Parking Management: San Diego Style (Part Two)

San Francisco has 23,000 metered parking spaces and sets prices using complex “demand-responsive rate… [more]

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Oh the Stories They Could Tell… “Is That a Beluga Whale?”

There is a unique joy in walking through a building and experiencing what it was, understanding what… [more]

Oh the Stories They Could Tell… “Is That a Beluga Whale?” Oh the Stories They Could Tell... "Is That a Beluga Whale?"

What if we all ‘Left No Trace?’

As I’ve been camping and sharing my adventures, there’s one thing that keeps showing up over and… [more]

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Bay Area Housing – The Shape of Things to Come

           In 2016, one of the world’s premier architecture awards, the Pritzker Prize,… [more]

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Is Indianapolis a good comparison for a San Diego Charger downtown stadium?

On the subject of a potential downtown San Diego East Village NFL stadium, some proponents have asserted… [more]

Is Indianapolis a good comparison for a San Diego  Charger downtown stadium? Is Indianapolis a good comparison for a San Diego  Charger downtown stadium?

Does San Diego’s “Citizens Plan” ballot initiative violate the single subject requirement?

A sweeping ballot initiative is being circulated in San Diego.  It's called The Citizens' Plan for the… [more]

Does San Diego’s “Citizens Plan” ballot initiative violate the single subject requirement? Does San Diego's "Citizens Plan" ballot initiative violate the single subject requirement?

Exhibit Review: Nature Connects at the South Coast Botanic Garden

Do you enjoy LEGOs and nature?  If yes, then I have the perfect exhibit to recommend to you.  Over… [more]

Exhibit Review: Nature Connects at the South Coast Botanic Garden Exhibit Review: Nature Connects at the South Coast Botanic Garden

Urge Pasadena to Approve the Measures to Address Homelessness

Where are we now on homelessness in Los Angeles? Much has happened in the three months since my UrbDeZine… [more]

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Park Planning for Underserved Communities in Los Angeles County

When I tell people that I work for the Department of Parks and Recreation, many ask whether I watch the… [more]

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Parking Management: San Diego Style (Part Two)

San Francisco has 23,000 metered parking spaces and sets prices using complex “demand-responsive rate adjustments.”  Around SF City Hall, for example, hourly rates vary by time of day and block by … [Read More...]

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Oh the Stories They Could Tell… “Is That a Beluga Whale?”

There is a unique joy in walking through a building and experiencing what it was, understanding what it is now, and contemplating what it can be in the future. … [Read More...]

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What if we all ‘Left No Trace?’

As I’ve been camping and sharing my adventures, there’s one thing that keeps showing up over and over in my experiences: trash. … [Read More...]

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Bay Area Housing – The Shape of Things to Come

           In 2016, one of the world’s premier architecture awards, the Pritzker Prize, was given to an architect known primarily for social housing projects.  The award illustrates that not only for … [Read More...]

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