“Creating healthy, vital, interesting public spaces is not that hard.”  says Ruth Snyder, a former politician, business owner and strong proponent of the public-space philosophy known as “placemaking.” via Sonoma News.

“I’ve seen amazing things happen,” she says, “things that people in power – or people who’ve been disappointed in the process of public space improvement in the past – told me would never happen. And all it took was getting everyone together in one space to dream and imagine and think and solve problems. It’s really not that hard.” Read full article in Sonoma News.