My good friend and editor Wayne Senville posted the following last week:
As a service to the planning community in appreciation for over 20 years of support for the Planning Comm’rs Journal, access to all content posted on PlannersWeb.com is now free to all.
No more subscriptions; no more membership. That means you can read or download more than 600 articles, including almost all content published in the Planning Comm’rs Journal since its founding in 1991.
Are you a professional planner? If so, tell your colleagues and (if you live in the U.S.) your APA chapter board that all of our content is now available at no cost.
p.s., to continue to maintain PlannersWeb.com as a free resource, we hope you (or your planning department or business) will consider becoming a Friend of PlannersWeb. For details:http://plannersweb.com/2015/04/help-keep-plannersweb-com-free/
If you’re interested, you can search “Rucker” and find my contributions on the site.
Having had the privilege of writing for Wayne over several years, I think you’ll find this to be a valuable resource for all your planning-related work. Wayne decided to discontinue PlannersWeb last year due to being ready to take on other adventures, and there is a cost associated with maintaining a database and website like this, so I hope you’ll consider becoming a Friend of PlannersWeb.