City zoning shakeup plan sells sparkle, but flows from cruddy tap

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These before-and-after photos show the intended results of form-based coding, enacted in many cities across the U.S.

These before-and-after photos show the intended results of form-based coding, enacted in many cities across the U.S.

Below are two parts of an interview granted by regional planning agency officials John Bridger and Karen Hundt. They discuss the benefits in the change of policy that will start to undo decades of damage imposed by the earlier system.

The interview is at Chattanooga’s most aggressive news and analysis source, Hot News Talk Radio 1240 910 1190, covering Dunlap and South Pittsburg as well as Chattanooga. Online live at hotnewstalkradio.com, and also available on your smartphone through the tunein.com radio app. Please consider supporting this station with your advertising dollars, as we promise results among a high-end audience of listeners.

I’m working on a transcript of this interview and should publish it in a few days.

City’s zoning reform; fresh water but dirty pipe


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Form-based planning sought for Chattanooga


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