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Erin Chantry, of Tindale Oliver urban designers, wrote a nice little piece about the Congress for the New Urbanism panel where I spoke alongside G.B. Arrington of Parsons Brinckeroff. I promised a little fire and brimstone, but apparently I came off as way too reasonable.
Posted on 05/23/2012 in CNU XX, Events, Urban Structure | Permalink
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Way too reasonable! LOL! Thats a good one. Thats why I like to read your blog. Reasonable. Transit isn't left or right, republican or democrat, liberal or conservative, its reasonable, common sense, or it can and should be and you make it sound that way amidst all the clamoring voices.
06/04/2012 at 16:42
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