Suburban Planning and Development for the Next 20 Years
January 21, 2005, The Mission Inn, Riverside, CA.
The Mission Inn's Music Room was packed - with people and ideas - January 21 for Smart Growth on the Edge: Suburban Planning and Development for the Next 20 Years. The room proved too small for all those who wanted to attend, and the waiting list swelled to 50 people.
Over 250 people turned out to hear panels on "The Changing Edge: A National Perspective," "The Booming, Busting Edge: Suburbs at Buildout," and "The Biggest Edge: The Inland Empire."
Sunne Wright McPeak, California Secretary of Business, Transportation and Housing, gave the luncheon address.
James Lents, Charles Louis, Josie Gonzalez, Marion Ashley and Ali Sahabi
Panel 1 - THE CHANGING EDGE: A NATIONAL PERSPECTIVE
MODERATOR: Dan Van Epp, Van Epp Real Estate Consulting and Investment
SPEAKER: Peter Calthorpe, Calthorpe Associates
Marilee Utter, Citiventure Associates
Don Brackenbush, Goodell, Brackenbush
Frank Martin, Martin Community Development
Ted Bradshaw, University of California, Davis
Panel 2 -
THE BOOMING, BUSTING EDGE: SUBURBS AT BUILD OUT
MODERATOR: David Warren, Edward J. Blakely Center for Sustainable Suburban Development
SPEAKER: Robert Lang, Metropolitan Institute at Virginia Tech
Mark Pisano, Executive Director, So. California Assn. of Governments
Christopher Leinberger, Arcadia Land
Manuel Pastor, University of California, Santa Cruz
Linda Fernandez, University of California, Riverside
Sunne Wright McPeak
Panel 3: THE BIGGEST EDGE: THE INLAND EMPIRE
MODERATOR: Edward J. Blakely, University of Sydney
SPEAKER: Dowell Myers, University of Southern California
Ronald Loveridge, Mayor of Riverside, California
Paul Hiller, Inland Empire Economic Partnership
Rose Mayes, Fair Housing Council of Riverside County
Katherine Perez, Transportation and Land Use Collaborative of Southern