Land Conversion in an Intrastate Region: The Need for a State Land Use Policy
Creators:Hanten, Edward W.
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Citation:The Ohio Journal of Science. v77, n6 (November, 1977), 276-285
Present trends of land use conversion within urban regions indicate open and agricultural land will be almost non-existent by the year 2000. If this trend is to be diverted, a state land use policy providing for enforceable regional land use controls is necessary. A state land use policy is proposed providing for controlled, local and regional participation. This approach is workable, if the political leadership and local citizenry support such a change.
Author Institution: Department of Urban Studies, University of Akron
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