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1. Public Engagement is Broken

by Grant Henninger | May 30, 2018

I have yet to see a public input process that was participatory enough to reflect the desires of a community.

2. What a Steakhouse can Teach us About Walkable Neighborhoods

by Rachel Quednau | May 31, 2018

The current design of our cities is a lose-lose for business owners and residents.

3. A Relentless Desire to Control

by Johnny Sanphillippo | May 29, 2018

You can put up all the signs you want, but your community will still be vulnerable to a myriad of external shocks.

4. How Can Public Events Plant the Seed for True Placemaking?

by Jen Jones Donatelli | May 30, 2018

After the crowds clear, what type of long-term impact does a public event leave in its wake?

5. The Via Negativa of Building Strong Towns

by Spencer Gardner | May 30, 2018

We must work to reduce the negative impacts on our cities and towns before we try the next trendy planning intervention to solve our problems.

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