Bill Fulton

Rice University

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Director of Rice University's Kinder Institute for Urban Research; former vice president of policies and programs at Smart Growth America; publisher of the California Planning & Development Report and author of The Reluctant Metropolis: The Politics of Urban Growth in Los Angeles and The Regional City: Planning for the End of Sprawl; Founding president and CEO of Solimar Research Group, a public-policy research firm specializing in metropolitan growth, urban planning and economic development issues; former Mayor of Ventura and councilman of the Ventura City Council

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Minnesota's Mall of America has been the last word in American commercialism run wild, but it will be dwarfed by a new development underway in Florida.

Mega Mall Planned in Miami-Dade Would Dwarf Mall of America

Minnesota's Mall of America has been the last word in American commercialism run wild, but it will be dwarfed by a new development underway in Florida.

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In 2011, Governor Brown and the legislature dissolved more than 400 California Redevelopment Agencies.

Is "Revitalization" Redevelopment by Another Name?

In 2011, Governor Brown and the legislature dissolved more than 400 California Redevelopment Agencies.

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Is It Time for Los Angeles to Finally Grow Up?

The character and the landscape of Los Angeles is undergoing a transformation.

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