10 – 20 years after NYC residents fought to save Greenwhich Village and Washington Square Park from Robert Moses’s destructive expressways, San Diego residents fought to save Barrio Logan and City Heights from an even more aggressive CalTrans.
Mark Bonn PHD who has been used by teams looking to secure public financing for stadiums, assumed that the vast majority of people attending Blue Jays spring training games wouldn’t live in the county where the games were played.
News analysis By Ken Williams | Editor The Uptown Planners seem to be borrowing a line from the late comedian Rodney Dangerfield, whose catchphrase was “I don’t get no respect.” Members of the citizen-elected volunteer board, which advises city planners on matters related to growth and development in the Uptown district, expressed anger at their April 4 monthly meeting that the Planning Department is not paying attention to their recommendations. And the immediate collateral damage …
“BRT Creep.” In this Planetizen summary of a Voice of San Diego article, “BRT Creep” is explained as the little concessions and short cuts that municipalities make to budgets and politics, which accumulate to make transit rapid in name only.