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1999 2010

Introduction -- Study area overview -- Review of existing legislation -- Trends and issues -- Land use compatibility -- Implementation program Acknowledgements -- 1. Introduction -- 1.1. Project purpose -- 1.2. Project goals -- 1.3. Guiding principles -- 1.4. Public participation -- 1.5. Plan implementation -- 2. Study area overview -- 2.1. Historical growth and development -- 2.2. Existing development pattern -- 2.3. Growth potential and planned land use (municipal and county) -- 2.4. Auxiliary Field #1 operations -- 2.5. Land ownership -- 3. Review of existing legislation -- 3.1. Existing land-use compatibility legislation, ordinances, and guidelines -- 3.2. Differences ...

Contributors
Parsons Corporation, Arizona. Department of Commerce
Created Date
2004-05

Introduction -- Study area overview -- Review of existing legislation -- Trends and issues -- Land use compatibility -- Implementation program Military bases -- Arizona -- Yuma County

Contributors
Arizona. Department of Commerce, Parsons Corporation
Created Date
2005-11

Introduction -- Planning are overview -- Land use compatibility laws -- Trends and issues -- Compatible land use -- Implementation program

Contributors
Arizona. Department of Commerce, Parsons Corporation
Created Date
2003-03

Introduction -- Overview of Arizona's military installations -- Land use compatibility -- Review of existing legislation and guidance -- Trends and issues -- Policies and practices for compatible land use This Policy Guidebook has been prepared under the Arizona Military Regional Compatibility Project, a proactive statewide endeavor to convene the stakeholders around each military installation--the relevant jurisdictions, military personnel, landowners, and other interested parties--to address land use compatibility issues

Contributors
Arizona. Department of Commerce, Parson Corporation
Created Date
2006-07

Introduction -- Study area overview -- Review of existing legislation -- Development trends and issues -- Land use compatibility -- Implementation program This JLUS is Part Two of a Joint Land Use Study; Part One, for Luke Air Force Base Auxiliary Field #1, was completed in May 2004. This JLUS is part of the Arizona Military Regional Compatibility Project, a statewide endeavor to convene the stakeholders around each base--the relevant jurisdictions, base personnel, landowners, and other interested parties--to address land use compatibility issues

Contributors
Arizona. Department of Commerce, Parsons Corporation
Created Date
2005-02

Introduction -- Study area overview -- Review of existing legislation -- Development trends and issues -- Land use compatibility -- Implementation program The Fort Huachuca JLUS is part of the Arizona Military Regional Compatibility Project, a proactive statewide endeavor to convene the stakeholders around each base--the relevant jurisdictions, base personnel, landowners, and other interested parties--to address land use compatibility issues

Contributors
Arizona. Department of Commerce, Parsons Corporation
Created Date
2007-06

Acknowledgements -- 1. Introduction -- 1.1. Project purpose -- 1.2. Project goals -- 1.3. Guiding principles -- 1.4. Public participation -- 1.5. Plan implementation -- 2. Study area overview -- 2.1. Davis-Monthan Air Force Base -- 2.2. City of Tucson and Pima County -- 2.3. Planning within the joint land use study area -- 2.4. Generalized land use -- 2.5. Jurisdictional and land ownership patterns -- 3. Review of existing legislation -- 3.1. Existing land-use compatibility legislation, ordinances, and guidelines -- 3.2. Comparison of existing regulations and guidance -- 3.3. Review of legislation/regulations related to the operation of military Facilities ...

Contributors
Arizona. Department of Commerce, Parsons Corporation, Maguire Company, et al.
Created Date
2004-02

This study was commissioned by the State of Arizona to update the 2002 Economic Impact of Arizona's Principal Military Operations study and to document the economic importance of military operations within Arizona. One of the largest and yet frequently overlooked employers in Arizona is the United States Department of Defense

Contributors
Maguire Company, ESI Corporation, Arizona. Department of Commerce
Created Date
2008

The executive summary highlights key points from the full report which was prepared to present the Economic Impact of Arizona's Principal Military Operations and contains a more complete presentation of the study effort and findings.

Contributors
Maguire Company, ESI Corporation, Arizona. Department of Commerce
Created Date
2008

This report includes both housing data and policy recommendations which are meant to stimulate debate and provide a menu of options for policy makers and intends to fulfill the following goals: • Provide information on key socioeconomic trends which affect housing affordability including population growth, household formation, age distribution and income growth. • Communicate information on housing market trends including home ownership rates, rent levels and vacancy rates, home sales prices and new construction activity. • Analyze cost components of typical new single-family housing and multifamily construction in Arizona. • Identify potential regulatory and policy barriers to housing affordability. • ...

Contributors
Arizona Housing Commission, Arizona. Department of Commerce
Created Date
1999

The State And Local Arizona Documents (SALAD) collection contains documents published by the State of Arizona, its Counties, incorporated Cities or Towns, or affiliated Councils of Government; documents produced under the auspices of a state or local agency, board, commission or department, including reports made to these units; and Salt River Project, a licensed municipality. ASU is a primary collector of state publications and makes a concerted effort to acquire and catalog most materials published by state and local governmental agencies.

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Publications issued by the Morrison Institute for Public Programs at Arizona State University are available in the ASU Digital Repository Morrison Institute for Public Policy - Publications Archive collection.