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July 27, 2006

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Growing our communities in ways that are economically and environmentally smart is today's imperative. Our guests this week advise communities on the latest strategies for achieving that goal.

Lee Einsweiler is principal with Code Studio in Austin. He is working with municipalities around the country to develop new land use codes that support their evolution over time and a more harmonious way of life. In addition to his work on more than 40 code projects across the country Lee is currently helping protect fragile historic resources and special natural environments with the Metropolitan Planning Commission in Savannah, Georgia, through revisions of their zoning ordinances.

Paul Polizzotto is founder and CEO of where he is bringing companies and cities together to support new environmental projects. Prior to forming EcoMedia, Paul founded Property Prep, an industrial environmental cleaning company where he pioneered a concept known as Urban Watershed Cleaning and a process called Zero Discharge.

We'll talk about smarter ways for cities to grow this week on Smart City.

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