Planning Naked | July 2016

Planning Naked | July 2016 by Dr. Mark David Major, AICP, CNU-A, The Outlaw Urbanist contributor Your (hopefully) hilarious guide to everything about the latest issue of APA’s Planning Magazine   Note: In all likelihood,  one of the better issues of Planning Magazine in the last 15 years from the point of view of objective … Continue reading Planning Naked | July 2016

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Planning Naked | June 2016

Planning Naked | June 2016 by Dr. Mark David Major, AICP, CNU-A, The Outlaw Urbanist contributor Your (hopefully) hilarious guide to everything about the latest issue of APA’s Planning Magazine The Rise of the Aqua Planner. “Water Everywhere” in From the Desk of APA’s Executive Director section by James M. Drinan (pp. 3) discusses the … Continue reading Planning Naked | June 2016

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Planning Naked | April 2016

Planning Naked | April 2016 by Dr. Mark David Major, AICP, CNU-A, The Outlaw Urbanist contributor 1. What is this? An actual plan on the cover of Planning Magazine! Well, that is promising. However, it would be wise to not hold our breath. Some things in this issue should illicit anger. 2. The first 12 … Continue reading Planning Naked | April 2016

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Planning Naked | March 2016

Planning Naked | March 2016 by Dr. Mark David Major, AICP, CNU-A, The Outlaw Urbanist contributor “Partnering for Success”, this month’s From the Desk of the APA’s Executive Director article by James M. Drinan (pp. 3), is (unintentionally) a perfect illustration of what has gone wrong in this country: it’s not what you know but … Continue reading Planning Naked | March 2016

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Planning Naked | February 2016

Planning Naked | February 2016 by Dr. Mark David Major, AICP, CNU-A, The Outlaw Urbanist contributor February must be the ‘clear the backlog’ month for the editors of Planning Magazine because this month’s issue is a strange mixture of useless fluff and wrong-headedness where the eternal bogeyman of the planning profession, e.g. ‘lower property values … Continue reading Planning Naked | February 2016

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