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Can Dane Co. and Wisconsin learn from Denver?

Madison, Wis. - Dane County political and economic development leaders have received two good pieces of news. One, the fund-raising campaign of the area Collaboration Council has surpassed the $1 million mark, and two, there now is a booming area that once faced even greater regional challenges than Dane County.

The latter message was delivered by Tom Clark, executive vice presiden......

Full article >>> alled the first meeting convened to promote regional cooperation, but he doesn't remember much conversation. "You could hear forks touching the plates," he said. "The room was full of animosity, starting with the 800-pound gorilla which owned all the water in the area.

"It was a painful experience. We struggled to try to start thinking differently about ourselves."

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In the case of Adams County, where officials complained that they were not seeing any benefits from the new regionalism, officials in other cities used the feedback loop to point out the county's weaknesses - a sub par labor force and a lack of suitable buildings, among them. The advice was taken to heart, and when more than $400,000 i......

Full article >>> on-makers opted to first concentrate on Dane County. "There were no shortage of entities and people working on economic development," Alexander noted, "but there did seem to be a lack of focus."

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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 08/02/06


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