Planning to Stay
From “the most valuable thinkers in American urbanism today” (New York Times) comes the first book to provide a thoughtful, practical process for neighborhood planning for concerned citizens as well as professional planners.
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Praise and Prizes
“William Morrish and Catherine Brown are the most valuable thinkers in American urbanism today.”
“A delightful and jargon-free little ‘how-to’ guide that’s written for the thousands of citizens struggling to organize and preserve their city neighborhoods.”
“The principles and basic approach can be applied to any vicinity. . . . Think of it as a Baedeker’s Guide to your neighborhood.”