October 8, 2010 · 11:11 am
Get right with God. Fix your zoning.
That’s not something you hear regularly from the pulpit, maybe. But it’s gospel nonetheless. Here’s why:
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Tagged as aging in place, American Grace, Ben Brown, Bowling Alone, Buddhism, Christianity, community, connectivity, form-based coding, Golden Rule, healthy communities, livable communities, Robert Putnam, smart growth, zoning