Salt Lake City, UT – Today on RadioWest, we'll explore the issues raised by the Salt Lake City Council's debate over restrictions on large homes in older neighborhoods. Is there an American compulsion to build larger and larger homes? Who defines the character of a neighborhood? Is this a property rights issue? We're joined by architect Andres Duany, Jim Burling of the Pacific Legal Foundation, Mother Jones editor Clara Jeffrey, and Salt Lake City Council Member Nancy Saxton.
- Visit Andres Duany's architecture firm Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company
- Learn more about the Pacific Legal Foundation
- See the Mother Jones exhibit This New House
- Visit the Salt Lake City Council
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