Friday, April 01, 2005

Beginning Again

Well, I have so many thoughts rumbling around in my head about planning in Utah, about planning in general, and related issues and topics, this may be the way for me to get those thoughts out, sorted through, and commented upon.

I welcome readers' comments and thoughts as well, and hope we can get a dialog going on some of the hot planning-related topics of the day.

A couple of interesting stories in today's Salt Lake Tribune and Deseret News about Mayor Rocky Anderson's and other's comments on the downtown mall redevelopment planning being undertaken by the LDS Church. I applaud the LDS Church for using some top-notch professionals to help in this effort, but I also agree with comments made that the process should become more public.

Downtown will be a places for everyone, and while it is at times a messy and frustrating process, getting the comments of the public who will use it and criticize it is just a smart thing to do.

5 Comments:

At 9:10 PM, Blogger Planski said...

I wasn't born here, but I have learned to accept many things. Why do people even keep complaining about the Church and public process? This is Utah, if you can't handle certain facts, go to Boulder, Colorado or Eugene, Oregon, and see how the agnostics live. Downtown will be what the Church wants it to be, and SLC will follow along. Rocky is an interesting counterculture voice for the media, but aside from that, ineffective with this issue. Look how Main Street Plaza turned out. Anyone who has lived here for more than a year could have told you that. Accept it, and cross your fingers that they hire some good people to help them. I must find the humor in this ongoing debate, though. Some people waste so much time and energy on it, when the state of Utah is such an awesome place really. One idea: let's hope they don't get control of the Gallivan Center, or it will be BYU clog dancing on Thursday nights instead of a big concert party.

 
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