Carolina Planning Vol. 33: Emerging Issues in Housing Public Deposited

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  • Department of City and Regional Planning
  • The Heritage of a Life: Robert Stipe, 1928-2007; Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Center for Urban and Regional Studies; Exploring Myths about Manufactured Housing: The Truth(s) Behind One of America's Least Understood Financial Markets; Inclusionary Housing Initiatives in North Carolina: A Case Studies Approach; Should North Carolina Cities and Counties be Required to Have a Housing Element?; Critiquing the Critique: Analyzing a Report on the Housing Credit Program; Opportunities and Challenges of the North Carolina Planning Crisis: Why Housing Affordability and Regional Equity are Critical to Success; ReImagining the Land: Alternative Futures for Brownscape Redevelopment; North Carolina's Aero/Space Economy: Current Performance and Future Potential...Revisited; DCRP Diversity Committee Sponsors First Annual Neighborhood and Community Bus Tour (Student Connection); The Regional City: Planning for the End of Sprawl; EcoVillage at Ithaca: Pioneering a Sustainable Culture
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  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Department of City and Regional Planning
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