The small town planning handbook

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Planners Press, American Planning Association, Jun 1, 1995 - Social Science - 305 pages
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This easy-to-use guide shows citizens, students, and government officials how to approach planning in a small town. Rather than restating the principles of urban planning, the authors offer insightful, practical advice specifically aimed at towns with limited resources and fewer than 10,000 residents. The second edition covers the planning process from the assessment of community needs to the creation of zoning ordinances and capital improvement programs. It features expanded sections on plan implementation and economic development and includes a glossary of planning terms, an updated bibliography, and many more tables and graphs than the first edition.

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Creating a Town Plan 1 Why Plan?
The Planning Process and the Miniplan
The Planning Commission

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