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Thus fre Assessment is really linle exra work, and pq-ovides a useful tml o the deveioper. of smog, in favor frivolous, but are oeeply concemeo wlIn what our world will be like in the fi;ture. v,,.' Con*rvation and environmental ''f concems such astlrose addresed bytre I lssessr"nt are being recognized more and more by people at the neighbor- hood level. A common characteriqic of neiehborhood conservation erforts is a teniency o be skeptical about profes- sionals. (f the professional economic developei is notto be hampered by such skepticism, he/she must denronsrate to potential skeptics that he/she is aware of ihei, concems, is able to give rational consideration o *leir viellrpoint - and ooes so$t is shoulcj be done as a matter r of normli procedure designed hc pro- vide the highest qualiry cievelopment with the maximum benefit and mini- mum detriment to tre people of hiVher community) (rte ec6nomic developer mus ac- cebt that rnost environmentalists are not frivolous, but are deeply concemed wifr environmentaliss hat they are not raP ists of nature, and share the saqe con- cern for fte future of our world- ) -should"aisotrarcthe ise and outlook of a general depletion which will oroduction. ' (ri," economic developer who makes coisideration of envi ronmennl impacts future ner. (in other words. the economic devel- optt must have as much of an allegiance
The Ecpnomic Developer.as Planner Theeconomicdevelopmentplanand nized. The movement of people is an Another area in which the economic the planning process itself are nor diffl- equivalent concern ,^A niilfur..r"i a.uuioo"t onen is criticizedfis in,the cultlo u1o8"lrna;. a'gr.., deal of lit- ln irnponrn.e, as laborsupplyhastieht- realm of long-range development plan- erature describing the process, panicu- ened. The economic a"rbfoper-snouuii ning)The ar8rum.ent is thatthe economic larly as relates to economic develop- be interested in an adequat. pLUf ii1i-nr] a:r;lqryll{Zl1q-,1l"rd *te commu- mt:b is avaiiable.T,t, ponation system. Where traffic.;;;;;- niry from the-present to the future with-- ' (ln economic development plan tion is high, public mass rransporcation outa roadmap and is,runningthe risk of m.akgs some fairly simple statements can reduie it, improve "rpldye"-r"- geningeveryone lost,)The alternativeto which are probably based on a great ralebyeliminatingrhenecessityoffisht- Faving an economic"deveiopment plan cjeal .of homework by the econSmic ingthiough aggraiatingtrafnclims,EnA which sets forth how much, what kind developer and hisher economic devel- inErease lroa-rlctivity Uy alto,"ing ffire and how f*, i: to play the game "Sur- opment commission, agency, boarf , or working iime and leis commutin! time. pri*,'. a variation on Russian roulette, other form of community inpu.f The Two of*the contributing factors td Han- in which a community may find irelf plananalyzesfutureneedsforeconbmic ford'shighofficevacaricyratearealack undergoing .I!re ?conomic,develop developmenumay identif specifictypes of adequ-ate downtown parking, coupled ment tnan it can handle, of kinds it of business which would be most suit-

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