Episode 23 — Co-creating the city you want to live in, with Ben Orcutt

Jordan Clark
Jan 30, 2019 · 1 min read
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Ben Orcutt is a bike-advocate-turned small business owner and candidate for city council of Anderson, Indiana. He joins Jordan Clark on this podcast to discuss the importance of believing in your neighborhood, how cities could help clear hurdles for citizens who want to contribute, and what we stand to gain by focusing on authenticity and transparency in local government.

Check out Ben’s campaign page here.

Near Anderson? Visit Buckskin Bikes for all your bike needs, and then hop over to Jackrabbit Coffee for your caffeine fix.


The Go Cultivate! podcast is a project of Verdunity, which aims to help cities address growing service & infrastructure needs with increasingly limited resources. Find out more at verdunity.com.

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(Music in this episode is from Custodian of Records and Tours.)

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