Update on Personal and Community Health (2017)

Written by Bay Area Community Council Personnel and Community Health Work-Group

Personal and Community Health was one of five priority areas identified for action in the 2012 Brown County 20/20 Visioning Conference. It’s a complex subject that ranges from personal habits and behaviors to collective impacts in our community and around the globe. While much national attention has been paid to accessing health care and who pays the bill, there’s been a growing awareness of the importance of a broader understanding of what truly influences health and well-being.

[Link to full article Update on Personal and Community Health (2017)]

Journey to a Greater Green Bay: Report to the Community on Economic Development – Executive Summary (2016)

This Executive Summary concludes that economic development relies on geographic, political and economic interdependence. Alignment of those sectors is the goal. [Click on Journey to a Greater Green Bay: Report to the Community on Economic Development – Executive Summary (2016) to read the summary or Journey to Greater Green Bay Full Report (2016) to read the whole document.]

Journey to Greater Green Bay: Report to the Community on Economic Development – Full Report (2016)

Written by Natalie Bomstad, Randall Lawton, Judy Nagel, Tom Schumacher and Others

Economic development relies on geographic, political and economic interdependence. Alignment of those sectors is the goal. Four objectives include a growing, sustainable economy; high quality economic and employment opportunities; alignment of education and employment; and a perception of distinction. Full report. [Click Journey to Greater Green Bay: Report to the Community on Economic Development – Full Report (2016) to read the full report or click Journey to Green Bay Executive Summary (2016) for the executive summary.]