December 31, 2010
Farewell 2010 . . .
We had a great year here on the Land Use Prof Blog. The stats show that we reached a lot of new readers, and we were very pleased and humbled to get some positive feedback from those of you in the land use community. Land use is a field that covers a lot of ground both academically and professionally, so it's been fun to try and cover topics of interest to academics and practitioners in law, planning, government, real estate, environmentalism, and all of the other fields involved.
Thanks so much for reading the blog in 2010. We have some exciting things planned for 2011, so please keep reading, and please keep sharing your thoughts and ideas. Happy New Year!
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Have you published the following article? It is referenced in Jim Kelly's "Refreshing the Heart of the City:
Vacant Building Receivership
As a Tool for Neighborhood
Revitalization and Community
The CDC Model of Urban Redevelopment: A Critique and an Alternative
82. Randy Stoecker has argued that the tension between advocacy and production
has become too great for the community development movement and
that CDCs need to have the size, capacity, and support to focus on technical
aspects while community groups must be free to advocate. Randy Stoecker,
The CDC Model of Urban Redevelopment: A Critique and an Alternative, 19 J. Urb.
Aff. 493 (1997).
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