Carolina Forum: Western North Carolina: Destruction or Protection?; Computers and Cultural Resources: A Planning Perspective; A Balanced Approach to Industrial Development Public Deposited

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  • Fehon, Jacqueline R.
    • Other Affiliation: Chief Archeologist, Archeology Branch, N.C. Department of Cultural Resources
  • Faircloth, D.M.
    • Other Affiliation: Secretary of Commerce, State of North Carolina
  • Hammond, W. Michael
    • Other Affiliation: Archeologist, Department of Archeology, Duke University, Durham, NC
  • Reiche, Carl A.
    • Other Affiliation: Coordinator, Western North Carolina Mountain League, Bryson City, NC
  • Scheitlin, Thomas E.
    • Other Affiliation: Archeologist
Abstract
  • This edition of Carolina Forum includes the following: WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA: DESTRUCTION OR PROTECTION? As coordinator of the Western North Carolina Mountain League and founder of the Save Joyce Kilmer League, I would like to take this opportunity to present a most interesting and pressing problem in regional planning. COMPUTERS AND CULTURAL RESOURCES: A PLANNING PERSPECTIVE: Under the auspices of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969 and the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) of 1966, applicants for federal funds for planning or development must evaluate the effects of their activities on significant cultural resources*. When cultural resource data are not readily available to project planners, or are not incorporated into the planning process in its early stages, problems and project delays often result. A BALANCED APPROACH TO INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT: Trying to plan for economic growth in a free economy is like trying to herd a covey of flushed quail. At best, you move it in a general direction. Happily, North Carolina does have strong economic growth these days, and what once was nicknamed "Tobacco Road" is now hailed the bustling "Sunbelt." The state has enjoyed a steady increase in new capital investments for the past three years, and 1978 continues the trend. Governor Jim Hunt has emphasized economic development in his administration, and he has engaged the state in an ambitious effort to develop a "balanced growth" policy.
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  • Carolina Planning Journal
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  • 4
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  • 2
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  • English
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