By Paul G. Lewis
Custodians of position presents a brand new theoretical framework that bills for the way varieties of towns arrive at judgements approximately residential progress and financial improvement. Lewis and Neiman surveyed officers in 1000s of California towns of all sizes and socioeconomic features to account for ameliorations in neighborhood improvement rules. This ebook indicates urban governments on the heart of the motion in shaping their destinies, often performing as far-sighted trustees in their groups. They clarify how urban governments usually can insulate themselves for the higher from momentary political pressures and craft coverage that builds on prior development studies and destiny imaginative and prescient. Findings additionally contain how stipulations at the flooring - neighborhood go back and forth instances, housing affordability, composition of the neighborhood hard work strength - play an enormous position in picking out the procedure a urban takes towards progress and land use. What varieties of towns are inclined to aggressively pursue business or retail companies? What forms of towns are inclined to desire housing over company improvement? What motivates towns to aim to gradual residential development? "Custodians of position" solutions those and plenty of different questions.
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One notable exception to the growth-accommodation pattern has been the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), which mandates review of any project proposed by a government or private firm that might have a “significant” environmental impact. CEQA-mandated environmental impact studies—processed through local governments but often financed and conducted by consultants hired by the would-be developers of a project—are a means by which potential environmental harms can be identified and mitigated.
7 But the state has not been a leader in statewide planning for development. ”10 The lack of a statewide planning effort or approach to growth has emerged in part due to California’s tremendous regional diversity and the associated antagonisms and competition among these regions. 11 During the administration of Governor Edmund “Pat” Brown (1959–67), a period of extremely rapid population growth, the state’s leadership focused its attention on the construction of vast 35 36 The Context for Local Choices infrastructure projects to accommodate the growing population, in areas including highways, water, and higher education.
Thus, the theory of contingent trusteeship does go some way toward meeting the standard of falsifiability. 21 22 Introduction Research Setting, Data, and Methods for Examining City Growth Policy In examining and accounting for the experiences and policy approaches of municipalities as they confront growth and seek to change or preserve their built form, this book focuses on localities throughout California. Following the terminology generally used in that state and some others, and for the sake of simplicity, we refer to all these municipalities as cities, even though some are located in suburban or even rural areas that some observers would say are not very city-like.