Tag Archives: Community Engagement

An Interview with Five Corners Strategies Founding Partner, Frank Rizzo, Posted on by Janderson

Five Corners Strategies, one of the nation’s leading grassroots public affairs firms, has expanded its California office. With established offices in Boston, Washington DC, Harrisburg, PA and Saint Louis, the firm’s increased activity in California made the Bay Area an easy choice for expansion – and as we found out, having Frank Rizzo lead the charge makes even more sense. We …

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When it comes to community engagement – not all whiskeys are bourbons., Posted on by fivecorners

By Frank Rizzo The saying goes that not all whiskeys are bourbons but all bourbons are whiskey. The same goes for community engagement for waste companies. Not all public relation campaigns are community engagement but all good community engagements efforts are great PR. Landfill and waste facility development are often controversial and involve long, drawn-out processes for permitting and more …

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Community Engagement – “Soft Costs” with Hard Realities, Posted on by Ben Kelahan

The wind industry is encountering more opposition than ever. The industry now faces even a more challenging stakeholder environment than they had before

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