Cambridge, Hornby & C0rtes models

Comparative Analysis Of Cambridge, Hornby & Cortes MOdels Of Local Governance

A lot of Cortesians were talking about local governance earlier this year. My colleague De Clarke wrote that more than 40 people were at the public meeting held in Mansons Hall. I submitted the attached comparative analysis of Cambridge, Hornby & Cortes local governance models to a subsequent research committee meeting on February 22, 2020. 

Cambridge, Hornby & Cortes local governance models
Cambridge, Hornby & Cortes local governance models
Comparative analysis of the Cambridge, Horny & Cortes local governance models – Roy L Hales

Cambridge, Hornby & Cortes Models

These associated interviews were published on Cortes Currents:

Going Forward

The research committee’s activities were brought to an end with the advent of COVID and the Cortes Virtual Community Meetings

It remains to be seen if someone, or a group of someones, will pick this endeavour up and carry it to the next level.

Hornby Island by Phoenix Wolf-Ray via Flickr (CC BY SA, 2.0 License)

Top photo credit: Townhall Meeting (Somewhere in Central Europe) by all2gethernow via Flickr (CC BY SA, 2.0 License)

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