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Bolton Hill Strategic Plan 2005
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The MRIA Board of Directors unanimously voted to adopt this strategic plan at the January 2005 meeting. In doing so, each board member committed him/herself to actively chairing and participating in the committees described herein. Those committees identified include:
Greening Committee
Alleys & Footways Committee
Architectural Review Committee
Zoning Committee
Institutions Committee
Economic Committee
Neighborhood Relations Committee
Community Development Committee
Security Committee
Education Committee
Those undertaking to pursue this strategic plan will need to think and act creatively with sensitivity, broad vision and an entrepreneurial spirit. We believe that Bolton Hill is positioned to assertively tackle the major issues that confront us as a community. Our future is bright and the opportunity to elevate Bolton Hill to an even higher level is before us.
Our predecessors were confronted with severe problems that challenged the very existence of our community. Thanks to their successes we have the opportunity to focus on a different set of issues while remembering the need to not give up ground won. This strategic plan is a blueprint for the current and future leadership of the MRIA.
It will require the MRIA to reconsider some operational systems. The recommendation to expand greatly the number of standing committees will require Board Members to be more active, possibly to even require Board Members to minimally agree to co-chair a committee. At the same time an enhanced structure creates the opportunity for the organization to reach out and attract new volunteers, grooming them for future leadership roles.
This is an exciting time with much to be gained and a legacy of community building to be left behind after successfully implementing the Plan.
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