Good news for the SF’s effort to slow climate change?
Visual summary of new projects for San Fran’s Market & Octavia neighborhood on www.sfnewdevelopments.com.
Who do we alienate when we call ourselves “urban” planners? I interned with the California Governor’s Office of Planning and Research, and this is what I found:
San Francisco only city to receive two HUD Choice Neighborhood Planning grants help for affordable housing projects in Potrero Hill and Sunnydale.
Climate change? Hasn’t that been proven to be a conspiracy by scientists to get grant funding?
Do ridership increases in the Northeast bode well for high speed rail in California?
UrbDeZine loves urban community blogs like this one in Oakland
SanFran – state issues glowing report: Treasure Island radiation safe . . . sort of.
SPUR’s take on California fiscal crisis
San Fran Fed Courthouse, survivor of great quake & trier of Tokyo Rose, gets National Register status.