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The planning profession could use some anarchy!

Just before the climatic car race scene in the movie Grease, John Travolta’s opponent turns to him and says the following: Well, in the urban planning field, one can definitely NOT say “there ain’t no rules.” And that’s a problem. … Continue reading

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“Just because you can, doesn’t mean you must” (or should)

“Just because you can, doesn’t mean you must.” When I heard someone say that recently, I whole-heartedly agreed. How often do people feel they must push the envelope to the outermost edge of what is permitted when it comes to … Continue reading

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