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/News---Info/Blog/March-2015/How-Neighborhood-Parks-Have-Changed Andrew Bremer, AICP
Neighborhood and school playgrounds have changed dramatically since they were first introduced in the 20th century. Playgrounds are now a responsibility for local governments, making safety a priority when civil engineers and urban planners are designing. Not only do parks and playgrounds help people find recreation and leisure in the community, they revitalize neighborhoods.

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/News---Info/Blog/February-2015/Top-5-Considerations-for-Successful-Community-Plan Chris Janson, AICP
Planning a successful community is all about creating spaces that capitalize on a community's assets.  The truth is, the way our communities are designed has a major impact on our health and quality of life. 

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/News---Info/Blog/February-2015/Geographic-Information-Systems-(GIS)-for-Public-Wo Todd Halvorson, GISP
Public Works Departments and Water Utilities can use Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to access mapping data related to various districts, floodplains and developments. Web-based GIS tools allow clients to easily manage or share data from many locations.

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/News---Info/Blog/January-2015/Reuse-Resources-at-Redevelopment-Sites Brian Hegge, PH
There’s an art to redeveloping property. With proper forethought, redevelopment can mean more than demolishing old structures and constructing new. It’s possible to go one step further and reuse resources while revitalizing a site. That’s the case for the former J & J Castings property in Two Harbors, Minnesota.

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/News---Info/Blog/January-2015/How-Your-Health-Can-be-Influenced-by-Community Andrew Bremer, AICP
The abandonment of walking as a primary mode of transportation in this country over the past 50 years is closely correlated with the rise in obesity over that period. In a previous blog post, we reviewed the importance of “walkability” in street design. But we did not mention the connection between walkability with community health. 

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