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Wed 10/16/18

Loup County, Neb.— Loup County is the 5th least populous county in Nebraska, and the 10th least populous in the country, with 632 residents (as of 2010) covering 568 square miles of land.  This gives the county a population density … Continue reading

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Fri 6/1/18

Santa Rosa, Calif.– a rapidly growing city of 175,000 north of San Francisco.  Thousands of homes were burnt to the ground in last October’s wildfires.  Here’s a news story about the first home being rebuilt in the Coffey Park neighborhood.  … Continue reading

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S.C. Developments

Rock Hill – “The Anderson” – 108 E. Main St. (Street View), featuring 89 apartments in a location to help bring downtown back to life.

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Texas Developments

Austin West Campus Is The Envy of Austin’s New Urbanists – shows high rises planned for this university area.  (article dated 2/24/17; I’m posting 3/21/18)  Here is the site of the first one, under construction, which looks to be magnificent.  Look … Continue reading

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Tue 1/31/17

Durham, N.H.–Lots of new development in or near downtown the past few years.  Starting on Main St., let’s see what goes up at this fenced-off site, where an old house used to stand.  Here’s a nice new addition to downtown, … Continue reading

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Mon 1/2/17

Longmont, Colo.–I search the web for a new urbanist village in Colorado and came up with Prospect New Town, located on the site of a former tree farm.  Its slogan is, “Where rural country meets urban downtown.”  This appears to … Continue reading

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N.H. Developments

State 10-year highway plan–2017 – 2026–dated 5/18/16–Everett Turnpike widening planned for 2022 – 24. Route 16 Corridor Safety Study–dated June 2015–see p.18 for proposed double-pronged roundabout in Conway

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