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/News---Info/Blog/November-2015/Meet-MSA-s-Engineers–Raine-Gardner Craig Fields
Continuing the Meet MSA's Engineers series, we sit down with Raine Gardner, PE, a native of Wausau, Wisconsin and a Michigan Tech grad. Raine is an expert in municipal engineering, including park and recreation planning and design and grant administration. Raine shares insight on work/life balance while leading MSA's Park and Recreation Community of Practice. 

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/News---Info/Blog/September-2015/Guthrie-Center-Starts-Implementing-Downtown-Revita Chris Janson, AICP
In 2011, Guthrie Center’s downtown was plagued by vacant storefronts, deteriorating buildings and failing infrastructure. City leaders knew something needed to be done. The City, businesses, and residents banded together to take action and revitalize their downtown. See what they've accomplished.

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/News---Info/Blog/August-2015/League-of-WI-Municipalities-unveils-impact-of-stat Randy Herwig
The changes to Wisconsin’s state budget have been dominating headlines for months. As Wisconsin moves into municipal budget season, it’s important for public officials to understand how those changes directly impact their communities. 

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/News---Info/Blog/August-2015/Turning-Brownfields-into-Golden-Opportunities Richard Lyster, PG, CPG
Addressing vacant, abandoned, and blighted property has become a top priority for municipal officials and urban planners. Funding programs targeted to assist municipalities and developers seeking to redevelop brownfield and blighted properties are available to revitalize older downtown or commercial districts.

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/News---Info/Blog/August-2015/How-City-Planners-can-Prepare-for-Large-Storms Eric Thompson, PE, CFM
Midwest cities, like Madison, Wisconsin, get their fair share of precipitation each year. Wisconsin’s capital city averaged 38.98 inches of precipitation in 2014, which is 8.34 inches more than 2013. Increasing rainfall amounts are not anomalous to Madison, but are now anticipated with greater frequency across the Upper Midwest – along with increases in rainfall intensity.  

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