Council to consider occupancy limit | press-citizen.com | Iowa City Press Citizen

City Press Citizen reports

“Iowa City Council will vote for the second time Tuesday to consider restricting the number of unrelated people living together. Only three unrelated people, two fewer than what is allowed now, would be able to live in a single unit, according to the ordinance.

“The concern is to keep the downtown viable for everybody,” said Christina Kuecker, associate planner with Iowa City’s Urban Planning Division””

Council to consider occupancy limit | press-citizen.com | Iowa City Press Citizen.

Treeless Christmas comes to Granville – Vancouver Sun

Vancouver Sun reports

“There will be no Christmas lights twinkling in the trees along downtown Granville Street this year.

As of Tuesday, only stumps remained of the section of urban forest that stretched from Smithe Street down to the Granville Street Bridge.

Trees along Granville Street have been cut down as city prepares for neighbourhood upgrade. In total, 120 mainly ornamental cherry trees were cut down last week as the City of Vancouver began preparation work on a $21-million neighbourhood upgrade.”

[SOURCE: Vancouver Sun Treeless Christmas comes to Granville].

Center for Urban Waters call for Artists

Artists and/or artist teams from the states of Washington , Oregon , and California are invited to submit qualifications to create site-specific artwork for the Center for Urban Waters.

More information at the Website

Download the proposal

[SOURCE: Welcome to TacomaCulture].

Wellington City Council: Let’s Do It Again – Scoop.co.nz

Wellington City Council doesn’t like its five-year old upgrade to the pedestrian Mall. The City has decided to reinstate the two-lane road with two-way traffic. The City’s reasoning is to reinstate the precinct known as the Golden Mile in Wellington, it would also allow bus routes to pass through the mall at a 30km/h(18mph) speed limit.

[SOURCE:Scoop: Wellington City Council: Let’s Do It Again].

IFLA Newsletter No .79

The latest newsletter from IFLA has been released and its focus is on Climate Change and the role that Landscape Architects will play in the future.

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