February 2004

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Greater Ohio campaign
Rethinking local affordable housing strategies
Cincinnati sustainability indicators
Full accounting of Bush environmental record
Labor leaders and smart growth

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Ohio's air pollution dilemma
Cleaning the air indoors
Asthma-friendly schools
Restoration priorities for the Great Lakes
Mentor Marsh management plan
Ecological design philosophy at Oberlin

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Back to prosperity in the Rust Belt
Cleveland's sobering Census numbers
Toledo threatened by land-use trends
Community Rules guide for managing growth
Interview with housing expert Tom Bier
OSU Extension planning tools and resources

Spiritual side of smart growth
Bishop Pilla on the moral implications of sprawl
Ethical principles for land use
Spiritual perspective on the costs of sprawl
Land use rights and responsibilities

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Circle-Heights Bike Network progress
ODOT questions Euclid Corridor bike lanes
Cleveland Bikes organizes
Innerbelt Bridge as a complete street?
Give us the road, not bike facilities!
Scenic Ohio calls for context-sensitive highways
Demanding highways that respect communities
Ohio's scenic byways


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