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Roundup 7-31-2015


Built Environment/Planning/Transportation – Bucharest on Hillsborough?

— The Realtors Talk Walkability

— Mobility Fees: A Step

— Is This Economic Development?

— Conclusion

Transportation – Express Mess… 5,321 more words

Economic Development

Mickey Mao's Playhouse (or why weird architecture isn't that new, and why we need this weird crap)

Can weird architecture contribute to society? It depends on your definition of weird, and if that definition of weird includes any reference to starships, phallic symbols, and teapots. 320 more words


Oh Sidewalk, Sidewalk, Wherefore Art Thou Sidewalk? (AKA The Built Environment)

Last week I walked downtown and almost got pancaked by a car.

So naturally, after I made sure I was still three-dimensional, my mind wandered to my built environment. 414 more words


Mississippi Drive Corridor Vision and Project Kick-off Event

As we prepare for the September 1, 2015,  Kick-off of the Mississippi Drive Corridor Project, I wanted to pass on an educational piece that highlight’s the vision for transforming Mississippi Drive. 165 more words

City Of Muscatine

Construction Industry Summit announces its two day programme

The Construction Industry Summit: Government and Industry Working Together is a major two day event in the 2015 construction industry calendar taking place in London on 8-9 September at Grange, St Paul’s Hotel, in Central London. 402 more words

Built Environment

Save the Date: September 1 to be Mississippi Drive Corridor Project Kick-off

Save September 1 and plan to attend a kick-off event for the Mississippi Drive Corridor Project. The event will be held at the Muscatine Riverfront, with specific location and time information to be released soon. 358 more words

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