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  1. Universities as Town Portals

    National Town Builders Association
  2. Grad Students Flock to Real Estate

    USC Lusk Center For Real Estate
  3. Town of Haverstraw Seeks Developers For 159-acre Prime Real Estate Site

    Ferrandino & Associates Inc.
  4. Arizona Planning Association To Hold Annual Conference in Tucson September 12- 15, 2001

    Arizona Planning Association
  5. Arizona student redefining affordable housing.

    University of Arizona
  6. Planning-Oriented Public Relations and Marketing Workshops Offered This Fall

    American Planning Association
  7. Graduate City Planning Fellowships Available

    Cal Poly State University-San Luis Obispo
  8. Fox & Fowle Architects to Receive AIA-NY Award Of Merit for Jamaica Center Master Plan

    Quinn & Company
  9. New Interactive Sprawl Quiz

    Reason Public Policy Institute
  10. Faith Based Development: Building the Community from the Inside Out

    Environmental Protection Agency
  11. School Sprawl

    Environmental Protection Agency
  12. Allison Ramsey Architects Publishes Portfolio of Traditional House Plans

    Allison Ramsey Architects
  13. Announcing the California Planning Foundation 2001 Auction

    PGN
  14. Fox & Fowle Cited For Excellence By The Urban Design Awards Program

    Quinn & Company
  15. Resources and Regulatory Constraints to Growth Conference

    USC Lusk Center For Real Estate, Urban Land Institute Los Angeles
  16. How to Turn a Place Around- A two day training course in New York City

    Project for Public Spaces
  17. New Community Design to the Rescue: Fulfilling Another American Dream

    National Governors Association
  18. Los Angeles APA Congratulates New AICP Members

    Los Angeles Section, APA
  19. Affordable Housing and Smart Growth

    National Neighborhood Coalition
  20. Responses invited to Planning is the Problem on www.opendemocracy.net issue 3/ Planetizen July12.

    university of essex. england

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