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It’s not you, it’s me: a breakup letter to Brookings

My dear Brookings Institution, you recently wrote up a blog post on the importance of manufacturing hubs to kick-start America’s new industrial economy. By the time you read this, I will be miles away, hidden behind a computer. So I feel that I can safely say what needs to be said: you wrote a lot, […]

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Industries and Urban Form: categorizing businesses by proximity and speed

With the growth of form-based and performance-based zoning, specific land use restrictions are beginning to fall to the wayside, and this is becoming especially relevant for urban industrial areas. As technology continues to improve and existing performance standards are met or bettered, it seems increasingly less relevant to plan for a specific industrial use. The problem […]

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