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Planning Matters 3rd Qtr 2018 Now Online

The 3rd Quarter edition of Planning Matters is now online.


Downtown Westminster – A New Urban Center

Downtown Westminster – A New Urban Center
How the suburbs are experiencing a transportation transformation
Wednesday, September 19th
3:30 - 5:30 p.m.

DCI URA Board Training for Central Colorado

August 24th
8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Lakewood, CO

DCI DDAs in Action: CML & DCI Northern Colorado DDA Lunch and Mobile Tour

Community Building Colorado-Style Conference

October 19 2018
Boulder, CO

Planning Matters: Careers in Planning 1st Qtr 2018 February

1st Quarter 2018
Careers in Planning

Book Review: River of Lost Souls

by Jonathan P. Thompson (Torrey House, 2018)
I remember the Orange Tang of the Animas River running through Durango, Colorado, and on down to Aztec and Farmington, New Mexico, in August 2015. Where normally kayakers and fly fishermen joust with tubers and swimmers, the river coursed with the mineral runoff of Silverton’s shuttered Gold King Mine, zinc, cadmium, aluminum arsenic, and iron hydroxides let loose by an EPA remediation team.

When Choice is Not Enough

In the past several years, our firm has been conducting housing market research and needs assessments in some of the highest cost areas of the U.S. (San Francisco, Austin, and Denver regions), as well as those with moderate housing costs. In each of these studies, as I’ve been working through our findings, one question has consistently nagged at me…
“Do vouchers (still) work?”

Doing More with Less

By Robin Kerns, AICP, LEED AP / April 23, 2018
Doing more with less. A sentiment that represents the paradox of our modern planning and governance landscape. With each passing year, planners and policy makers are forced to make difficult decisions trying to manage our built environments now and into the future.



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