This series of posts about the protests in Hong Kong, written by the Pinboard guy, seem like an instruction manual for large-scale protests in America. Should we get to that point, I guess.
From this morning’s GMRVA; Roberto Roldan at Virginia Public Media, which is now the name of our local public media…group? collection of stations? squad?…looks into the affordable housing component of the proposed North of Broad development. Here’s the deal: The developer will build 80 affordable units by 2022 and then “the developer expects to build […]
From City Observatory: Portland’s tony Pearl District, adjacent to downtown, as blossomed in the past decade, adding more than 7,000 new residential units, plus offices and stores. The city’s policy has plowed tens of millions of dollars in the tax increment from new construction and rising property values into affordable housing in the neighborhood. That […]
The Old South may be your American Downton Abbey but it is our American Horror Story, even under the best circumstances it represents the extraction of labor, talent and life we can never get back. When I do this work, it drains me, but I do it because I want my Ancestors to know not […]
Love this bit from the James River Park System draft Master Plan: The consensus is that the JRPS should not and will not be building additional roads and parking lots to solve the growing access challenges on site, as that necessarily degrades the conservation of the park proper. Download the draft plan here and fill […]