbox. As of last month, Gov. Scott Walker signed a bill stating the TIF tool is now being expanded to an additional 41 urban towns in Wisconsin.

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/News---Info/Blog/June-2014/Kieler,-Lange-earn-PE-license Alyssa Scheuneman
Congratulations to Chase Kieler and Nick Lange on passing the Principles and Practices of Engineering exam! Both gentlemen are a valuable addition to the MSA family, and we’re proud to share their accomplishments. 

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/News---Info/Blog/May-2014/Aesthetic-Bridge-Design Leah Rhodes, PE
As a structural engineer, I think bridges are pretty cool to look at. I might be in the minority, however. For most people, bridges are simply a way to get from Point A to Point B without getting their feet wet. Yet, a bridge truly can be a thing of beauty.

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/News---Info/Blog/May-2014/Complete-Streets-101 Jason DiPiazza, PE

There’s a new way that engineers are designing streets: complete streets. Complete streets move beyond single use roadways that only accommodate motor vehicles and open them up to multiple modes of transportation. Sidewalks, bike lanes, bus lanes and pedestrian islands are just some of the many ways that transportation engineers can make roads safer for cars, buses, bikes and pedestrians.

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