planning for more gardens
- Subject: [cg] planning for more gardens
- From: Bill Maynard bMaynard@WoodRodgers.com
- Date: Mon, 14 Oct 2002 10:29:44 -0700
As most of us know Seattle leads the national in planning for Community
Grdens 1 CG for every 2,500 persons.... I looked in to this in Sacramento...
we have on the books 1 CG for every 100,000...what a difference! we are
finally getting the our first one in the city's park system....so we are
well behind on this ratio.... I will be attending the city's new planning
academy 15 classes put on by the city to educate residents on the planning
processes in the city....and how to change them....or be more involved in
the process I should say...
I will keep you posted on progress to lower this outrageous ratio of CG to
folks... in the mean time... what are your cities ratios for CGs ????? Do
you even have one ????
What should it be ????
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