In the Works: Bulletin: 1985 Joint Professional Development Conference; Strategies for Low Level Radioactive Waste Management; Planning Curriculum: Meeting the Challenge Public Deposited

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  • Berusch, Russell
    • Affiliation: College of Arts and Sciences, Department of City and Regional Planning
  • Stegman, Michael A.
    • Affiliation: College of Arts and Sciences, Department of City and Regional Planning
  • Malizia, Emil
    • Affiliation: College of Arts and Sciences, Department of City and Regional Planning
  • Whittington, Dale
    • Affiliation: College of Arts and Sciences, Department of City and Regional Planning
  • Cook, John
    • Affiliation: College of Arts and Sciences, Department of City and Regional Planning
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  • Short reports on planning issues. Includes: BULLETIN: 1985 JOINT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE: The 1985 Joint North Carolina/Virginia Chapter American Planning Association Professional Development Conference was held October 3-5 at the Hotel Roanoke in Roanoke, Virginia. The conference was workshop-oriented and focused on site plan review, performance zoning, streamlining development review and development dispute negotiations. STRATEGIES FOR LOW LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTE MANAGEMENT: Low-level radioactive waste is produced by several different categories of generators and consists of a broad range of materials. Nuclear power plants, industry, medical facilities, academic and government research institutions all contribute to the waste stream. In North Carolina there are some thirty low-level radioactive waste (LLRW) generators, including the nuclear reactor facilities of Carolina Power & Light at Southport, Duke Power at Cornelius, and General Electric at Wilmington, N.C. Research facilities at Duke, East Carolina, UNC-Chapel Hill, and Wake Forest also produce LLRW, or radwaste. Compared to other nuclear waste material, LLRW contains relatively small amounts of radioactivity, yet it constitutes the largest physical mass of nuclear waste generated. PLANNING CURRICULUM: MEETING THE CHALLENGE: The Department of City and Regional Planning of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has recently introduced two new teaching initiatives in Real Estate Development and Planning for Developing Countries. The following are brief descriptions of the purpose and design of the new curricula.
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