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NashvilleNext: Sustainable Urbanism and Community Livability

 

Be part of Nashville's solution!

Join us for

NashvilleNext Speakers' Series


"Sustainable Urbanism and Community Livability"

5:30 PM, Monday, March 25, 2013

Presentation by Doug Farr, President,

Farr Associates Architecture and Urban Design

Laskey Hall, Scarritt-Bennett Center,[masked]th Avenue South

Free and open to the public

See more at

http://www.nashville.gov/Government/NashvilleNext/Speakers-Series.aspx

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  • Zacheus B. O.

    'GOD,the Self-Subsisting is Greater than all the Great ONES"Story will follow DV

    March 26, 2013

  • Bob T.

    Great presentation with clarity and humor of a complex subject. I can hardly wait to read his book and the next one he has in store. Nashville's citizen leadership, with collaboration in our community, is already planning smarter and opening more green space to live.

    Thank you Doug Farr, thank you sponsors, thank you hosts, and thank you attendees for bringing your energy to NashvilleNext!

    1 · March 25, 2013

  • Mark W.

    The speaker for this one, Doug Farr, was extremely knowledgeable and very entertaining. The next one looks good, too. Metro Nashville is really trying to create space and opportunity for the citizens to be informed and to be heard. There was a good turnout, but I think there is room and need for more voices. And I fear that unless the public speaks with undeniable passion, persistence, and vehemence, the entrenched business interests will grind the plan down until it fits into a business-as-usual-shaped hole.

    Don't forget to come to the April potluck, when Greg Clayton of NashvilleNext will dine with us. Let's send him back downtown ready to let the mayor know that we've got some ideas of our own about Nashville's future.

    March 25, 2013

  • Karen

    scheduling conflict this time. Keep me on the list!

    March 23, 2013

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