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OHNY Stacks: Main Street - Shared screen with speaker view
Susan Siegel
28:01
hi Saundra !
Saundra P Thomas
34:17
Hi Birthday woman!
Saundra P Thomas
34:33
Everyone please turn off your VIDEO for this talk. Thanks!
Jackson Chabot
39:42
Yay gardening!
Saundra P Thomas
40:14
Please stop your video
Saundra P Thomas
40:37
Thank you
margo cates
44:03
Can you name the cities/town of the slides you are showing. thanks.
Jane Rossman
45:00
I shoveled the sidewalk today!
Saundra P Thomas
45:31
ME TOO, and my car…. BUT a neighbor also shoveled part of our sidewalk
Saundra P Thomas
57:07
Please put any questions for the author in the chat
Adrienne Moumin
59:36
How can I fight the developers and county mandates and council inertia in my small city, who are ruining it with unsafe and unsustainable "town center" type development?
Suzanne Noel
01:00:35
(1) What role does parking play in the life/death of a main street? (2) How important is having residences on main street to main street's survival?
Elaine Gamolo
01:02:16
I went to school in Newark and it was very interesting seeing the development of the Whole Foods and Halsey St.
j mendez
01:03:43
will main street revive now that malls are dying out?
Phyllis Eckhaus
01:04:09
could you provide cite to your colleague’s “plan to stay” work and advocacy? So important to argue against displacement/for preservation
Ina Lee Selden
01:05:47
Excellent!
Adrienne Moumin
01:06:12
Thank you, I appreciate this very much!
Barry Schulman
01:06:17
where is salk center?
Shawn Moore
01:07:04
Watching from Minneapolis - no snow and not colder -
Adrienne Moumin
01:07:16
Tell me!
Saundra P Thomas
01:07:45
Thanks Shaw…I’m heading up!!
Stephan Jaklitsch
01:07:53
you can also order books from your local bookstore and resist Amazon!
margo cates
01:07:55
Is there an actual word for the inclusive development which is the opposite of the single word "gentrification" ?
Joyce Flinn
01:08:13
What do you think of Special Improvement Districts started by some cities?
Louise Harpman (she/her)
01:08:15
Amazon has killed Main Streets all over this country. “Get it now” and “get it cheaper” is a very difficult position to resist. But PLEASE buy books from local booksellers.
Miriam Fisher
01:08:38
love outdoor cafes in Paris BUT all face traffic streets and CAR FUMEs
Louise Harpman (she/her)
01:08:42
They often have addresses on or near Main Street.
Open House New York
01:09:14
https://bookshop.org/books/main-street-how-a-city-s-heart-connects-us-all/9781613321263
Joyce Flinn
01:10:32
IT IS!!
Louise Harpman (she/her)
01:10:53
Planning to Stay. William Morrish and Catherine Brown. https://milkweed.org/book/planning-to-stay
Joyce Flinn
01:11:29
Thank you Dear Mindy! We miss you and send you and Molly much love! Joyce and Eugene
Tanya Gallo
01:13:12
For post industrial cities, many have been hollowed out by massive loss of manufacturing and jobs. Planning to stay depends too on investment in workforce development and jobs. How can a plan to stay connect with the need for government reinvestment?
Louise Harpman (she/her)
01:17:04
ABCD Asset Based Community Development
Katherine Rachlin
01:17:13
(from Suzanne Noel 1) What role does parking play in the life/death of a main street? (2) How important is having residences on main street to main street's survival?(1) What role does parking play in the life/death of a main street? (2) How important is having residences on main street to main street's survival?
Barbara Conn
01:19:36
The Ujima project in Boston has very interesting and effective ideas on how to support inner cities meaningfully, by encouraging and supporting local entrepreneurship. Worth investigating!
Lynne Elizabeth
01:20:10
“Songs and Stories of People’s Power—yes! Dr. Fullilove, please post more about this event on social media!
Stephan Jaklitsch
01:20:14
Parking is useful but walkability is crucial to the success of Main Street
Miriam Fisher
01:20:48
bad vs better!. need closed captioning
Open House New York
01:22:02
If you would like to see the recordings of this talk and previous OHNY Stacks book talks, please use this link: https://ohny.org/posts/ohny-stacks
Open House New York
01:22:18
http://www.universityoforange.org/newsite/register
Dorothy Dunn
01:22:22
Have you worked with libraries to bring new ideas and energy into towns and neighborhoods? What role do they play in your work?
Open House New York
01:22:24
Membership link here! https://ohny.formstack.com/forms/membership
Barry Schulman
01:22:28
Another great talk…thank you OHNY
Jane Rossman
01:25:24
Crocker Park in Cleveland, OH is a good example of an “outdoor mall”
Chris Neville
01:25:46
Adaptations to Covid -- like pedestrianizing streets, and outdoor dining -- have changed how we relate to many spaces close to home. But they’ve been framed as temporary. What takeaways from how we’re living now would you single out that we can carry forward?
Jackson Chabot
01:25:50
Love the question!
Dorothy Dunn
01:26:17
Thank you for this wonderful presentation and conversation.
Shawn Moore
01:26:43
Great discussion. Thank you OHNY
Jackson Chabot
01:27:08
Thank you!
Annie Bergelin
01:27:08
thank you!!
Lynne Elizabeth
01:27:11
THANK YOU!!
Tanya Gallo
01:27:16
Thank you!
Saundra P Thomas
01:27:17
Thanks Barry.
Leni Schwendinger
01:27:35
Good to listen, think and also see all of you
Luz M
01:27:37
Bye. Thank you. Nice ending
Saundra P Thomas
01:28:17
Thanks everyone. Have fun and be safe during the holidays!
Open House New York
01:28:25
Thank you all for coming!
Saundra P Thomas
01:28:35
See you in January!!