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Posted on January 2, 2015 at 2:22 PM by Michael Stokes
Over the past few weeks, each of us has spent too much time in parking lots as part of our mad search to find the perfect holiday gifts for those whom we love. While we all would agree that parking lots may be convenient places to store our multi-ton vehicles while we shop, they are often times incredibly dismal settings that seem to function poorly for any other purpose than storing cars. Many of the parking lots that I have recently visited were aesthetically bleak, devoid of landscaping, micro climate disasters, sources of potential flooding, functional waste lands, over-lit, confusing and potentially dangerous to pedestrians and motorists. Do all parking lots have to be like these? The answer is an emphatic no! Over the next year, the Montgomery County Planning Commission will be providing new information about how to design green parking lots where:
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