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Brief On The Bicycle-Pedestrian Pathway Dedication By The Rails-To-Trails Conservancy, The League Of American Bicyclists, The Bicycle Federation Of Oregon, National Wildlife Federation, And The American Society Of Landscape Architects As Amici Curiae In Support Of Respondent. Florence Dolan V. City Of Tigard, In The Supreme Court Of The United States, Andrea Ferster, Elizabeth A. Brabec, Glenn P. Sugamelli, Daniel L. Rabinowitz Sep 1993

Brief On The Bicycle-Pedestrian Pathway Dedication By The Rails-To-Trails Conservancy, The League Of American Bicyclists, The Bicycle Federation Of Oregon, National Wildlife Federation, And The American Society Of Landscape Architects As Amici Curiae In Support Of Respondent. Florence Dolan V. City Of Tigard, In The Supreme Court Of The United States, Andrea Ferster, Elizabeth A. Brabec, Glenn P. Sugamelli, Daniel L. Rabinowitz

Elizabeth Brabec

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Dealing With Change In The Connecticut River Valley: A Design Manual For Conservation And Development, Robert D. Yaro, Randall Arendt, Harry L. Dodson, Elizabeth Brabec Dec 1992

Dealing With Change In The Connecticut River Valley: A Design Manual For Conservation And Development, Robert D. Yaro, Randall Arendt, Harry L. Dodson, Elizabeth Brabec

Elizabeth Brabec

In a cooperative project between the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Management and the University of Massachusetts Amherst, Center for Rural Massachusetts, the authors addressed growth management and conservation strategies for the Connecticut River Valley. Nineteen towns and cities along the Connecticut River in Massachusetts were involved in the project, to develop practical planning and design standards to balance community preservation and future development. This critically acclaimed manual used striking perspective drawings, plans and photos to explain how any community can use creative planning guidelines to accommodate growth while preserving rural landscapes.