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  • Shruti Namjoshi
    38th International Making Cities Livable Conference With special emphasis on REBIRTH of the TOWN CENTER & TOWN SQUARE (in cities & suburbs) CARMEL, California
    Message 1 of 3 , Sep 16, 2003
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      38th International

      Making Cities Livable Conference

      With special emphasis on

      REBIRTH of the TOWN CENTER & TOWN SQUARE

      (in cities & suburbs)

      CARMEL, California

      October 19 - 23, 2003

      An international conference for Mayors, councilors and city officials committed to making livable cities and towns, and for practitioners and scholars in architecture, urban design, planning, landscape architecture, historic preservation and urban affairs.


      The IMCL Conferences emphasize the significant role of urban public spaces in the life of the city, and recommend policies (in planning, architecture, urban design, architecture) that promote well-being.

      For more information:
      http://www.livablecities.org/Carmel1003Conf.html

      Registration form:
      http://www.livablecities.org/regformCarm1003htm.htm


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    • payal bhagat
      Hey, I have a question regarding the conference, Is there a admission fees. cheers payal Shruti Namjoshi wrote: 38th International Making
      Message 2 of 3 , Sep 16, 2003
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        Hey,
         I have a question regarding the conference, Is there a admission fees.
         
         cheers
         payal

        Shruti Namjoshi <shru11@...> wrote:

        38th International

        Making Cities Livable Conference

        With special emphasis on

        REBIRTH of the TOWN CENTER & TOWN SQUARE

        (in cities & suburbs)

        CARMEL, California

        October 19 - 23, 2003

        An international conference for Mayors, councilors and city officials committed to making livable cities and towns, and for practitioners and scholars in architecture, urban design, planning, landscape architecture, historic preservation and urban affairs.


        The IMCL Conferences emphasize the significant role of urban public spaces in the life of the city, and recommend policies (in planning, architecture, urban design, architecture) that promote well-being.

        For more information:
        http://www.livablecities.org/Carmel1003Conf.html

        Registration form:
        http://www.livablecities.org/regformCarm1003htm.htm


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      • payal bhagat
        Hey all Sorry for sending the reply to the whole group. Payal. Shruti Namjoshi wrote: 38th International Making Cities Livable Conference
        Message 3 of 3 , Sep 16, 2003
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          Hey all
          Sorry for sending the reply to the whole group.
           
          Payal.

          Shruti Namjoshi <shru11@...> wrote:

          38th International

          Making Cities Livable Conference

          With special emphasis on

          REBIRTH of the TOWN CENTER & TOWN SQUARE

          (in cities & suburbs)

          CARMEL, California

          October 19 - 23, 2003

          An international conference for Mayors, councilors and city officials committed to making livable cities and towns, and for practitioners and scholars in architecture, urban design, planning, landscape architecture, historic preservation and urban affairs.


          The IMCL Conferences emphasize the significant role of urban public spaces in the life of the city, and recommend policies (in planning, architecture, urban design, architecture) that promote well-being.

          For more information:
          http://www.livablecities.org/Carmel1003Conf.html

          Registration form:
          http://www.livablecities.org/regformCarm1003htm.htm


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