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  • Little town shows big heart in the face of growth

    The residents of a small California town, Cambria, successfully joined with a state-funded preservation group to protect open space from a development planned by Hong Kong investors.

  • 'No one is at the steering wheel'

    Lora Lucero of the New Mexico chapter of the American Planning Association talks about the need to balance local, community control with state guidance in land-use planning.

  • 'The bridge is only part of the puzzle'

    Real estate agent and Valencia County Commissioner Alicia Aguilar talks about the need for planning in the county.

  • 'It's a clash of visions'

    Tome resident Ray Garcia, president of the Historic Tome Adelino Neighborhood Association, talks about the vision behind his group.

  • 'Start letting mom pack that trunk'

    In his own words, Bob Davey of the Valley Improvement Association explains the need for the highway and bridge through Tome, N.M.

  • Sprawl will be televised

    A documentary on sprawl, Subdivide and Conquer, has had trouble being aired on public TV stations before the election in Denver and Phoenix, where controversial anti-sprawl initiatives are on the ballot.

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