Revista Land LinesSeptiembre 1996Charles J. Fausold and Robert J. Lilieholm
Governments have long recognized the need to preserve certain open space lands because of their importance in producing public goods and services such as food, fiber, recreation and natural hazard...
Revista Land LinesSeptiembre 1996Edited by Ann LeRoyer
This issue looks at the U.S. communications technology revolution and patterns of settlement and job distribution in light of the upcoming 2000 census; the economic value of open space; and the...
Prospects and PoliticsRevista Land LinesJulio 1996
To what extent are problems of distressed urban areas attributable to the property tax, and how can changes in property taxation help remedy urban decline? Political leaders, policy analysts and...
Revista Land LinesJulio 1996Edited by Ann LeRoyer
This issue explores strategies for overcoming financial obstacles to smart growth and development in the U.S.; the complex and controversial issue of local property tax reform; and whether federal...
Revista Land LinesMayo 1996Stephen Ashworth
If cynics know the price of everything but the value of nothing, then they may have something in common with contemporary American planners. Constrained by the courts, the planning fraternity...
Revista Land LinesMarzo 1996Chris Kelley
A proud outpost of America's Industrial Revolution, Johnstown, Pennsylvania, survived the Great Flood of 1889, when a 40-mph wave swept the city into the Conemaugh River. Johnstown rebuilt itself...
Revista Land LinesMarzo 1996Edited by Ann LeRoyer
This issue looks at urban revitalization and renewal efforts of smaller U.S. cities; cityscapes and the politics of urban development; and past experiences and future goals of land use in America.