December 5, 2012
To the Editor:
Korky Koroluk’s Sept. 7 column based on Storm Cunningham’s leading edge global regeneration philosophy, lands well.
I love the fact that Koroluk calls to task the old style of site development of the local Tunney’s Pasture project and next lays out the vision for a better way using Cunningham’s visionary techniques and new crowd-action tools.
Wouldn’t it be great if other columnists in other cities were to admonish the old ways of project planners of new works and challenge them to think in terms of the broader view, for the greater good, that these new revitalization tools require?
And better yet, wouldn’t it be even more wonderful, if the planners listened?
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