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Wednesday, April 16, 2014
 

The Plight of the Urban Core

A look at the rise and fall of the Urban Core's population with the help of pre-consolidation city limit...
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City wants to ticket on Nights and Weekends

Changes may again be coming to Downtown parking laws, but this time it could be the final nail in the...
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An Argument for Maximum Setbacks

Should we change our setback laws to encourage the long term development of a walkable community?
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Jackson Square Controversy Brewing

Opposition is brewing in San Marco concerning the impact of Jacksonville's latest proposed transit...
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Can Jacksonville become a Sustainable Community?

This April 2005 presentation by the Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council serves as an open and shut...
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The Components of a Healthy Neighborhood

According to a recent USA Today article, public health researches have identified neighborhood features...
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Quality of Life in Jacksonville

The Jacksonville Community Council has released a Quality of Life report that highlights some of the...
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Are we prepared for an oil crisis?

How does Jacksonville stack up when compared with the 50 largest U.S. cities in a recent study on areas...
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Duval County Courthouse: Still stumbling in the Dark

$350 million finally approved, a third design team hired and four years later, the questions raised in...
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Memorial Day brings $4 gas to Jacksonville

This Memorial Day brings record gas prices to Jacksonville. Are the citizens of Jacksonville now more...
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Redefining the Mall in the name of Urbanism

Metro Jacksonville attempts to clear up the local media's misconceptions about the characteristics of...
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Your Neighborhood Affects your Health

People's health is influenced by where they live. Where we live is made up of many physical, social and...
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A Solution to JaxPort's Rail Logistics Problem?

The City and Port Authority believe spending $60 million for a new railyard may be the solution to the...
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Jacksonville is Growing, but How Fast?

Due to the housing bust and slumping economy, Florida is growing slower than ever in the past three decades....
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Parking Meters: No Exceptions!

Fighting a fire in downtown Jacksonville? Not without a quarter.
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