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November/December 1999

November/December 1999 Smart Growth

Selected Feature How Smarth Growth Can Save Growth  By Tom Angotti Oregon: Where’s the Growth Control?  by Kevin Adams Who Benefits..

November 30, 1999

Who Benefits From Smart Growth?

By Faisal Roble Politicians all over are hawking smart growth as a formula for enlightened urban development. They include everyone from..

November 12, 1999

Oregon: Where’s the Growth Control?

by Kevin Adams In September of 1998 I had a wonderful opportunity to serve another year in AmeriCorps National Service (“domestic..

November 12, 1999

How Smarth Growth Can Save Growth

By Tom Angotti I saw Lewis Mumford the other day. He was the beneficiary of a technological revolution in embalming (how ironic, he so..

November 12, 1999
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