there remains a problem. And that is how to save our cities from what's called "militarized urbanism," which is the drive to aggressively — even belligerently — secure designated neighborhoods or buildings in order to strengthen control by owners and official authorities. We all want our cities to be safe. But we don't want their beauty, energy and street life destroyed in the process.
that effective counter-terrorism policy needs to balance security measures with good city planning.
Have you seen examples in your fair city ? we have large planting bowls