Written by: Stephanie Grace
Even before hurricane Katrina's floodwaters were pumped out of New Orleans, the nation's top urban planners started weighting in on the devastated historic city's future. Their motives were generous, but not exclusively so. The August 2005 catastrophe offered the planning community an unprecedented opportunity: Here was a chance to redesign a city from the ground up, in accordance with the most current thinking on livability, walkability, and sustainability.
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