13 June 2015

Yes, A Charming Town > What's Missing? Clue = PEOPLE

Mostly MainStreet Images: People Seen: Mimes@MAC, teens on the sidewalk, lunch@ Margarita's
PICTURES ARE WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS
 Upper Left-hand Corner: Mesa Tribune Headline: TRUTH
An Important Part of A Downtown Vision = People
re·vi·tal·ize
verb: A verb is used to signify the performance of an action
Every verb needs a noun to perform its action.
One noun and one verb are the minimum needed to make a complete sentence—for example:
  • People left.
  • Committees plan.
  • Sidewalks wait.
verb: revitalize; 3rd person present: revitalizes; past tense: revitalized; past participle: revitalized; gerund or present participle: revitalizing; verb: revitalise; 3rd person present: revitalises; past tense: revitalised; past participle: revitalised; gerund or present participle: revitalising

imbue (something) with new life and vitality
"a package of investments to revitalize the economy"
synonyms
:reinvigorate, re-energize, boost, regenerate, revive, revivify, rejuvenate, reanimate, resuscitate, refresh, stimulate,  
breathe new life into: LIKE THIS WITH PEOPLE
 . . . Light Rail, no cars, green zone, people on the streets, activities, mid-rise buildings with vertical gardens, water-harvesting, urban gardens, solar roof panels: THAT'S A VISION for The New Downtown Mesa

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