Considered the "Green Bible" by planners, this book is a valued resource when preparing for the AICP* exam. The book helps the reader understand the complexities of planning at the local level, and also helps to prepare making decisions in a challenging environment.
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The eight chapters in Local Planning, roughly spanning from context to applications, consists of articles written by a wide range of experts-academics, practitioners, clients, and observers of planning. Many examples of planning in action illustrate central principles.
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Author: Edited by Gary Hack, Eugenie L. Birch, Paul H. Sedway, Mitchell J. Silver
Book cover: Hardcover
Print version: Color
Publisher: ICMA Press
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