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Harbor District Plan for Ashtabula, Ohio

The Harbor District Plan creates a focused vision for the district’s development, and will allow stakeholders to move forward with a high degree of confidence that it incorporates a balanced perspective and widespread community input on the revitalization of the district. Ultimately, this plan serves to provide guidance and support for the prospective redevelopment of the Harbor District as place to work, live and play. Further, it delineates an overarching vision for the study area and will help leverage investment to reinvigorate the district.


Living in Clover:  Architecture is confronted with numerous demands in its quest for substantiation, but it most effectively engages cultural, economic, social and political forces through the intelligent deployment of its own practices.  In this "comprehensive" studio, students translate motivators into architectural ideas, architectural ideas into elements and organizations, elements and organizations into rich details, all of which reinforce the initial motivators.  Students deploy these practices through a multi-family housing project that is located in a highway cloverleaf disconnected

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Chunkster Terminal

River Stone Terminal

Knowlton School Alumnus William Murdock named Executive Director of the Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC)

The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC) has announced William Murdock, AICP, as the new executive director beginning in January 2013. William, MCRP ’99, is currently serving as the Vice President/President-Elect of the KSA Alumni Society.

From the MORPC site:

MORPC has named William Murdock, AICP as the new executive director for the agency. Murdock currently serves as the chief of community services at the Ohio Development Services Agency and will assume his duties as executive director in Janaury 2013. 

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