Utilizing Conflict in Coastal Planning: Case History of Stamford, Connecticutby Kenneth J. Buckland,
Abstract: There are numerous advantages to be gained from public participation in government decision-making and a number of laws require some form of participation in planning. This report describes a method of participation that did not resolve the public conflict but which was the cause for establishment of a successful local coastal land-use plan.
Subject Headings: Case studies | Coastal engineering | Coastal environment | Land use | Environmental engineering | Construction methods | Public participation | Decision making | Government | Dispute resolution | North America | Connecticut | United States
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