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ArtikelBuilding Livable Communities: Remarks Delivered at The Brookings Institution on September 2, 1998  
Oleh: Gore, Al
Jenis: Article from Journal - ilmiah internasional
Dalam koleksi: Public Works Management & Policy vol. 3 no. 3 (Jan. 1999), page 179-186.
Fulltext: 179PWM33.pdf (40.42KB)
Isi artikelHistorically, America’s cities have been vibrant centers of culture and business with residents living in or near the central city. The last fifty years have witnessed the outward movement to suburban and exurban areas, creating new and extensive infrastructure demands to sustain the sprawl. In many cases, central cities were left without a strong business community and with a crumbling and decaying housing stock and infrastructure. Individuals, businesses, local community groups, and government have come together in a number of areas in the country and successfully addressed the issues of business (dis)investment, decaying infrastructure and housing stock, historic preservation, and open space. The challenge now is for everyone to play the “smart growth” game–creating more livable communities, preserving historic areas, revitalizing central cities, and protecting farmlands across America. With the renewed federal commitment to livable growth, local communities will find additional resources available (financial, information, and otherwise) to assist in developing “smart growth” strategies.
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