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Norman Krumholz, Champion of Equity Planning, Dies at 92

The planning community lost a luminary in Krumholz, the author of the "Making Equity Planning Work" and the former director of planning for the city of Cleveland.
December 23, 2019, 6am PST | James Brasuell | @CasualBrasuell
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Steven Litt reports:

Former Cleveland city planning director Norman Krumholz, one of the nation’s most respected and progressive city planners, died Saturday morning at Casey House, Montgomery Hospice in Rockville, MD., after suffering complications following a stroke, according to his family. He was 92.

Litt describes Krumholz as "one of the nation’s most respected and progressive city planners," and provides details and insights of a long career and brilliant career.

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