Yes, two weeks before a presidential election, we visit Canada. You know–to scope out city council meetings (and real estate).
It may be October up there but, folks, the Grand Forks city council was HEATED like a hot tub in Cabo! 554 more words
Urban agriculture is a growing phenomenon throughout the country. This goes beyond simply having a little vegetable garden, which was long a staple of suburban homes, and instead consists of applying some actual agricultural know-how to urban plots. 291 more words
The last page of Sonia Hirt’s book Zoned in the USA lays out a key paradox in the American zoning system:
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Isn’t it ironic that American residential space is so sacredly residential (so protected from intrusion through land-use law, that is) only because it is so commercial (because it is an object of trade rather than an object of our sentiments)?
October 20, 2016: Belmont Citizen-Herald
A public input meeting on the renovation of the PQ playground, over behind the VFW Hall and the tennis courts, brought together an eclectic group of folks recently in the Butler School cafeteria. 560 more words
I never quite realized how comprehensive city zoning codes were until I learned about the updates Arcadia was making to theirs. Learn all about them in my new Arcadia Weekly article.
Below is the agenda for Monday night’s Alpharetta City Council meeting along with highlighted links to many of the supporting materials. Please feel free to leave questions and comments about agenda items in the comment section and I will do my best to respond in a timely manner. 602 more words