“Jane Jacobs didn’t trust urban planners. She once told me that planners would call her all the time and tell her what great work they were doing in her name. Then she would find out that they were following the same old pattern she was opposed to.”

Urban Planner Thomas G. Lunke reflects on the life of Jane Jacobs in City Limits Magazine.

Remembering Jane Jacobs: The Life and Times of a Local Luminary was last modified: March 6th, 2012 by ksalay@pps.org
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