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.

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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.

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