Tuesday, May 22, 2012
I am delighted to return to Land Use Prof Blog permanently after my stint here earlier this year. My thanks to Matt Festa and the other editors for giving me a chance to do so.
In addition to new content, I will soon begin posting updates on several items I mentioned in my January posts that have taken interesting turns since. Stay tuned! I also hope to continue the use of this blog as a voice for both the academic and practicing land use community. And so, if you have articles, events, or announcements you'd like to feature on the blog, feel free to contact me, and I'll do my best to get notices up in a timely manner.
Once again, it's great to be back. And the real blogging will begin momentarily...
Stephen R. Miller
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