Topics in Episode 149:
We visit Fort Bragg, California, where trails and parks follow the coast.
The Community Development Advisory Board guides downtown streetscape improvements.
An old lumber mill site provides an incredible redevelopment opportunity.
An abandoned industrial site offers a unique opportunity for Fort Bragg, California. The Georgia Pacific lumber mill shut down in 2002. Adjacent to the existing downtown, the site consists of 415 acres along three miles of Pacific coastline. It is one of the greatest redevelopment opportunities on the entire west coast. The town has been going through a long public process to determine its vision for the site. Walkability is a recurring theme in the discussion.