civic-minded

civ·ic-mind·ed

(sĭv′ĭk-mīn′dĭd)
adj.
Concerned with civic interests or active in community affairs.

civ′ic-mind′ed



adj.
concerned with community well-being.
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In his speech earlier, Maszlee said civic education is important to build a civic-minded society.
'Yes, he did facilitate a donation of fifty million naira to the Olusegun Obasanjo Presidential Library, but so did many other individuals, including civic-minded traditional rulers, state Governors, bankers and captains of industry.
A highly civic-minded person, Laus was one of the organizers of the Save San Fernando Movement that pressed for the construction of the lahar-catchment FVR Megadike amid plans to relocate the Kapampangans to Palawan.
Civic-minded people, however, show slightly more tolerance for the rich-poor gap in America as an acceptable part of our economic system, and highly civic and social people are the most likely to rate as "extremely important" the government's responsibility to "increase the equality of opportunity for people to get ahead if they want to." It seems that civic-minded people have a greater optimism that efforts of self-betterment together with appropriate government assistance will pay off.
For the 6-year terms, our endorsements go to library Board President Dave Barry, a retired attorney whose dedication and skill led to his being honored in 2017 as Library Trustee of the Year by the Illinois Library Association; library Trustee John Sias, a civic-minded business owner with good judgment who was first elected as a write-in candidate two years ago; and accountant Parth Patel, whose youthful perspective and idealism offers the promise of new ideas to help the library respond more effectively to new patrons and to expand its role as a community meeting space.
The event brought together civic-minded IT professionals, software developers, designers and data analysts to innovate in public services by creating technology solutions to address the needs of fellow citizens.
Shedding more light on the scholarship, she explained that it was established in 1903 by the English businessman and politician Cecil John Rhodes to impart a sense of civic-minded leadership and moral resilience in the future leaders.
The ballroom of the Okada Hotel was packed with 900 attendees: the awardees and their families the PCS officers and organizers the members of media, diplomatic corps, and of the Camera Club of the Philippines as well as civic-minded supporters and guests.
To have Opus recognised as one of the 50 most civic-minded companies in Orange County is a testament to the culture that is deeply embedded in both Opus and its team members.
Summary: Mark Zuckerberg may want to ask someone smarter, thoughtful, and civic-minded to decide on the future of his company
Speaking to Miriam O'Callaghan on RTE radio, he said: "It appears a machine gun fell out of the back of a car and was handed in by a very civic-minded citizen to the gardai.