Monday, August 15, 2005

More input for controlling development

As a nice follow-up to my previous story on how Philadelphia neighborhoods are having to fend for themselves in the midst of sudden pressure for new development, America's Hometown yesterday noted a publication aimed to guide design of development for communities statewide, focused on ending up with better conservation of green space, shaping of communities, and shepherding of historic sites and other existing resources. (Note: the report itself is a book-length PDF; ascertain your interest level accordingly.)


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