Volume 24.1 General (1999)
Editors: Philip Hervey, Jessica LeVeen, Laurence Lewis, and Caroline Wells
A digital version of this issue is available here.
|REVOLVING LOAN FUNDS IN NORTH CAROLINA
Hull, Matt; Rist, Carl
The article profiles revolving loan funds in the state, identifies sources of capital, documents major destinations, and examines the impact of lending.
|MANUFACTURED HOUSING ZONING: CONSTITUTIONAL LIMITATIONS AND RECENT TRENDS
The article overviews constitutional doctrines related to manufactured housing zoning challenges, outlines recent cases, and offers guidelines for planners and other decisionmakers.
|THE LAND USE – WATER QUALITY CONNECTION: AN ASSESSMENT OF LAND USE AND WATER RESOURCE PLANNING IN NORTH CAROLINA
Hinkley, Sara; Kaiser, Edward
The authors report findings from a survey of comprehensive land use plans across the state and propose guidelines for effective land use and water resource planning.
|REGULATORY COSTS: WHO PAYS IN THE END?
Luger, Michael; Temkin, Kenneth
The article argues that the ratio of the effects of regulations on home prices to the costs borne by developers is greater than one. Government regulations that result in small increases in land costs can result in large increases in the asking price of new homes. The article presents a developer’s calculus, a multiplier effect of government regulations, and policy implications.
|REINING IN DENVER’S SPRAWL: BUILDING CONSENSUS ON REGIONAL GROWTH MANAGEMENT
This article catalogues growth trends in the metro Denver area, analyzes stakeholders in the development process, and assesses collaborative relationships in regional planning.