Regional and small town investment
Small towns like Milton are ravaged by meth crises. The main population of regions are old people and students, as high skilled work has moved to the nearby big cities. To overcome those issues, the government should invest in community centres, business, and youth activities to actually give people a place in their community to feel involved. The issue is that these towns are hollowed out but the government can help to give them life again.
Why the contribution is important
It is sad for the people in places like Milton and South Auckland to not have purposeful community institutions and employment. You can’t expect these people to simply pick up and move to bigger cities, so these communities deserve investment.
by uptheregions on May 29, 2018 at 01:49PM