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ERIC Number: ED103568
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1975-Jan
Pages: 21
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Low Income Housing Mixing: An Annotated Bibliography. Exchange Bibliography 735.
Newbacher, Gary D., Comp.
This bibliography, compiled for the author's work entitled "A Low-income Mixing Strategy for Hamilton County, Ohio 1974," is comprised of four broad reference-type categories including one for those which are directly applicable to the subject for the Cincinnati area. This serves as an indicator to the reader of what kind of sources may be valuable to a given local low-income housing dispersal plan or strategy. There has historically been an overall spatial imbalance in the location of low-income households in our nation's larger cities. The relative concentration of below poverty level households has recently become viewed by a growing number of sociologists and urban planners as a major inhibiter to the fulfillment of the long-established goal: "A decent home for every family." The so-called "Dayton Plan," the Metropolitan Washington, D.C. Council of Government's "Fair-share" formula and the Minneapolis-St. Paul "priority plan" are several of the more famous examples of governmental attempts at dispersing low-income households to non-or-little income-integrated areas, including suburban and urban fringe areas. The enactment of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 will reinstate federal housing subsidy programs whereby city governments will need to make obvious considerations to new future low income housing locations in order to become eligible. (Author/JM)
Council of Planning Librarians, P. O. Box 229, Monticello, Illinois 61856 ($2.00)
Publication Type: Reference Materials - Bibliographies
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Authoring Institution: Council of Planning Librarians, Monticello, IL.
Identifiers - Location: Ohio; Ohio (Cincinnati)