Rina Brule and Chris Dickerson-Prokopp, 2009 Masters of Community Planning graduates, star in a short and lively new video released by Montgomery Planning in relation to the county's zoning code rewrite. The video was conceived and produced by Mike Lancaster, also a 2009 graduate.
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Rina, Chris and Mike all interned at Montgomery County in the Fall '08-Spring '09 academic year, reviewing best practices in zoning that could be instructive for the County's zoning update. All three subsequently became part of a consulting team from the National Center for Smart Growth Research and Education that was contracted by the County to continue this work.
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