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PlanCharlotte.org is a project of the UNC Charlotte Urban Institute, an applied research and community outreach center at UNC Charlotte. Our goal at PlanCharlotte.org is to be a citizen resource for exploring problems and finding solutions in land-use planning, neighborhood design, environmental protection and other urban and regional issues. PlanCharlotte.org offers news, information and analysis to help people of the Charlotte region make well-informed decisions about the shape of their cities, towns and countryside. Join us as we work to connect and educate citizens of this region to build a shared future.

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PlanCharlotte.org is a project of the UNC Charlotte Urban Institute, an applied research and community outreach center at UNC Charlotte. Our goal at PlanCharlotte.org is to be a citizen resource for exploring problems and finding solutions in land-use planning, neighborhood design, environmental protection and other urban and regional issues. PlanCharlotte.org offers news, information and analysis to help people of the Charlotte region make well-informed decisions about the shape of their cities, towns and countryside. Join us as we work to connect and educate citizens of this region to build a shared future.

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    The Song of an Eastern towhee .

    The Song of an Eastern towhee . by PlanCharlotte

    • 13 s
    Speeding suburbanization - what's a planner to do?

    Speeding suburbanization - what's a planner to do?

    Charlotte is fast-growing, but growth rates just to its south are eye-popping. We talk with the planning director who's trying to manage rapid suburban development in a once-rural S.C. county.

    • 30 Min.
    He watched, and researched, Charlotte's growth

    He watched, and researched, Charlotte's growth

    Owen Furuseth, associate provost at UNC Charlotte, has observed and studied open space preservation, neighborhood changes and immigration's impact in Charlotte and North Carolina for decades. As he prepares to retire, we talk with Furuseth about what he has seen.

    • 33 Min.
    Cohousing: A square-peg way to live, in a round-hole world

    Cohousing: A square-peg way to live, in a round-hole world

    PlanCharlotte talks with Robert Boyer, a UNC Charlotte assistant professor of planning, who studies cohousing.

    • 30 Min.
    Kannapolis, a town that towels built, faces its future

    Kannapolis, a town that towels built, faces its future

    In the first episode of the PlanCharlotte podcast, Mary Newsom interviews Zachary Gordon, planning director for Kannapolis, N.C., a city with a unique history. Mary and Zac discuss the city's textile village past and plans for its historic downtown, which the city now owns.

    • 35 Min.

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