Letter from the Chair
As an active member in ASLA and now Chair of the Landscape Land Use Planning PPN, it seems so long ago that I first stumbled across the Professional Practice Networks (PPNs) during one of my searches through the ASLA website.
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Short Circuiting Controversy in Cultural Resource Protection in Ithaca, New York
Collaboration between planners and university archaeologists to proactively protect archaeological resources can minimize prospects for conflict and controversy in growing communities. Beginning in 1993 George R. Frantz, ASLA, AICP, of the Town of Ithaca Planning Department, and Professor Sherene Baugher,
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Small Cities Face Large Challenges With Public - Private Partnerships
While large scale cities have grabbed the headlines regarding the rebirth of their downtowns, many small cities (those with populations of less than 60,000) have been undergoing profound and fundamental changes that redefine their focus, purpose, and importance in the
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Letter from the Chair
Short Circuiting Controversy in Cultural Resource Protection in Ithaca, New York
Small Cities Face Large Challenges With Public - Private Partnerships
 

 

Stan Clauson, ASLA, Chair
(970) 925-2323
stan@scaplanning.com