We are projected to add 1 million new Marylanders and 500,000 homes in the next 25 years. To accommodate that growth, it's imperative that we make infill and redevelopment the norm. Yet, while well intended, many of our rules, procedures, designs and financing mechanisms make infill harder and sprawl development simpler. We need to flip that on its head, making it easier to do the right thing. This will require everyone to work together: citizens, community advocates, developers, bankers and government at all levels.