E Nomel3 months ago
Who does co-urbanize mean when they say "community"? if you read their website carefully, they are a for-profit group that works for real estate developer clients. Their "community forum" is nothing but window-dressing-- giving people a false sense of communicating succesfully with developers, while at the same time taking them away from the _real_ public process run by the city (i.e. public hearings about zoning and other land use issues) where participation actually can make a difference. The map itself tells you nothing-- it's merely a list of neighborhood associations and doesn't include any other sort of grassroots or community/advocacy group who often represent people who have barriers to participation. I am surprised that Good would give this the thumbs up.