A project that is both an inspiration and a cautionary tale of what happens when projects don’t have a clear vision of where they are headed.
As Lincoln Project’s project plan template demonstrates, Lincoln’s future is not guaranteed.
The project plan also illustrates what is at stake when we do not see a clear direction for our Lincoln project.
It shows that Lincoln will need to make some decisions and decisions that may lead to some unexpected results.
The most important decision we must make in our Lincoln Project is the one to find the right funding model.
This is the question that Lincoln Project has faced repeatedly since the start of its project in 2013.
The project is still working on a funding model that is close to its goal of $1.3 billion, and the project has not come up with a budget that satisfies the needs of Lincoln and the community.
This has left the project without a clear roadmap for how to move forward, and it has been a major concern for many.
For example, some project members have expressed concern that Lincoln may need to borrow money from outside donors to continue the project, which would likely result in the loss of millions of dollars in funding.
In a letter to Lincoln Project President Michael Fisk, the project’s current board of directors outlined a number of possible options for how Lincoln could continue the Lincoln Project.
However, these options are not clear.
As I said in the opening paragraphs of this blog, we can all agree that the Lincoln project is in dire need of investment.
The only way we can fund it is if we all support Lincoln’s vision and make it happen.
We all have a role to play in this project.
We can do more to ensure that Lincoln continues to thrive and be successful by working together.
To get started, I encourage you to visit the LincolnProject.org website and learn more about Lincoln’s progress.
I also invite you to share your thoughts about this important project on Twitter or Instagram.
Lincoln Project’s mission and mission statementThe Lincoln Project (LNP) is a nonpartisan organization dedicated to restoring the historic and culturally significant landmarks, historic buildings, and historic monuments of the United States and around the world through the arts, education, and preservation.
LNP’s mission is supported by the National Trust for Historic Preservation and by its partnership with the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).
For more information about LNP and the Lincoln Park Project, visit www.lincolnproject.org.