In the old community conversations, developers would come in to push their revenue generating projects in ways that usually divides the community in support for further taxing the community for these projects. This is a classic case of a push approach. What if we did the opposite pull approach? The community gathers bi-annually to generate and timestamp a list of desired projects, then invites developers to bid on multiple projects the community then financially supports with state and federal funding. This would make a world of difference and would actually build rather than divide the community.