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Future sister cities plan ideas exchange to spur economy

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It's an exchange of ideas and culture to spur economic development in Lawrence County and to bring southern hospitality to Boston.

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It's an exchange of ideas and culture to spur economic development in Lawrence County and to bring southern hospitality to Boston.
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12487/7170745?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Mon, 13 Nov 2017 03:04:31 +0000 Future sister cities plan ideas exchange to spur economy It's an exchange of ideas and culture to spur economic development in Lawrence County and to bring southern hospitality to Boston. http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12487/7170745?cpt=8&wpid=2637 WZDX bridging the gap between urban and rural communities... that's the goal teams from lawrence county and boston worked toward today. renata di gregorio was at the meeting... she has the details to the plan for economic development. renata di gregorio: an exchange of ideas and culture to spur economic development in lawrence county and to bring southern hospitality to boston. the conversation began in moulton.susanne goldstein: "taking that urban/rural divide and pairing communities in our country to work together." creating sister cities to, on one side, boost the county's economy with big city ideas... proncey robertson: "we need industry, we need economic growth, we need businesses and jobs here in lawrence county." and bring some small town charm and values to the city streets. proncey robertson: "we call it 'just smile boston.'"susanne goldstein: "there's a way of life here that i think we could benefit from that is about community and is about caring for each other in a way that we have a really great opportunity as bostonians to learn from." all filmed for a documentary to reach a wider audience... to show the bigger lesson on how breaking down stereotypes through conversation can lead to a more productive country. susanne goldstein: "we don't know what they're really like until you take the time to sit down, have a conversation. we can find opporutnities to heal, opportunities to realize we are the same more than we are different."proncey robertson: "if we can have that kind of an exchange it will be productive for both communities and that's what we hope to do out of this project." in lawrence county renata di gregoriowzdx news tomorrow the "boston team" meets with the lawrence county commission and the industrial development board... for the first time.




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