Hazel is the managing principal of PlaceMakers, where she works to guide governments through zoning reforms — allowing walkable, mixed-use, compact, resilient places to develop by-right — and helps developers to get things built under form-based codes and character-based land use laws of the new economy. Hazel is also the organizer of the Placemaking@Work webinar series, a board member of the Transect Codes Council, co-author of the Codes Study, and a blogger on PlaceShakers.
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