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Filling the Gaps: Environmental Protection Options for Local Governments 2nd Edition, 2010
Filling the Gaps: Environmental Protection Options for Local Governments, 2nd Edition, December 2010Written by Katherine Ardizone, NOAA Coastal Management Fellow for DEQ (2001-2003), and Mark Wyckoff, FAICP and President of Planning & Zoning Center, Inc.
How we use our land is the foundation of environmental quality. Statewide there are more than 1800 units of local government that have the authority to make land use decisions. FILLING THE GAPS was created to equip local officials with important information to consider when making local land use plans, adopting new environmentally focused regulations, or reviewing proposed development. For more information, contact Michigan's Coastal Management Program at 517-335-3168.
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For information regarding the NOAA Coastal Management Fellowship program visit www.csc.noaa.gov/cms/fellows.html.