• For the first time in more than 100 years, a market reopens on the location of Australia’s first public market [Parrametta Sun]
  • Connecticut yearns for car-free streets and neighbor interaction in public spaces [The Herald]
  • In London, Ontario, Nestle Water is protesting a ban on the sale of bottled water in government buildings, and promoting recycling education in public spaces [CNW Group]
  • Los Angeles must reopen its alleyways for public use [blogdowntown]

  • London’s 100 Public Spaces Project, aiming at creating and improving 100 public spaces in the city, will be completed for the 2012 Olympic Games.  The program hopes to highlight the benefits of great public spaces, and illustrate that they can be created and maintained easily and affordably. [Mayor of London]

Places in the News: August 18, 2008 was last modified: March 6th, 2012 by Robin Lester
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