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Urban Meyer and staff just put the finishing touches on the 2018 recruiting class. Gone is the no-news cycle of college football. It’s time to get some early thoughts on the 2019 class. 645 more words
A thrilling new report on how biometric technologies assess human taste in architecture was published yesterday on Common/Edge. As I’ve said before, good on C/E for running an essay, as it occasionally does, that refrains from trashing new traditional architecture, as it usually does, often in the guise of even-handedness. 1,165 more words
By Jason Jordan, director of policy, American Planning Association
The Census Bureau is the cornerstone of the federal statistical system and the critical data resource for a vast array of local decision making in the public and private sectors. 478 more words
Ocean Grove wins a 2017 "Great Neighborhood" award from the American Planning Association's NJ Chapter.
From the NJ Chapter of the American Planning Association:
“Launched in 2012, Great Places in New Jersey recognizes unique and exemplary downtowns, streets, neighborhoods and public spaces – four essential components of exceptional communities. 351 more words