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APA CD-ROM: Maintaining Neighborhood Character

American Planning Association
CD-ROM, IL

Many historic neighborhoods are experiencing rapid teardowns and the rebuilding of monster homes or other buildings that undermine smart growth principles. For historic and conservation districts this is a pressing issue. Learn how communities have developed codes and guidelines, as well as community visioning programs, that respond to these incompatible developments. As communities grow and change, explore how historic preservation can be successfully linked to new development


Instructors:

Katie Hatt

Nore Winter

Jim Lindberg


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