Bowen, Mary Ellen, et al. In The Works: Greensboro Neighborhood Self-help Program; Revitalization Underway In Downtown High Point; New Techniques In Commercial Recruitment for Small Cities. 1983. https://doi.org/10.17615/c05d-8w04
Bowen, M., Sims, G., Meacham, D., & Peet, D. (1983). In The Works: Greensboro Neighborhood Self-Help Program; Revitalization Underway in Downtown High Point; New Techniques in Commercial Recruitment for Small Cities. https://doi.org/10.17615/c05d-8w04
Bowen, Mary Ellen, Gloria Nance Sims, David Meacham, and David T Peet. 1983. In The Works: Greensboro Neighborhood Self-Help Program; Revitalization Underway In Downtown High Point; New Techniques In Commercial Recruitment for Small Cities. https://doi.org/10.17615/c05d-8w04
Other Affiliation: Project Director, Sanford Downtown Revitalization Project, Sanford, NC
Sims, Gloria Nance
Other Affiliation: Community Development Planner, Department of Planning and Community Development, City of Greensboro, NC
Other Affiliation: Secretary-Treasurer, North Carolina section of the American Water Resources Association
Peet, David T.
Other Affiliation: High Point Economic Development Corporation, High Point, NC
Short planning reports including: GREENSBORO NEIGHBORHOOD SELF-HELP PROGRAM: "Helping Neighborhoods Help Themselves" is the motto of the Neighborhood Self-Help Program administered by the Greensboro Department of Planning and Community Development.; REVITALIZATION UNDERWAY IN DOWNTOWN HIGH POINT: Downtown High Point is currently the site of considerable development activity as a result of significant effort by local government, the High Point Economic Development Corporation (HPEDC), and numerous private investors.; NEW TECHNIQUES IN COMMERCIAL RECRUITMENT FOR SMALL CITIES: Nearly every downtown has faced the development of a regional shopping mall within the last ten years. With this development usually comes the move of the downtown anchor retail stores — and the threatened demise of the traditional shopping core. Many small cities are caught off-guard, empty-handed, and with a quickly deteriorating and outdated downtown. But in Sanford, North Carolina, a group of far-sighted people decided to do something about their downtown when talk about a regional shopping center was in the early stages.