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ERIC Number: ED018309
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Nov
Pages: 32
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Reference Count: 0
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RURAL ZONING--PEOPLE, PROPERTY, AND PUBLIC POLICY.
BLOCK, WILLIAM J.
WHILE COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING IS MANDATORY PRIOR TO PASSAGE OF ANY ZONING ORDINANCES, ZONING IN RURAL AREAS IS RELATIVELY NEW. ALTHOUGH MANY CONTROVERSIAL ISSUES ARISE DURING PLANNING, THE FACT REMAINS THAT THE BENEFITS ARE GREATER WHEN ZONING IS PROPERLY PLANNED AND EXECUTED. PROPERTY OWNERS OBJECT IN MANY INSTANCES TO PROBLEMS THAT MAY ARISE, SOME IMAGINED AND OTHERS REAL. TO AVOID THIS THE PUBLIC MUST BE EDUCATED BY ITS LOCAL CITIZENRY, SINCE ANY NEW TYPE CONTROLS ARE FEARED, ESPECIALLY IF OUTSIDERS ADMINISTER PROGRAMS. SPECIALISTS NEED TO ASSIST IN PLANNING PROGRAMS BUT MUST BE PRIMARILY ADVISERS. THE FUTURE OF RURAL ZONING IS LIMITLESS IN ITS IMPORTANCE. (WN)
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Authoring Institution: Department of Agriculture, Washington, DC.
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