ERIC Number: ED047392
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-Oct
Reference Count: 0
Up from the Comprehensive Plan: A Strategy for Annual Development Programming.
Paternoster, Robert J.
The comprehensive city planning process for the 70s must be broad in (1) activity -- research, planning, and programing; (2) scale -- neighborhood, city, and region; and (3) scope -- human, physical, and economic. Planning should be a continuous process that recycles annually and involves both the government operating agencies and the entire community. An annual statement should be prepared to include a state-of-the-city report; a section for goals, objectives, and future plans; and a 6-year financial projection with dollar amounts scheduled for particular programs and projects. The document describes the steps initiated in Philadelphia to make such a comprehensive planning process a reality. (Author/MLF)
Descriptors: Budgeting, Community Coordination, Community Involvement, Coordinators, Master Plans, Metropolitan Areas, Program Budgeting, Programing, Urban Planning
Confer-In Papers, American Institute of Planners, 917 Fifteenth Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20005 (Paper No. 057, $1.50)
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Note: Paper presented at American Institute of Planners Annual Confer-In (Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota, October 18-21, 1970)