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CBJ is celebrating 10 years of publishing
in-depth local business news.
We are proud to provide you with news and information that helps
you stay informed. On July 28, 2013, we will publish a 10-year
anniversary commemorative issue including a timeline of the major
business and regional milestones and stories from the past 10 years,
and a discussion from business and community leaders on the
challenges and opportunities for the next 10 years.
Distribution: 7,000
Publication Date: July 28, 2014
Ad Deadline: June 13, 2013
Bike to Work
Employers discuss benefits
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By Cindy Hadish
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who see libraries
CEDAR RAPIDS—Critics
will quickly
as obsolete book warehouses
Cedar Rapids Pubbe silenced by the new
CINDY HADISH
lic Library.
offer more
Not only does the building
for Internet
than 100 public computers
computer staaccess, along with treadmill
amenities, but
tions and other high-tech
re-foot faevery space in the 94,000-squa
accommodate curcility was designed to
to the future.
rent trends with an eye
home
from
work
Entrepreneurs who
meet with clients;
can reserve a room to
Skype with potenstartup companies can
state or country
tial customers in another
suite and
using the library’s collaboration
can hone their
fledgling theater troupes
skills in the 200-seat auditorium. in the
fill a need
“It’s definitely going to
Mussman, the
community,” said Amber
, noting that for the
library’s spokesperson
can be reserved for
most part, all rooms
is going to have a
free. “This community
library.”
library unlike any other
450 Fifth Ave.
Set to open Aug. 24 at
see at least 1,500
SE, the new library could
to 1,200 per day
visitors daily, compared
flooded five years
in the previous site that
ago at 500 First St. SE.
first floor in
Everything on the library’s
location, which
that 84,000-square-foot
lost in the flood of
opened in 1985, was
June 2008.
checked out
Surviving items that were
children’s
and those on the second-floor
westside licity’s
area were used in the
Mall and now at
brary, first at Westdale
Ladd Library,
the 21,000-square-foot
3750 Williams Blvd. SW.
location in
A temporary downtown
221 Third St. SE,
the Armstrong building,
Innovation
Worship
Entrepreneurs to pitch
businesses Oct. 23
Synagogue moves
into new space.
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SEPT. 23 - 29, 2013
Forming the future look of dow
the
Bob Pasicznyuk draw back
Mussman and Library Director
Public Information Officer Amber
of the new library.
Cedar Rapids Public Library
children’s area the “cherry”
24. Mr. Pasicznyuk called the
a tour of the new facility July
1. CBJ subscribers
2. Cedar Rapids Economic Alliance members
3. Cedar Rapids Home Builders members
4. Cedar Valley Economic Alliance members
5. Iowa City Area Chamber of Commerce Members
6. Iowa City Home Builders members
covering of the literacy wall
during
Officials unveil
streetscape concepts,
seek public input
closed this June.
225,000 books,
GRAND OPENING
Ms. Mussman said all
with a
the forthcoming limovies and music for
opening Aug. 24. Events begin
expected for the library’s grand
new, a process that
capsule dedication
More than 10,000 visitors are
brary were purchased
a.m. ribbon cutting. A time
at 9 a.m., followed by a 10
trends and studies
party in Greene Square Park
artist Albert Paley, will be dedicated
involved research into
the red sculpture by metal
Before the
is slated for 1 p.m. and “Regeneration,”
of locally popular materials.
reached 1.2
By Pat
Shaver
at 3 p.m.
flood, circulation numbers
with 1.5 million
p.m. Friday and [email protected]
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million items annually,
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Thursday;
9 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday through
library opens.
Regular library hours will be:
predicted once the new
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day and 1-5 p.m. Sunday.
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may look like a new
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place.
Last week,
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Iowa
City officials held another input
meeting
where people could see artist renderings
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of potential aesthetic improvements
to the
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downtown that were gathered from
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meeting and ideas posted online.
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For more than 10 weeks, residents REGIONALISM
treatments.
have been sharing their ideas on
how to
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improve and refine downtown, the
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trian mall and the Northside Marketplace Economic Development
Area
of
on www.inspiredowntownic.com.
Organizations, Chambers
CVBs
Potential improvements include
Commerce,
transportation accommodations, public
and Downtown Associations
seating, lighting, landscaping, use of
signage
and alleyway use.
“The design elements really matter
and
we do care. The challenging part
is prioritization, it’s a 30-block area and
we have
to prioritize,” said Nancy Bird, Iowa
City’s
Downtown District’s executive director.
Updating landscaping and adding
Iowa City residents gave feedback on potential
trees
design plans for the downtown area during
in areas downtown and updating
an open forum Sept. 18. Officials will take
recommendations by January.
signage
feedback and compile a plan of
and lighting with design features
that are
roads on surrounding streets.
unique to Iowa City are a few ideas
more competitive,” Ms. Bird said.
that
“But
“You can do a lot of simple things
the day, will be a guide for the
that
are being considered. For example:
there’s also so much of it that we
future of
wayhave dramatic effects,” Ms. Bird said.
don’t
downtown for many years,” said
finding signs through the pedestrian
have to do anything with.”
Geoff
mall
Those simple improvements could
Fruin, Iowa City assistant city manager.
atthat mimic book spines, and light
From the information gathered
fixtures
tract more customers to the area
at the
Even
minor
changes don’t happen
and also
that resemble the dome at the top
Sept. 18 open house and additional
of the
bring in new businesses and residents,
onovernight, he said.
Ms.
Old Capitol.
line feedback, a committee will
create a
Bird said.
“There could be minor modifications
The concepts also show a consistent
plan with recommendations that
will be
“There’s dated infrastructure and
that take place in 2014, maybe new
we’re
look similar to the brick walkways
completed in December or January,
trees,
through
in a very different era. This is the
Ms.
modifying planters or adding bike
heart
the pedestrian mall expanded with
Bird said.
lanes.
brick
of our city and it’s important to
make us
“This planning exercise, at the end
of
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