Dan Kildee

Chairman, Genesee County Land Bank

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Treasurer of Genesee County in Michigan and Chairman of the Genesee County Land Bank; chief spokesman for the movement to shrink the City of Flint, the birthplace of General Motors

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A new movement for grappling with dying cities has emerged in recent years. Instead of just coping with the wreckage of decline, it focuses on intentionally shrinking cityscapes.

Redefining the Urban Landscape

A new movement for grappling with dying cities has emerged in recent years. Instead of just coping with the wreckage of decline, it focuses on intentionally shrinking cityscapes.

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