Why I Do the Work I Do

November 30, 2014 marked the 40th anniversary of the death of my grandmother, Charlotte Louise Guy, who tragically fell victim to a confluence of mitigating circumstances that resulted in her death: a 17-year old girl, who’d just learned on the column downshifting of her family’s GMC pickup; a residential street with a short length of narrow sidewalk that was overgrown by and obstructed with a lengthy hedgerow…; the first snow of winter in Springfield, Illinois; and the improper schooling many of us once received as to how to walk...

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MGT’s clients made for an impactful 2015!

MGT’s clients made for an impactful 2015! As we commence the second month of 2016, and continue the journey into our 23rd year, we want to express our appreciation to our clients and steadfast supporters for helping to make 2015 one of our very best years. We are indebted to every one of you for your project collaboration and commitment to the development of healthy, safe, and active communities. Join us in looking back on the strides we made together last year: Tribes, Rural Communities & Nonprofit FAST Act Wins As a Tribal...

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Sharing a Few Thoughts

Welcome!  This is MGT’s new blog. We invite you to read and comment on topics ranging from grant and technical writing to community design/development via implementation of effective Safe Routes to School, Complete Streets, and other innovative strategies designed to encourage health, wellness and activity. See you next weekend!

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