The Orlando Sentinel

The Orlando Sentinel talks with Bill Warren, city manager of the Reedy Creek Improvement District, which is a semi-autonomous government that runs the land under Disney World.
Nov 7, 2011   The Orlando Sentinel
<p>Responding to concerns over the state's rapid growth, the environmental group has pledged to support a proposed measure that would allow voters to decide questions regarding planning and growth.</p>
Mar 2, 2007   The Orlando Sentinel
<p>After 15 years, a university president's ambitious plans to improve his school have made an equal -- if not bigger -- impact on the surrounding region.</p>
Feb 11, 2007   The Orlando Sentinel
<p>A unique regional organization is inviting thousands of today's Central Floridians to determine the future living pattern of 3.5 million new residents projected for the area by 2050.</p>
Feb 3, 2007   The Orlando Sentinel
<p>The domestic diva Martha Stewart is putting her stamp on a New Urbanist style community in Central Florida.</p>
Jan 5, 2007   The Orlando Sentinel
Pressed for land, cemeteries in Orlando, Florida, and elsewhere are being more efficient with space.
Oct 2, 2006   The Orlando Sentinel
Recent ruling by a Florida court says that the annexed property is not contiguous to the city, thus halting the proposed development plan.
Sep 7, 2006   The Orlando Sentinel
An economist with the National Association of Home Builders argues that government mandated inclusionary housing has good goals but negative consequences.
Aug 8, 2006   The Orlando Sentinel
Decades in the planning, a $491 million deal between Florida and CSX Transportation will bring relief to commuters in Central Florida, with service scheduled to begin in 2009.
Aug 4, 2006   The Orlando Sentinel
High land prices in the Orlando area have helped encourage higher density development. Urban planners applaud the new trend, but some residents worry about the change in the region's character.
Aug 1, 2006   The Orlando Sentinel
Pelham Square, a 200 home development proposed by creators of Celebration, faced opposition by County planners and residents due to its rural location and density.
Jul 21, 2006   The Orlando Sentinel