The Practice of Local Government Planning
Charles Hoch, Linda C. Dalton, Frank S. So
American Planning Association for the ICMA University by the International City/County Management Association, 2000 - Political Science - 496 pages
This classic ICMA "green book" is filled with practical guidance on a broad range of issues that planners are likely to encounter--whether they work in inner cities, older suburbs, rural districts, or small towns. In addition to covering the latest planning trends and the impact of technology, diversity, and citizen participation, this text gives complete coverage of basic planning functions such as housing, transportation, community development, and urban design.
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