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E-Government (PAS 525)

2004 Paperback
Web-based citizen participation tools can streamline tasks such as permitting, provide in-depth information on plans, and expand visioning exercises.


Meeting the Big Box Challenge (PAS 537)

2006 Paperback
This report from APA's Planning Advisory Service is a guide to meeting the challenges and taking advantage of the opportunities presented by big-box stores.


E-Government (PAS 564)

2011 Paperback
This updated edition shows how today's technologies are making public planning more efficient, cost-effective, and engaging.


Telecom Hotels (PAS 505)

2002 Paperback
Since 1999, buildings in larger cities have been converted into telecommunications facilites or telecom hotels. This report defines facility requirements and location criteria and provides sample ordinances and a model ordinance.


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Sunday, April 27, 2014, 5:30pm

A sense of humor goes a long way towards solving planning problems. Be prepared to laugh as you hear nine speakers (quickly) address common planning challenges. Once Upon a Time: Olympic Medals in Town Planning 1928-1948, E. V. S. Carmichael, AICP; EcoBricks or Plastic Bottles that Can Build a School!, Janet Lynn Wright, AICP; Biking in 100 degrees: A Bicycle and Pedestrian plan for Jeddah, Saudi Arabia; Oliver H. Sellers-Garcia, AICP; Building and Burning: What happens when you give the City to the Citizens, Rachel Downey; City Streets: Livable or Killable?, Andrew Boenau, AICP; Are Preservationists Elitist?, Jennifer S. Minner; Behind The Dreaming Spires, Alison Wright


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Street Vending (PAS 509)

2002 Paperback
This report addresses key elements surrounding this controvesial activity, including economic development, urban design, operations, and permitting and enforcement.


Planning Los Angeles

2012 Paperback
Los Angeles isn't planned; it just happens. Right? Not so fast ...


Classic Readings in Urban Planning

2004 Paperback
The best anthology in planning just got better! This indispensable compilation is essential reading for planning students, practitioners, and educators.


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