Old Town Burleson, Texas, has many opportunities for placemaking and new pedestrian-oriented development that could enhance the identity of the suburb 10 miles south of Fort Worth, according to a new urban team led by Mithun|Solomon.
The Seaside Institute is offering a series of Arts & Architecture related classes this spring. Architectural Photography with Steven Brooke, Plein Air painting with Kathie Odom and an intensive drawing class with Brian Bomeisler. A limited number of affordable places to stay are available for registrants in the Seaside Academic Village.
In 2010, Decatur, Georgia completed a 10-year update to its Strategic Plan which defined a community-based vision for its future and provided steps for the City to take to achieve it. During the planning process, discussion often focused on growth and development in context of a desire for the community to be environmentally, socially, and economically sustainability. As the City and its consultants looked at how to promote these ideas, it became clear that the regulations that guided growth in the City were often at odds with the Plan. To align their regulations with the Strategic Plan in a progressive, user-friendly format, the City retained a team led by TSW to prepare a Unified Development Ordinance (UDO) combining zoning, subdivision, environmental, and other regulations into a legally sound and enforceable document.
As a Certified B Corporation, Opticos is committed to a triple bottom line that includes sustainable business, accountability, transparency, and meeting rigorous standards of social and environmental performance. As part of our B Corp goals, Opticos sets aside a portion of money on an annual basis to give to a charity or group of charities that are important to us.