John Chase

City of West Hollywood

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Urban designer for the City of West Hollywood and co-author of Everyday Urbanism

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In San Francisco two years ago, a group called  Rebar  descended on a number of parking spaces. They fed money into the meters, rolled out sod, and installed trees and benches.

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