Encuadernación Douglas R. Porter Growth management: keeping on target?
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Growth management:
keeping on target?

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FOREWORD

Douglas R. Porter

INTRODUCTION

Paul R. Niebanck

PART I. GROWTH LIMIT MECHANISMS

Petaluma's Experiment

Warren Salmons

The Effect of Growth Control on the Production of Moderate-Priced Housing

Seymour I. Schwartz, David E. Hansen, and Richard Green

Growth Management Study of Petaluma, California

ECO Northwest, Inc

Boulder's Self-Examination

Paul D. Danish

A Homebuilder Looks at Boulder's Controls: Stonewalling Growth?

James Leach

Growth Control Evolves in Boulder

Sandra Cooper

Boca Raton's Changing Approach

Marie L. York

A Developer's View of Boca Raton

Charles E. Cobb, Jr

Growth Management Study of Boca Raton

ECO Northwest, Inc

PART II: GROWTH MANAGEMENT TIED TO INFRASTRUCTURE SUPPORT. San Diego's System: Is It Working?

Michael J. Stepner

San Diego: Beyond Spit and Polish

George A. Colburn

Wrestling with Growth in Montgomery County, Maryland

Norman L. Christeller

Montgomery County's Development Hurdles

Joseph Clancy

Montgomery County Blue Ribbon Committee on the Planning Process, 1985

PART III. TWO COMMUNITIES SEARCHING FOR ANSWERS

Getting It Together in Austin, Texas

Norman R. Standerfer

Austin: The Perils of Popularity

Kaye Northcott

Coming to Grips with Growth in Hilton Head, South Carolina

John Rahenkamp

Executive Summary: Comprehensive Plan for the Town of Hilton Head Island

PART IV. STATE AND REGIONAL MANAGEMENT

Saving the Pinelands

Terrence D. Moore

The Pinelands: A Radical Experiment Works

Richard F. Babcock and Charles L. Siemon

Adirondack Park: Successful State Management

Thomas A. Ulasewicz

State Environmental Planning and Local Influence: A Comparison of Three Regional Natural Resource Management Agencies

Alan J. Hahn and Cynthia D. Dyballa

Creative Tensions in State/Local Relations

John M. DeGrove

PART V. ECONOMIC AND EQUITY ISSUES

Private Market and Public Interest

Robert C. Ellickson

Reducing the Cost Effects of Local Land Use Controls

David E. Dowall

Fair Share Housing in New Jersey

John Rahenkamp and Creigh Rahenkamp

No Wrong Without a Remedy: The New Jersey Supreme Court's Effort to Bar Exclusionary Zoning

Peter A. Buchsbaum

CONCLUSION

The Second Generation of Growth Management

Paul R. Niebanck

AFTERWORD

Growth Management: Keeping on Target?

Douglas R. Porter