URBAN GROWTH CHALLENGES NEW TOWNS

THE NEW COMMUNITY PHENOMENA IN RELATION TO FUTURE URBAN GROWTH IS REVIEWED. NEW POLICIES, ATTITUDES, AND MECHANISMS ARE ESSENTIAL TO VITALIZE WEAK OR NON EXISTING PLANNING AND GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS AFFECTING NEW COMMUNITIES. AN OWNER-CONTROLLED SPECIAL DISTRICT IS RECOMMENDED AS A POSSIBLE SOLUTION TO THIS PROBLEM SINCE LOCAL GOVERNMENT IS ESSENTIAL TO THE BUILDING OF LARGE NEW COMMUNITIES. DECISIONS MUST BE MADE ON THE LOCATION OF FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS, AND ON THEIR PHYSICAL, SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, AND GOVERNMENTAL ARTICULATION WITH THE LARGER METROPOLITAN REGIONS. A MULTITUDE OF AGENCIES NOW ATTEMPT TO PLAN THE FUTURE. REGIONAL COUNCILS CAN COORDINATE PROGRAMMING OF URBAN FREEWAYS, RAPID TRANSIT, WATER SUPPLY, SEWERAGE DISPOSAL, WATER POLLUTION CONTROL, AIR RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, REGIONAL PARKS AND OPEN SPACE, AND PUBLIC LAND ACQUISITION FOR FUTURE DEVELOPMENT.

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  • Supplemental Notes:
    • Vol 48,no 9,PP 253-260
  • Authors:
    • Scott, S
  • Publication Date: 1966-9

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  • Serial:
    • Public Management
    • Publisher: International City/County Management Association
    • ISSN: 0033-3611

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  • Accession Number: 00239090
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Jun 15 1994 12:00AM