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In the wake of the Flint water crisis, community leaders, including LISC, knew something had to change: not only as a result of its residents being subjected to toxic water, but about the system failures that made the crisis possible.
A city’s wellbeing can often be gauged by the health of its downtown. And its iconic old buildings are like pulse points of that health. Last year, LISC played a pivotal role in saving two historic Jacksonville landmarks and giving them a second life: the Barnett Tower, an 18-story, 1929 bank building on the ...
Last year, when a beautiful, airy 50,000-square-foot health and dental clinic opened on a former brownfield site in the Edison neighborhood of Kalamazoo, it signaled a new chapter for an entire community. It also signaled what can happen when committed partners invest and work with residents over the long haul to create a place ...