18 February 2010

The Tarrgum on Planning and Design

The front page of today's Daily Targum (The Rutgers campus paper) has two EP&D stories above the fold.
First, Franklin Township has launched an Easton Avenue Corridor Study.
Second, the University is taking a step back from the Greening of College Avenue.
Here is the operative quote:
“All of the other projects that we bring to you for your approval — the dining hall on [Livingston] campus, the proteomics building and the Nelson [Biology Laboratories C-wing] all come with revenue streams …” said University President Richard L. McCormick. “There’s no revenue stream for the greening of College Avenue unless you charge students for walking past bushes and trees.”

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