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Vacant Urban Land--Friday Public Affairs Forum Discussion
When urban crisis and housing foreclosure meet new urban planning & development, there can be interesting new issues as well as challenges. Learn more, at this week's
"Public Affairs Discussion Group on Friday October 21 at 12:30 pm in the Kelvin Smith Library, Dampeer Room (2nd floor).
• Friday, October 21: What Can Be Done With Vacant Land in Shrinking Cities? W. Dennis Keating, Ph.D., J.D., Levin College of Urban Affairs, Distinguished Professor & Director of the Master of Urban Planning, Design and Development (MUPDD) Program, Cleveland State University.
Cities & suburbs are now faced with tens of thousands of abandoned houses as economics and tax bases change and force shifts in population demographics. Join us to hear about this and also about land banks—and how else we can facilitate change in our community.
Sponsored by the Center for Policy Studies and hosted each Friday at the Kelvin Smith Library, these open discussions are designed to encourage scholarly interactions between the university and the public.
The Kelvin Smith Library location map also indicates an underground parking garage for visitors (fee), and nearby metered street parking, as available.
Posted by Karen Oye on October 19, 2011 06:42 PM