Revista Land LinesNoviembre 1997Kathryn J. Lincoln
Would you like to experience the results of dedicated city and regional planning achieved with the cooperation and participation of the citizenry? Then you might consider Chattanooga. Participants in...
Revista Land LinesNoviembre 1997Edited by Ann LeRoyer
This issue offers an analysis of infrastructure planning and development in urbanized regions across the world; recommended strategies for smart growth in the southern U.S.; transitional land policy...
Revista Land LinesSeptiembre 1997J. Thomas Black
Most urban areas are experiencing significant disinvestment in older industrial-warehouse areas, along with a net loss of employment, tax base and related activity. The few recent surveys done to...
Revista Land LinesSeptiembre 1997Edited by Ann LeRoyer
This issue features recommendations for revitalizing neglected industrial land in urban areas; strategic planning approaches and tools for Cordoba, Argentina; the use of land to promote urban...
Revista Land LinesMarzo 1997Alice E. Ingerson
In recent years, politicians, lobbyists and voters in the United States have often seemed polarized—or paralyzed—over where to draw the line between private and public rights in land. Common property...
Revista Land LinesMarzo 1997Edited by Ann LeRoyer
This issue features an overview of urban land as common property in the context of private and public property rights.
The Case of the New Haven Water CompanyRevista Land LinesEnero 1997Dorothy S. McCluskey and Claire C. Bennitt
Water companies and the communities they serve have been grappling for years with complex issues of water treatment and provision, watershed management, public finance and control over regional land...
Visual Examination of Urban Development EventsRevista Land LinesEnero 1997
Land use planning involves intertemporal decisionmaking—the consideration of a subsequent decision before a first decision is made. Decisions in the urban development process include the purchase,...
Revista Land LinesEnero 1997Edited by Ann LeRoyer
This issue explores how intergovernmental and stakeholder-based partnerships can help protect and preserve watersheds, using New Haven as a case study; and the use of theoretical models, mapping, and...