When City and Country Collide Managing Growth in the Metropolitan Fringe

ISBN-10: 1559635975
ISBN-13: 9781559635974
Edition: 3rd 1999
Authors: Tom Daniels
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Description: This work brings the rural-urban fringe question into the arena of national policy debate. Daniels highlights the importance and relevance of population and growth, environmental quality and competitiveness in the global economy.

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Book details

List price: $42.50
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: Island Press
Publication date: 11/1/1998
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 382
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.034
Language: English

This work brings the rural-urban fringe question into the arena of national policy debate. Daniels highlights the importance and relevance of population and growth, environmental quality and competitiveness in the global economy.

Tom D. Daniels (Ph.D. & M.A., Ohio University; B.A., Howard Payne University) conducts research in the area of organizational communication systems and practices and regularly teaches courses in organizational communication, research methods, and statistics. Professional experience includes the following: consulting editor, Communication Quarterly; associate editor, The Ohio Speech Journal; associate editor, Quarterly Journal of Speech; editorial board member, Communication Education, Communication Quarterly and Free Speech Yearbook.

List of Figures, Tables, and Photos
Preface
The Metropolitan Fringe: America's Premier Land-Use Battleground
How the Fringe Came to Be
Obstacles to Managing Growth in the Fringe
Growth Management Strategies and the Law of the Fringe
Designing the Fringe: Joining Appearance and Performance
Changing Federal Programs That Promote Sprawl in the Fringe
Divided We Sprawl: The Role of State and Local Governments
Blending Regulations and Incentives to Manage Fringe Growth
Regional Planning: Making the City, Suburb, and Fringe Connection
Managing Growth in the Fringe Countryside
Growth Management Case Studies: Common Problems, Different Solutions
The Promised Land: The Future of the Fringe
A Warning About Living in the Rural-Urban Fringe
Sample On-Lot Septic System Ordinance
Telecommunications Tower and Antenna Ordinance
Model County or Municipal Steep-Slope Overlay Zone
Model Intergovernmental Agreement Between a County and a City or Village
Model Transfer-of-Development-Rights Ordinance
Contacts
Notes
Bibliography
About the Author
Index

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