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The Role of the State in Idaho Land Use Planning
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  • Stephanie L. Witt, Boise State University
  • Carole Nemnich, Boise State University
Document Type
Report
Publication Date
3-1-2011
Disciplines
Abstract

Prior to the recession of 2009-10, Idaho was the sixth fastest growing state by population in the country. Even as the economic downturn reduces the pressures of growth, Idaho's diverse cities and counties continue strive for thoughtful planning that will reflect their community values and needs. This White Paper will examine the role of the state in local land use planning by (1) comparing Idaho's structure to those of states with a more pronounced role in land use planning and (2) discussing the attitudes of Idaho city officials, planners and members of the real estate and development communities about the potential role of the state in Idaho’s local land use planning processes.

Citation Information
Stephanie L. Witt and Carole Nemnich. "The Role of the State in Idaho Land Use Planning" (2011)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/stephanie_witt/22/