Analysis of the Urban growth boundary in Marina, CA

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Publication Type report
School or College College of Architecture & Planning
Department Department of City & Metropolitan Planning
Project type MCMP Professional Project
Author Barton, Alexander
Title Analysis of the Urban growth boundary in Marina, CA
Date 2018
Description This report is an analysis of the urban growth boundary in Marina, California. The coastal community eight miles north of Monterey and eight miles west of Salinas has had a growth boundary in place since January 2001, two months after voters approved an initiative to protect open space lands at Armstrong Ranch within the city's sphere of influence (see Map 1). The motivations, impacts, and unintended consequences of this growth boundary will be described in detail in this report. Marina's growth boundary is set to expire in December 2020, giving elected officials, staff, and residents opportunity to evaluate the effects of the boundary and the utility of potentially renewing it for a yet undefined period of time.
Type Text
Publisher University of Utah
Subject City planning; Community engagement
Language eng
Rights Management (c) Alexander Barton
Format Medium application/pdf
ARK ark:/87278/s6w99x1q
Setname ir_cmp
Date Created 2019-09-11
Date Modified 2021-05-06
ID 1455709
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