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Getting Transportation Priorities Straight

By Lisa Schreibman As New York City grew in the 1990’s so did the demand for transportation. Population grew by 9%, jobs by 10% and..

May 19, 2001

Community-based Planning: Moving Beyond the Rhetoric

By Jocelyne Chait The growth in community-based planning across the United States over the past decade reflects increasing recognition of..

May 19, 2001

March/April 2001 Queers and Planning

Selected Feature Queers and Planning  By George Cheung and Ann Forsyth Transgendered as Mine Shaft Canaries  By Petra L. Doan Deviant..

March 30, 2001

Zoning That Excludes Queers: What a Difference a Phrase Makes

By Gwen Urey In Pomona, California, where I am a planning commissioner, a simple phrase in one sentence of a complex ordinance would have..

March 19, 2001

Are the Transgendered the Mine Shaft Canaries of Urban Areas?

By Petra L. Doan In coal mining country it is common knowledge that canaries are highly sensitive to noxious methane gas sometimes found in..

March 19, 2001

Queers and Planning

By George Cheung and Ann Forsyth Planners Network has had a commitment to queer issues for some time, but what this means has not been much..

March 19, 2001

January/February 2001 Planning

Selected Feature Federal Urban Renewal Not Dead  by Tom Angotti Race and Waste: Options for Equity Planning in New York City  by Juliana..

January 30, 2001

Deviant History, Defiant Heritage

By Gail Dubrow While there is no shortage of queer folk in the preservation movement, as volunteers and preservation professionals there..

January 19, 2001

Race and Waste: Options for Equity Planning in New York City

by Juliana Maantay The concentration of waste transfer stations in New York City’s poorer neighborhoods and communities of color..

January 19, 2001

Federal Urban Renewal Not Dead

by Tom Angotti So you thought Nixon killed federal urban renewal in the 1970s? Did you know that the federal government is currently..

January 19, 2001
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