The Ann Arbor News – MLive.com reports
“The Ann Arbor Public Art Commission’s decision to ask German artist and landscape architect Herbert Dreiseitl submit a proposal for an installation at Ann Arbor’s city hall has generated a quite a bit of discussion.”
[SOURCE: Ann Arbor’s public art program gets attention – Judy McGovern – The Ann Arbor News – MLive.com]
Democrat and Chronicle reports
“A new trail for bicyclists and pedestrians that runs along the Lake Ontario State Parkway is expected to open by November.
State Department of Transportation crews started last week clearing away scrub vegetation to prepare for the $1.9 million project, said DOT spokeswoman Lori Maher……… Jon Harman, DOT landscape architect, said the new paved 12-foot-wide
trail will run through the existing DOT right-of-way, “weaving in and
out of the existing vegetation.”.”
[SOURCE: Democrat and ChronicleWork begins on Parkway trail in Greece]
The Augusta Chronicle reports
“The vision of the future Augusta and North Augusta sees hundreds of new houses along the Augusta Canal and a revitalized shopping district along Broad Street that links to a new riverfront baseball stadium.
The new Augusta Tomorrow urban core development plan released today……”
[SOURCE: The Augusta Chronicle – Urban development plan proposes $1.5 billion in projects]
The Boston Globe reports
“Teams of Boston middle school students presented their urban design plans and architectural ideas to Mayor Thomas M. Menino yesterday, Jones Lang LaSalle said.
“The presentation was the culmination of the seventh annual urban planning ideas competition that engages over 100 middle-schoolers each year,” Jones Lang LaSalle said in a press release.”
SOURCE: The Boston Globe – Students present urban vision – Daily Business Update
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The Windsor Beacon reports
“The new police facility will be a green building, using Best Practices building standards to design an energy-efficient, cost-savings home for the Windsor Police Department.
But the Windsor Town Board opted Monday night to not take the next step and make the building Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certified……..cost an extra $107,450 in design fees…….”
SOURCE: New police facility will have ‘green’ design but won’t be LEED certified | WindsorBeacon.com | The Windsor Beacon