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Clear As Mud Planning for the Rebuilding of New Orleans

By: Robert B Olshansky and Laurie A Johnson
Clear As Mud
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Planning the rebuilding of New Orleans after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita has been among the greatest urban planning challenges of our time. Since 2005, the authors, urban planners who specialize in disaster planning and recovery, have been working to understand, in real time, the difficult planning decisions in this unusual situation.

As both observers of and participants in the challenging process of creating the Unified New Orleans Plan (UNOP), they bring unparalleled detail and insight to this complex story.

Contents

1 The Hurricane Katrina Catastrophe 2 Order from Chaos: Planning at the State and Federal Levels 3 Planning for New Orleans: October 2005i? March 2006 4 Return to Chaos: Spring 2006 5 The New Orleans Neighborhoods Rebuilding Plan 6 The Unified New Orleans Plan 7 Passing the Planning Baton 8 Conclusions

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Robert Olshansky is professor and associate head of the Department of Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Illinois. Laurie A. Johnson is principal of Laurie Johnson Consulting and Research.
By: Robert B Olshansky and Laurie A Johnson
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