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Smart Growth at Century’s End: The State of the States

By Patricia E. Salkin
Topics: affordable housing, environmental preservation, growth management, growth management programs, land-use, land use, land-use control, land-use controls, land use control, land-use controls, land-use planning, land use planning, land-use reform, land use reform, land-use statutes, land use statutes, local government, local land-use statutes, local land use statutes, local concern, local concerns, local government, local officials, matters of local concern, municipal governments, municipal officials, municipal personnel, municipalities, municipality, modernization, Patricia Salkin, population growth, property rights, public infrastructure, planning, planning authority, planning boards, politics, political, quality of life, Quiet Revolution, rapid population growth, sprawl, smart growth, smart growth reform, state land-use, state land use, state land-use reform, state land use reform, state land-use statutes, state land use statutes, statewide planning, statewide planning and growth management, reform initiatives, regional concern, regional concerns, regional government, regional land use, regional planning, regional planning council, Salkin, state agencies, state government, statewide concern, statewide concerns, town legislature, village legislature, zoning, zoning authority, zoning board, zoning board, Land Use Law, State and Local Government Law
Publisher: Digital Commons @ Touro Law Center
Year: 1999
OAI identifier: oai:digitalcommons.tourolaw.edu:scholarlyworks-1526
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