Lens founder Karen Gadbois is taking a break from Squandered Heritage to focus on the business side of The Lens.
The city keeps track of each victory in the war against blight, listing each address on its website. But when we randomly checked those properties, we found trash, high weeds and houses that had supposedly been demolished.
The author argues for architecture that honors the beauty of the city in which it stands.
At Grow Dat, our mission is to nurture a diverse group of young leaders through the meaningful work of growing food.
The street, recently reopened to traffic at one end, will remain two-way.
Council voted 5-1 after impassioned comments from the community.
The community senses that its input, including a 74-page argument to uphold currently legal height limits, is losing ground to an overblown development scheme.
The city says it should receive a fair price; a source with the developer says it offered more than the appraisal.
Watch here at 8 a.m. Thursday; you'll have to supply the danishes and coffee.
Perez proposes 60-foot buildings rather than 75-feet, but a neighbor says that's still too high.