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Published on Mar 2, 2009
How any town, village or small city in the U.S. can create prosperity for its residents through implementing a FREE, 4-part prosperity program including (1) setting up a 4-year equivalency college ($2,000/year tuition) for residents to provide them with the technical and small-business skills now needed to compete; (2) encouraging residents in need of work and income to register in my task marketplace and list hundreds of keyword tasks each resident can provide (e.g., tutor quantum mechanics, mow lawns, repair 1959 Pontiac carburetor, MS Word mail-merge instruction, replace dashboard bulbs), with the town then marketing the website to the 25-mile radius surrounding the town to encourage others to buy the offered services (expected income of $100-$200/day per participant); (3) appointing and training a town attorney general to enforce the rights of residents at government expense and no longer suffer from the failure of federal and state governments to enforce your rights; and (4) setting up an area-wide payroll administrator (similar to an office temp agency) to be the employer of record for area small businesses and households hiring domestic help, to create substantial savings of time and money for the small businesses and encourage them to do more hiring.