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livingLAB + William McDonough

livingLAB partner, Courtney Piotrowski, was part of a Sullenger Dialogue panel discussion with Bill McDonough, sponsored by the UM-Flint Innovation Incubator, on Thursday, April 26, 2012 in the Harding Mott University Center Michigan Room.

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metromode + livingLAB

livingLAB partner, Courtney Piotrowski, is the guest blogger over at metromode this week. Check out her posts regarding locating in Detroit, placemaking and making a difference in the city.

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livingLAB sponsers MAP Student Conference

livingLAB is a sponsor of the upcoming Michigan Association of Planning Student Conference on March 16th at Wayne State University. livingLAB partner, Leah Groya, will be attending the conference as a student mentor to talk about a day in the life of a planner! Even better - opening the conference i

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West Bloomfield + livingLAB = Great Parks!

LABpartner, Leah Groya, leads the West Bloomfield parks department through a visioning process for their community.

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Lapeer unanimously approves Non-Motorized Plan

On Monday evening the Lapeer City Council unanimously approved the non-motorized transportation plan prepared by livingLAB, Wade Trim and ArchiveDS. The plan identifies specific steps that the City can take to create opportunities for citizens and visitors to bike, walk, and wheel around town power-

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livingLAB to attend MRPA Conference

The entire livingLAB team will be attending this year's Michigan Recreation and Parks Associaton Conference at the Hyatt in Dearborn. Jamison Brown will be presenting a session reviewing the Flint River Restoration Plan at 10:45 on Wednesday, February 8th. Leah, Jason and Courtney will be in attenda

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livingLAB opens Detroit Studio

livingLAB is excited to announce our new studio opened in downtown detroit on January 3rd. Sited in the historic L.B. King Building, we are located across the street from the iconic Skillman Library, next to the Boll Family YMCA and kiddy-corner to the puppetART Theater...what fun! Stop by and se

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