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Guest on The Infra Blog: Peter Kageyama, Author, “For the Love of Cities: The Love Affair Between People and Their Places”

Posted by Steve Anderson on Wednesday, April 4th, 2012

Peter Kageyama is a community and economic development consultant based in St. Petersburg, FL. He is the co-founder and producer of the Creative Cities Summit, an interdisciplinary event that brings together citizens and practitioners around the big idea of the city. Peter is the former President of Creative Tampa Bay, a grassroots community change organization. He has spoken all over the world about bottom up community development and the amazing people that are making change happen. His book, For the Love of Cities, was recently recognized by Planetizen as a Top 10 Book for 2012 in urban planning, design and development.  

Originally from Akron, Ohio, Peter attended The Ohio State University and received a BA in Political Science.

Peter Kageyama

For the Love of Cities: The Love Affair Between People and Their Places

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Infrastructure: We Also Have A Failure to Communicate

Cities Are “It”

Our Legacy and Taking Responsibility for the Built Environment

Download full transcript (PDF): Peter Kageyama on The Infra Blog

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