He calls it a "partial list" of policy ideas that "certainly do not include every important priority in our town. But it's a start."
His first idea is called a "50-year flyover," a one-day conference bringing together people "from many occupations and backgrounds" to brainstorm the future. Writes Chiles:
"We can't possible make good decisions about the future of our town until we can visualize what Springfield and the surrounding community will be like in fifty years."
We're also psyched by Chiles' call for a new city flag, one that's "bright and beautiful." Finally, a chance to convince the city to adopt the Superman look.