Interview with Henry Richmond
Land use -- Oregon -- Planning, 1000 Friends of Oregon, Regional planning -- Oregon
Interview with Henry Richmond by Jim Sitzman on June 1, 2015. Henry Richmond co-founded 1000 Friends of Oregon in 1974 and served as the group's first executive director for over 19 years.
Henry Richmond co-founded 1000 Friends of Oregon in 1974 and served as the group's first executive director for over 19 years. In 2015, he continues to practice law in Portland.
James (Jim) Sitzman's career in land use in Oregon includes work with Metro and its predecessor, the Columbia Region Association of Governments (CRAG), where he assisted in drawing the first urban growth boundary around the Portland metropolitan area. He also served as a field representative for the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development.
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Urban Studies and Planning
Richmond, Henry and Sitzman, James, "Interview with Henry Richmond" (2015). People and the Land: An Oral History of Oregon’s Statewide Land Use Planning Program. 13.