Planning Commissioners Journal

Jeffery R. Levine asks if, given the reliance on property taxes, the planning process is truly revenue-blind.
Sep 26, 2011   Planning Commissioners Journal
Elaine Cogan gives these tips for talking about planning issues with senior citizens and getting the most out of them throughout the planning process.
Oct 1, 2009   Planning Commissioners Journal
Niles, Michigan has managed to build jobs and add businesses to its Main Street over the past five years. How did they do it? Wayne Senville of the Planning Commissioners Journal stopped by on his tour around the U.S.A.
Jul 7, 2009   Planning Commissioners Journal
<p>Hospitals are being built and renovated all across the country -- a trend responding to the aging baby boomer population.</p>
Feb 27, 2008   Planning Commissioners Journal
Historian Larry Gerckens outlines the ten successes that have shaped the modern American City -- from sewage systems to integrated transportation.
Feb 9, 2006   Planning Commissioners Journal
Creating more direct connections shortens travel time, which effectively brings people closer to their destinations.
Oct 19, 2005   Planning Commissioners Journal
The Planning Commissioner's Journal offers free access to an article about the devastating flood that hit theGrand Forks metro area in 1997 and local recovery efforts.
Sep 4, 2005   Planning Commissioners Journal
PCJ Editor Wayne Senville offers his opinion on the Bush Administration proposed elimination of Amtrak's budget.
Feb 22, 2005   Planning Commissioners Journal
Planning Commissioners Journal focuses on the impact that changes in our society are having on zoning regulation.
Nov 30, 2001   Planning Commissioners Journal
The Planning Commissioner's Journal presents one town's experience with developing a sewer ordinance.
Nov 29, 2001   Planning Commissioners Journal