Assessing the Future of the New England Mill Town: What are the Key Factors that Lead to Successful Revitalization?Small Town (1997)
AbstractOver the past twenty years, we have been involved in economic revitalization projects in more than 50 mill towns across the state of Massachusetts. We begin these projects with a quiet visit to each community. Moving off a state or interstate road, we meander down through a highly dense village of multiunit tenements. Built close to the road, they are always a decided mix of well-kept and decaying structures. They are rarely one or the other entirely. It is as if the residents and owners are undecided about reinvestment or commitment to the community.
Publication DateApril, 1997
Citation InformationJohn Mullin and Zenia Kotval. "Assessing the Future of the New England Mill Town: What are the Key Factors that Lead to Successful Revitalization?" Small Town Vol. Vol 27 Iss. No 5 (1997)
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