REBEL WITH A PLAN: Norm Krumholz & Equity Planning in Cleveland

Cleveland stood the city planning profession on its head forty years ago with publication of the Policy Planning Report by City Planning Director Norman Krumholz and his staff in 1975. That plan placed “social policy” on its center stage, replacing the land use and infrastructure plans that had played the lead roles in city plans up until that time. Cleveland’s new plan was unabashedly ideological in setting policies for Cleveland’s future. In the words of the plan: “In a context of limited resources and pervasive inequalities, priority attention must be given to the task of promoting a wider range of choices for those who have few, if any, choices.” Promoting choices for those who have fe

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