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Create a horse and carriage service for people in the community to travel through Corktown Roads

Create a horse and carriage service for people in the community to travel through Corktown Roads

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This mobile app allows users to exchange skills and talents without any cash helping to create social capital and community development.

This mobile app allows users to exchange skills and talents without any cash helping to create social capital and community development.

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Korey commented on Getting to parks and trails without a car

Adrian Laurenzi 

If you can send me over your email I would be able to connect you with the project manager of the Joe Louis Project. My email address is info@iamdavis.org

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Korey commented on Alley Activation Project

Hey, @Mackenzie Fankell I wanted to confirm that the workshop is on the 31st of July or the 30th? The website and what you wrote me wasnt adding up

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Korey commented on What's already out there?

Thank you both for your input on this subject on what already exist or is in the works in the city of Detroit.

The 31.5 mile Joe Louis Greenway is a planned biking and walking trail that extends from the Detroit Riverfront to Highland Park, Dearborn, and Hamtramck. It also includes connectors along Livernois and McNichols. The Joe Louis Greenway will include the Dequindre Cut and portions of the Detroit RiverWalk, as well as portions of the planned Iron Belle Trail and May Creek Greenway.

When completed, it will provide a place for people of all abilities to safely walk, bike, and run while connecting neighborhoods, parks, schools, jobs, historic sites, commercial corridors and public transit.