Since 2009, Greater Lafayette’s Community of Choice Committee has been working to initiate a broad-based dialog about the quality of life within Greater Lafayette which moves beyond superficial statements of praise and commendation to defined, specific facts as they exist and as they compare to other comparable communities. The key inquiry we pursued was, “What will it take for Greater Lafayette to be a community of choice for diverse, top talent?” This page features the final plan (first download on your right) plus all the additional reports that were generated during the process.
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(Updated Sept. 20, 2012) This is the final plan delivered to Greater Lafayette Commerce on September 17, 2012 by Next Generation Consulting.
What went into Greater Lafayette’s handprint scores? And how did Greater Lafayette compare to Ann Arbor, Madison, Raleigh Durham, Bloomington, and other cities? Read it all here.
Purdue’s Engineering Students in Community Service (EPICS) designed this recommendation to increase the use of the John T. Myers Pedestrian Bridge.