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Placemaking on a budget: It's all about creating places for people, by people

By Susan Jackson, AICP and Al Zelinka, AICP (RBF/Urban Design Studio). Presented at the 2001 American Planning Association, National Planning Conference (New Orleans) - March 11, 2001. This presentation defines what it means to placemake on a budget, identifies good placemaking projects and resources, and outlines how to implement placemaking programs.



OrganizationAICP and Al Zelinka (RBF/Urban Design Studio)
Resource TypePresentation
URLhttp://www.rbfconsulting.com/presentation/...
Publish DateMarch 2001
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