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Ask Us Anything in a Live, Members-Only Webcast

Ask Us Anything in a Live, Members-Only Webcast

Every other month we host a live webcast where Strong Towns members can ask their questions of our President Chuck Marohn and Communications Director Kea Wilson. Members: Don’t miss Ask Strong Towns on April 18th!

Chuck Answers Your Questions

Chuck Answers Your Questions

As part of our membership drive, Chuck Marohn invited Strong Towns members to submit their questions—any question—and today, on a late-night, Mountain Dew-fueled podcast, he's answering them.

Open Mic: Code Smell

Open Mic: Code Smell

A code smell is a piece of code that correctly executes a given task (i.e. it's not a bug) but its construction indicates deeper flaws in the logic and design of a program. 

Ask Strong Towns #16

Ask Strong Towns #16

We invite our members to submit their questions on anything they would like out thoughts on. This week we talk RSS feed, irrational fears and organizing members.

Ask Strong Towns #'s 13, 14 & 15

Ask Strong Towns #'s 13, 14 & 15

Ask us a question; we'll find you an answer. This week we get caught up on some Ask Strong Towns questions including ones on stroad repair, traffic engineers and making cool maps.

The Density Question

The Density Question

What combination of increase in private investment and downsizing of public investment will give my city a private to public investment ratio of 30:1?

Ask Strong Towns, Question #12

Ask Strong Towns, Question #12

How does the segment of ST members who are not planning professionals or government officials can learn enough to effectively advocate for Strong Towns - to become Strong Citizens.

Haussmann or Jacobs?

Haussmann or Jacobs?

Our challenge is not bringing order to successful chaos but creating successful chaos within a well-ordered failure.