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Inside Flint's first master plan since 1960

The city of Flint has completed its first master plan since 1960. The plan employs strategies used in cities like Youngstown and Detroit, such as designated green neighborhoods and offering lower rent to artists and other creatives. 

According to an excerpt from the article: 

“Flint is already in the process of revitalizing,” said Alicia Kitsuse, a Flint area program officer for the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation. “The master plan is a reference for coordinating the resources in the city, and also pointing out the opportunities for raising the profile of assets and building on them… Engagement will be key to getting projects implemented.”

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