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CREATE Common Ground: Taylor By CSTC
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Transit By Carl Small Town Center
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Rural Transportation Study for the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians.
Fulton Book By Cari Varner
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In Spring 2007, the Carl Small Town Center at Mississippi State University worked with the small town of Fulton, Mississippi to develop plans for the revitalization of their historic downtown. This... More > book documents student work from that process.< Less
CREATE Common Ground: Houston, MS By Carl Small Town Center
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CREATE Common Ground is the result of a partnership between the Carl Small Town Center (CSTC) at the School of Architecture at Mississippi State University and the CREATE Foundation... More > (http://www.createfoundation.com) that began in 1998. It is the partnership’s belief that the greatest impediment to community development is the community’s ability to identify and understand the impact of the built environment on the quality of life. Each year, a community in Northeast Mississippi is selected from a pool of applicants to participate in the CREATE Common Ground class. This year, the City of Houston was selected by the CSTC and the CREATE Foundation. Students Ryan Burrage, Nick Jackson, Michael Klein, Adrian Massey, Stevie O'Neal, Mark Talley, Finas Townsend, and Kate Wylie opted to become involved in this service-learning class, taught by Cari Varner.< Less
Carl Small Town Center: Portfolio 2012 By Carl Small Town Center
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This is a portfolio of the recent and current work being done at the Carl Small Town Center.
Highway 82 Bypass By John Poros
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Mississippi Bypass Guidelines By Tracy Quinn
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These guidelines for highway bypasses in the State of Mississippi are intended to be used as a resource for elected officials, transportation agencies, community advocates and others interested in... More > improving the quality of transportation infrastructure projects and how they relate to their respective communities. Bypass projects many times are necessary and helpful in maintaining and improving the flow of traffic through regional and inter-regional roadways. But there are also many unintended side effects associated with the implementation of a bypass that are often not apparent to the general public. While these guidelines are intended to promote a more sustainable transportation system for the state of Mississippi, many examples (both positive and negative) from across this and other countries will be incorporated within this report to best exemplify both the effects and possibilities with bypass and other transportation infrastructure projects.< Less
Smithville, MS By Tracy Quinn
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This book is a collection of student work done through Mississippi State University's School of Architecture and the Carl Small Town Center. The work's focus is on the master planing and rebuilding... More > of Smithville Mississippi after the town was devastated in April of 2011 by and F5 tornado. It is important to understand not only the needs of a town directly after a disaster, but to understand problems that may have existed prior to a disaster. This book covers work that focuses on not only how to revive Smtihville, but how to continue its growth into the future.< Less
CREATE Common Ground: Calhoun City By Tracy Quinn
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Create Common ground is the result of a partnership between the Carl Small Town Center (CSTC) ad the CREATE Foundation that began in 1998. It is the partnership's belief that the greatest asset to a... More > community's to identify and understand the impact of the built environment on the quality of life. Each year, a community in Northeast Mississippi is selected from a pool of applicants to participate with the CREATE Common Ground class. The class is held by the Mississippi State University's School of Architecture in the Spring semester and open to students in architecture and any related design disciplines. Create: Common Ground has worked with dozen of municipalities throughout the fourteen years since its inception. This year, the Calhoun City was selected by the CSTC and the CREATE Foundation.< Less