Huron, Chinese city share planning award

There are seemingly no similarities between Huron and Karamay, a major city in China.
Andy Ouriel
Nov 1, 2012

 

For starters, the population in oil-rich Karamay is about 43 times the size of Huron.

The two locations are a world apart — geographically, ethnically and culturally.  

And yet, officials in both cities recently shared the same global distinction: An Ohio-based architectural organization, the American Society of Landscape Architects, awarded planning and analysis accolades to both cities.

The award honors governments that compose immaculate plans to progressively improve a community.

To keep reading this story, pick up a copy of Thursday's Register and check out the awards booklet below.
 

Comments

Unassumer

We all have immaculate intentions that get dirtied up on the way by others.