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Topic: Planning

/News---Info/Blog/July-2017/Downtown-Facades--A-Catalyst-for-Change Shawn O'Shea
The population of Wilton, Iowa, has steadily increased since 1990. The community boasts a new library and community center built in 2010, the new elementary school opened its doors just last year and they are now embarking on a downtown façade improvement program. How is the small town of Wilton successful at getting these projects off the ground?  

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/News---Info/Blog/June-2017/Boating-Made-Better Raine Gardner, PE
According to the 2000 Census, 20.9 million American families have at least one family member with a disability. We’ve assembled a few of our favorite ADA-accessible boat launch facilities to celebrate National Boating Month and the inclusive nature of MSA’s creative parks and recreation design team. Check out this slide deck.

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/News---Info/Blog/October-2016/MSA-launches-MSA-Aerial-Solutions-to-Offer-Cutting Shawn O'Shea, AICP
Can you imagine the excitement of Orville and Wilbur Wright when they piloted the first powered airplane in 1903? They obtained a bird’s eye view of their surroundings and made history. That same thrill and desire to explore is evident today as the possibilities open up with the use of Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS), typically known as drones.

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/News---Info/Blog/May-2016/Minimize-potential-flood-damage-in-your-community Brian Miller, PE
In just hours, torrential rains and devastating floods can damage infrastructure and disrupt communities. Recovery, on the other hand, can take years of costly repair. Are you ready to minimize potential damage in your community? 

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/News---Info/Blog/April-2016/Consider-the-Big-Picture-when-preparing-Developers Steve Thompson, PE
Engineers and planners work with communities to advise them of potential impacts of a proposed development. A community’s engineer can help offer insights about the future needs of infrastructure that could be totally unrelated to the project at hand. This information may be included in a Developer’s Agreement that protects all parties.

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