Class: Start by defining who and what we are
Those were a couple of the more interesting questions posed by Aaron Fodge, a transportation planner with the North Front Range Metropolitan Planning Organization and a presenter I heard from on the first day of this year’s Leadership Northern Colorado class.
For the next six or so months, I’ll be attending Leadership classes and reporting back to readers on all that I learn and see. The program, a partnership between the Fort Collins, Loveland and Greeley chambers of commerce, is meant to bring together individuals from our two counties and introduce them to some of the many organizations, companies and sights and sounds that constitute Northern Colorado.
There are 32 of us in this year’s program, and if the first day is any indication of what’s ahead, there’s a ton to learn.
The first full session took place in mid-January, and the day began at McKee Medical Center in Loveland, where the group heard from Fodge.
In the course of his presentation, Fodge highlighted several of the infrastructure and physical features that make
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