1 edition of guide to residential planning and design in small communities. found in the catalog.
guide to residential planning and design in small communities.
Bibliography: p. 61-62.
|LC Classifications||NA9051 .G85 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||62 p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
|LC Control Number||83237067|
We've both spent our careers in varying levels of professional advisory capacity with the planning commissions of smaller communities. Before moving to the Kansas City area this past year, Jim worked for many years in Ball State University’s Community Based Planning Projects program, providing assistance to more than one hundred communities. The primary job responsibility shared by planning commissions across the nation involves the design and development of a comprehensive plan. Whether the plan is labeled comprehensive, master, or general, we are, in most instances, describing the same thing: putting down on paper the hopes, dreams, and aspirations a community holds for itself.
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