Wednesday, May 19, 2010
...following up on Matt's post regarding this year's big CNU conference in Atlanta, I'll be heading over this afternoon to present at the SmartCode Intensive part of the event.
I'm traveling with Montgomery's planning director, Ken Groves, and a handful of other sustainability experts who have been here in Alabama's state capital for the 24 Hour Service Project Charrette--a unique event that is part of the official CNU program.
If you're at CNU this week, please stop by the Montgomery booth in the Exhibit Hall and check things out.
--Chad Emerson, Faulkner U.
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