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An updated conceptual design of the KPEP development was shared with participants at the meeting Nov. 22. The area outlined in BLUE identifies the former Indiana Steel & Wire property to be developed. Residential properties will not be developed on th...

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Creative Crosswalks Coming to a Muncie Neighborhood near You The collaboration of the Muncie Arts and Culture Council, Building Better Neighborhoods, the City of Muncie, and Ball State University’s College of Architecture and Planning produced a worksho...

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Muncie Neighborhoods IDEA Conference Call for Proposals Ball State’s Office of Community Engagement, Building Better Neighborhoods, Shafer Leadership Academy and Muncie Action Plan are collaborating on a 2nd IDEA Conference and have issued a “Call for...

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Annual Forest Park Neighborhood Holiday Party Article by Lindi Conover For the past three years, the Forest Park Neighborhood Association in Muncie, Indiana, has been hosting its annual Holiday party for families and children in the neighborhood. Each yea...

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Minnetrista and McKinley Neighborhoods Host Ball State Immersive Learning Project Article by Lindi Conover | Photo by Derek Tulowitzky  This Spring, the Minnetrista Neighborhood Association and the McKinley neighborhood will be hosting students from Bal...

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Muncie Organizations Offer Series of Training Events to Neighborhood Leadership Article by Heather Williams The Muncie Action Plan, Shafer Leadership Academy and Ball State’s Building Better Neighborhoods have partnered to offer a series of training e...

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The Power of Collaboration Muncie Action Plan (MAP) believes in the power of collaboration. Collaboration plays a critical role in our community. In 2010, the Muncie community reported in the first Action Plan (MAP1) that poor health, poverty, unemploymen...

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