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March/April 1998

March/April 1998 Regional Planning and Metropolitan Governance

Columns The Seventh Generation: Regional Planning and Reason by Thomas Angotti Feature NEW YORK CITY: The First Regional Government Still..

March 30, 1998

Portland, Oregon Who Pays the Price for Regional Planning? How to Link Growth Management and Affordable Housing

by Tasha Harmon The Portland Metro region is hailed all over as the mecca of growth management – a unique regional planning tool that..

March 6, 1998

REGIONAL PROFILES: Metropolitan Governance and Regional Planning Four Cities, Four Approaches

by Dalila Hall   Portland, Oregon’s Metro Metro is the only directly elected regional government in the United States. It serves..

March 6, 1998

New York: RACE, CLASS & SPACE A Historical Comparison of the Three Regional Plans for New York

by Tony Schuman and Elliott Sclar  The raw material of American planning history derives from two concerns: the physical problems..

March 6, 1998

NEW YORK CITY: The First Regional Government Still Cries for Planning The Case of Waste Management

by John McCrory  Proponents of regional governance as a means of correcting disparities between central cities and their suburbs can find..

March 6, 1998

Regional Planning and Reason

by Tom Angotti So you’re a planner? That’s just what we need. Ever hear that before? Why is it some people think planning can..

March 6, 1998
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