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Grassroots Regionalism Through Intermunicipal Land Use Compacts


John R. Nolon


Pace University School of Law

1999

St. John's Law Review , Vol. 73, 1999

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The question raised by this article is whether the statutes and experience of other states provide an opportunity to develop an effective regional approach fitted to the great diversity of New York's regions. It examines first the role local governments play in determining land use and then the statutes that authorize municipalities to cooperate with respect to land use planning and control. The article traces the use of this authority through two phases of evolution revealing ever more complex and potentially effective intermunicipal strategies. It ends with some thoughts as to how the state government could facilitate effective regional processes by providing incentives for speeding this evolution toward effective grassroots regionalism.

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Nolon, John R., Grassroots Regionalism Through Intermunicipal Land Use Compacts (1999). St. John's Law Review , Vol. 73, 1999. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1345460

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White Plains, NY 10603
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