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Fw: The Ecological and Economic Argument for Urbanism

From: user 6.
Sent on: Wednesday, January 20, 2010 1:07 PM
Hi Guys,
 
A Propos our discussion last night about having more social gatherings, would anyone be interested in going to this event at BoBos' this coming Friday night? The talks usually start at 6:30, and it's generally a good idea to get there a little earlier. They last for about an hour and then people usually sit at the bar and chat. Let me know.
 
"Joe Minicozzi will present an environmental and economic analysis of urban design projects and the specific case study of the I-26 project.  Joe will update the audience on the work of the Asheville Design Center and the progress they have achieved with NCDOT over the last year of work.  Additionally, Joe will present concepts of cost/benefit analysis and analytic tools that will be presented at February's national Smart Growth Conference in Seattle."
-Celia

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Subject: The Ecological and Economic Argument for Urbanism


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January 22nd, 2010: The Ecological and Economic Argument for Urbanism

 Asheville ConnectorJoe Minicozzi will present an environmental and economic analysis of urban design projects and the specific case study of the I-26 project.  Joe will update the audience on the work of the Asheville Design Center and the progress they have achieved with NCDOT over the last year of work.  Additionally, Joe will present concepts of cost/benefit analysis and analytic tools that will be presented at February's national Smart Growth Conference in Seattle.
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