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Fence-Line Community; Virtual Community Site Community
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Geographical location of a company’s operations, offices, or assets. ____ are immediate neighbors while ____ are people connected to the company online.
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Employee Community Communities of Interest
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Groups that share a common interest with the company. People who work near the company.
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Mutual Interdependenc e Community
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Refers to a company’s area of local business influence. A business’s relationship with the community or communities with which it interacts, regardless if it’s small or large, local or global.
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Business Mutual Interdependenc e
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There are business expectations on both sides, including what the business expects from the community and what the community expects from the business; in the best situations, community The community wants them to pay taxes, provide jobs and training, follow laws, and support schools.
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support of business and business support of community are in balance.
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Business Business
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The community wants them to support the arts and cultural activities, local health care programs, and parks and recreation. The community wants them to assist less- advantaged people, contribute to public safety, and participate in economic development.
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Community Community
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Businesses want them offer services for schools to provide a quality educational system, provide recreational opportunities as well as libraries, museums, theaters, and other Businesses want them to provide an adequate infrastructure (sewer, water, and electric), adequate transportation systems (roads, rail, airport, harbor), and effective public safety services
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cultural services and organizations. (police and fire protection).
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Civic Engagement Community
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to provide fair and equitable taxation, streamlined permitting services, quality health care, and a cooperative problem-solving approach. The active involvement
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