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Good Urbanism 101 – Columbus
April 28, 2012 @ 8:30 am - 1:00 pm
After successful courses for members in Savannah, Augusta and Macon, Good Urbanism 101 is on the road again and excited to travel to Columbus!
Learn about the history of urban design, what it really means in practice, and important community issues affecting Columbus. Some of the topics covered in this seminar include platting and subdivision, street design and transportation, block design, and zoning.
Good Urbanism 101 is brought to you by the Georgia Conservancy’s Blueprints program, which just wrapped up a project for the City Lithonia and is currently working to provide smart growth recommendations for the Town of Moreland, Georgia. Instructors for Good Urbanism 101 are Doug Allen, David Green and Richard Dagenhart, all professors of architecture at Georgia Tech and esteemed experts on urban design.
General registration is $40.
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