Podcast: Making Zoning Easier to Understand with Sara Bronin, Cornell University

Posted on March 15, 2022

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Sara Bronin
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Sara Bronin, Professor of Architecture and Planning at Cornell University, joined the podcast to discuss a recent article she wrote about the need for a zoning atlas. She talked about her time on the Planning Commission in the City of Hartford, Connecticut and how they updated the City’s zoning code. She discussed founding Desegregate Connecticut and creating the Connecticut Zoning Atlas as well as how better information about zoning affects the conversation about reform.

Host: Ben Kittelson

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