Originally Posted by alkemical
we will probably look @ the 'discount model' for how the culture is here. There are different models.
Baltimore's model might be the best fit for this area.
Incentives are not just $, but also community driven. It does help keep local $'s local.
Well, that only works if the community as a whole buys into the concept. I don't disagree with you. However, the idea of something 'being good for the community' is an esoteric and not tangible idea. Its hard to rally folks around that. Much easier to rally folks around the idea of "use this, pay less."