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Demographic, Housing & Socioeconomic Profile Of The City Of Portland Neighborhoods, Portland State University. Center For Urban Studies, Portland State University. School Of Urban And Public Affairs, Steve R. Johnson Oct 1992

Demographic, Housing & Socioeconomic Profile Of The City Of Portland Neighborhoods, Portland State University. Center For Urban Studies, Portland State University. School Of Urban And Public Affairs, Steve R. Johnson

Center for Urban Studies Publications and Reports

We are pleased to present the eighth edition of the Neighborhood Information Profiles. The Profiles were last published by the City of Portland's Office of Finance and Administration in 1986. This edition is based on the 1990 Census data.

This demographic report includes Census data compiled according to the boundaries of each of the 90 recognized neighborhood associations in Portland. The information about boundaries was gathered from neighborhood by-laws and interviews with neighborhood leaders. The boundaries are current as of August 31, 1992.

This report can be used for allocating needed resources and services, measure changes in conditions and ...


Issues In Calculating Traffic Impact Fees: A Review Of The Literature, Anthony M. Rufolo, Catherine T. Lawson Jul 1992

Issues In Calculating Traffic Impact Fees: A Review Of The Literature, Anthony M. Rufolo, Catherine T. Lawson

Center for Urban Studies Publications and Reports

Over time, the concern has grown that government is not funding infrastructure investment in United States at a sufficient level. Funding of infrastructure has been a joint effort of all levels of government, but reductions in the federal contribution (after adjusting for inflation) have shifted more of the cost onto state and local governments. Many studies have identified massive funding requirements that are not being met. The failure to meet requirements would be rational if they are based on standards of service which are set unrealistically high or on other conceptual errors; however, failure to provide the funding likely to ...


Determinants Of In-Migration Of College Students To The State Of New York, Wonseon Kyung Apr 1992

Determinants Of In-Migration Of College Students To The State Of New York, Wonseon Kyung

Center for Urban Studies Publications and Reports

This paper analyzes factors affecting the migration of college students. Its purpose is to provide a better understanding of the relationship between student migration and state characteristics, including state education policy. The paper begins with an examination of previous migration studies of college students. This is followed by a brief description of the methodology employed in this study. A model for migration to the state of New York is estimated to identify the major determinants which are associated with the student migrant's home state characteristics acting as push factors. The paper concludes with a discussion of the empirical results ...