5 edition of Innovative Initiatives in Growth Management and Open Space Preservation found in the catalog.
January 2004 by Lyndon B. Johnson, School of Public Affairs .
Written in English
|Contributions||Robert Hines Wilson (Editor), Robert Patterson (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||445|
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Book Catalog Search. Search the physical and online collections at UW-Madison, UW System libraries, and the Wisconsin Historical Society. This report presents the findings of a project undertaken by the LBJ School and the Community and Regional Planning Program for the Congressional Research Service (CRS).
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Publisher: Austin, TX: LBJ School, UT. However, the impact of open space preservation on metropolitan development patterns is not yet well understood.
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The Evolution of Municipal Open-Space Policies in New Jersey. Urban Affairs Review 4: 92 Innes () analyzed participatory group processes in three growth management states and found that they have been useful for a variety of important tasks.
development of the parks, recreation, and open space system in Raleigh. Included within this plan are recommendations for new park development, management. Public Policies for Managing Urban Growth and Protecting Open Space: Policy Instruments and Lessons Learned in the United States August Landscape and Urban.
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Review of State Growth Management and O. pen Space Preservation Policies, Patterson, ed. Journal of the American Planning Association, vol, no.
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Throughout the s, the fast pace of growth and threat to historic resources in New Hampshire fueled citizen concern. (New Hampshire is the fastest growing state in. Inthere were about state and local ballot initiatives in an effort to manage growth and open space Believing that growth management will.
Contribution to the literature on bottom-up growth management initiatives. Publications. No publications reported this period; Progress 100101 to 093002.
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