LAND News 17 Nov 2010

Planning for B.C.’s biggest city – [Surrey Leader]

MSU Study: Urban farming could be big boost to Detroit’s diet – [Michigan Radio]

What about “shapes of avoidance” on the landscape? – [SeattlePI]

Re-Detroit: Seeking the vision for a revitalized city – [Metrotimes.com]

Dublin shops to get deliveries by bicycle – [thejournal.ie]

Quadrangle Architects wins urban intensification award for Downtown Markham project [Daily Commercial News & Construction Record]

Greenville cyclists set ideas in motion on lane plan for city – [greenville online]

Britain’s streets to be lit by the power of the sun – even at night [Solar Power Portal]

Can a remodeled (Madison) Central Library attract public and accommodate homeless?

Designer says windfarm to have limited visibility – [The Press & Journal]

Landscape architect outlines upgrades for Lynn Common – [Itemlive.com]

Two BSU students named Rhodes Scholarship finalists – [The Star Press]

Breathing new life into MacCabe Park – [Illwarra Mercury]

Examiner Editorial: A roadmap to save America’s cities – [Washington Examiner]

Muskegon’s Ruddiman Creek to undergo second round of restoration work – [mlive.com]

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