Carolina Planning Vol. 8.2: Public/Private Ventures Public Deposited

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  • Department of City and Regional Planning
  • Making City/Business/Citizen Partnerships Work in Wilmington, Delaware; Evaluation of Industrial Development Efforts; Roanoke Revitalizes Its Downtown According to Public Demand; Durham Center - How Much for the Money?; What Happens When the Magic Wears Off?; How Tarboro Won the Public/Private Game; New Developments in Employment Training: Federal Mandates for Change; Worker Ownership as an Alternative to Industrial Recruitment; Durham Neighborhood Housing Services: Reversing Neighborhood Decline; Services Can Be Provided Cost-Effectively; Twenty Years of Providing Human Services; The Capital Area Greenway Program: Private Land Goes Public; Land Preservation through Citizen Action: The Local Land Trust
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  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Department of City and Regional Planning
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