Hi and Happy St. Patricks Day planners everywhere.
Here in Barrow,if one does not wear some green, it is for he or she to get pinched.
So I made sure that I had a clean green shirt.
I've been invited to speak to a University planning class in Fairbanks toward the end of the month ---about my planning career and some lessons learned along the way.
I started working in planning in Toronto back in 1966, and was just wondering if anyone out there might have any perspectives on how city and rural planning have changed within the last 40 years, or even the last 20-30 years.
Seems to me that we've been through the energy conservation and alternate energy phases before. And planning now is more high-tech in general. More emphasis now on rebuilding central cities? Comments, other ideas?
PS--on thing that has remained constant in the last 40years is that Electric Football remains popular. And the Chicago Cubs keep falling short.