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Alfred State College

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"A Vision for Sustainability and Growth in Campbell, New York"

In Fall 2013, ATP students worked with the Town of Campbell, which is located in New York's Southern Tier. Working individually and in small groups, students researched and documented the subject area and completed a site analysis report and a SWOT Analysis developed from conversations with area residents and local officials outlining the municipalities' Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats.

The information generated was used as a point of departure to illustrate and explain a positive vision for sustainability and growth of the subject community through community engagement. The overall goal is to develop an inclusive master plan that can assist the community in future development. Implementation will be possible through grant funding that requires the community to have a master plan and a vision.

 

2013 Presentation

2013 Final Report

 

 

Contact Information:

Craig R. Clark, PE
Dean of Applied Technology
Alfred State College
10 Upper College Drive

Alfred, New York 14802
Telephone:  (607)
587-3914

E-Mail: clarkcr@alfredtstate.edu



Previous Conference Participation2012    2011    2010

 


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