It’s common to hear folks decry the loss of community in our country today. There is a lack of diversity in our neighborhoods. We barely know our neighbors.
Could the design of our neighborhoods and homes play a part in all this? Was there something in the old town square and traditional neighborhoods that built community? Our guest Aimee Gray believes so.
Active in preservation and restoration efforts in downtown Liberty, Mo., Aimee believes that there was something very right in the traditional design of our cities and towns. She believes borrowing some of the ideas from the past could help build better, more together, communities.