Volume 7.1 General (1981)
Editors: Kathy Blaha and Forrest Sadler
A digital version of this issue is available here.
|STATE & LOCAL HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT – A FRAMEWORK FOR ACTION?
The author examines North Carolina’s struggle to meet the demands of a variety of public interests in managing the EPA’s hazardous waste program.
|CASH, CONDOS, AND CRISIS: WHAT ABOUT NORTH CAROLINA?
Hollifield, M. Shea
The author reviews national trends in condominium conversion and discusses the implications of conversions for North Carolina.
|ADULT ENTERTAINMENT ZONING: A CASE STUDY
With examples set by Boston and Detroit, Fayetteville, North Carolina is trying to control its redlight district through zoning after more traditional methods have failed.
|NEIGHBORHOOD GROUPS VS. BUSINESS DEVELOPERS IN DURHAM: EXPRESSWAY POLITICS IN THE SCARCE ENERGY AGE
The author takes a look at the efforts of a small neighborhood in Durham to save itself from a proposed expressway extension. A coalition of environmentalists and neighborhood activists has been battling Durham for nearly twenty years, and their efforts may pay off.