New Urbanism – My Journey

This past decade, I have found myself answering this basic question of how I ended up in the world of new urbanism. I certainly did not grow up in an urban environment, and when I mention that I am from Nebraska, people really get confused of how I could have such a passion toward somethingContinue reading “New Urbanism – My Journey”

The hate for cities has gone too far

The suburbs are mistakenly having a moment as Cities have become the patsy for the Covid-19 pandemic. Lazy, surface level views of the pandemic have duped cities as the enemy while some are even making major life changes as a result. Yes, cities represent areas of greater density and population. Cities also represent commerce, economicContinue reading “The hate for cities has gone too far”

List of Five

A few years ago, my good friend Nick Kittle asked for what he called a “list of ten”. For some background, Nick was the Public Works Director at the time, and I often challenged him on what could be done in Colorado Springs. The “list of ten”, as I saw it, was a way toContinue reading “List of Five”