Final Study Guide and quiz 3

Final Study Guide and quiz 3 - What are advisors to...

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What are advisors to political politicians- “players” in the planning process Big Ticket Issue Ex: Ohio River Major Investment Study (ORMIS) Small Ticket Issue Ex: Ellettsville Plan Council Low public interest in most planning issues except: NIMBY Not in my backyard! Citizens thinking in planning process naive think they are experts Planning issues looked at differently: redevelopment, rezoning, new development projects 3 cities had master comprehensive plan in development Savannah Georgia James Oglethorpe- street patterns Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Early success but overcome by growth in 19.20 th century Washington D.C. L’Enfant- views, angle streets, and monuments First city with modern city plan= Chicago 1909 City influences its own development Gov’t have control on privately owned land -5 th Amendment (compensation for land) -Euclid vs. Amber 1926 --gov’t can have reasonable restriction on land use, --“Police Powers” (health, safety, public welfare) (Tools of Planning)
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