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Background Information

Employment History

Graduate Student

University of Oregon

Grad Student In the Community and Regional Planning Program

University of Oregon

Assistant Planner

City of Waldport

RARE Intern

City of Waldport


Member of and Board
Oregon Downtown Development Association

Oregon Downtown Development Association

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Services Assessment [cached]

ODDA Resource Team Program Evaluation prepared by Michael A. Cerbone, Graduate Student, University of Oregon, PPPM

Rural Development Initiatives [cached]

Mike Cerbone

Mike Cerbone, a grad student in the community and regional planning program at the University of Oregon, is on the fast track to success.In 2001 he was a RARE intern working as an assistant planner with the City of Waldport and a contract planner with an independent firm.When he heard about upcoming RFF training, he jumped at the opportunity.
Mike says he gained valuable experience through the training.Far younger than the other RFF participants, he found himself rubbing elbows with mayors, planning directors and other rural decision makers."It was great being exposed to community leaders and a variety of rural projects," Mike recalls.Specific skills he learned include dealing effectively with people from diverse backgrounds and viewpoints, grant writing, and dispute resolution.Today, he's putting those skills to use in his new role as a field services representative with the Oregon Downtown Development Association.
"RFF was a great experience," Mike says.

Staff and Board Members of ODDA [cached]

Mike CerboneField Services Rep

Mailing Address: PO Box 2912 Salem OR 97308 Site Address: 161 High St SE #236

Rogue River, Oregon - Visitor and Relocation information [cached]

Gold Hill has many great qualities to capitalize on, said ODDA representative Mike Cerbone, whose resource team took pictures and investigated all aspects of the city, including its history.Location close to Interstate 5 and along the Rogue River, plus the fact hundreds of people drive through town on their way to the Crater Lake National Park "have tremendous potential to attract tourist dollars," he said.

Ideas included promoting connections between points of interest which would encourage people to walk instead of drive, Cerbone said.
Historically, Gold Hill's main street was Fourth Avenue."Revitalizing Fourth Avenue would improve economic development," said Cerbone.There were many "missing teeth" along that street which could be filled in with buildings with similar facades to the ones still remaining, he said."New buildings also could bring the focus back to the unique history of the area."
By connecting back to its past, Gold Hill could form a link to its gold mining history.One idea would be a gold mining interpretive center at the Sports Park, said Cerbone.
The Sports Park is a valuable resource, he said.Possibilities for expanded use would be a bicycle motocross (BMX) track or skate park to give middle school age students something to do in town.Bike paths could also be extended and trails established to connect community interest points.
The city could capitalize on its close proximity to the Rogue River by improving access to the beach area, said Cerbone."Second Avenue is only a block away from the river," he said.
The ideas presented at the meeting were only for consideration by residents, Cerbone said."It's up to the people who live here to decide what they want."
The ODDA meetings were sponsored by the Gold Hill City Council, the Gold Hill Planning Commission and the Gold Hill Community Development Organization (Can-DO).
Having so many people give their time for city improvement is just one more thing which makes Gold Hill unique, said Cerbone.

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Mike Cerbone

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