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Negotiated development and open space preservation

R. Lisle Baker

Negotiated development and open space preservation

a case study of neighborhood purchase and ultimate city acquisition involving partial development, betterment assessments and federal tax benefits

by R. Lisle Baker

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Published by Lincoln Institute of Land Policy in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Open spaces -- Massachusetts -- Newton.,
  • Special assessments -- Massachusetts -- Newton.,
  • Betterments -- Massachusetts -- Newton.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementR. Lisle Baker, Norman H. Wolfe.
    SeriesLincoln Institute monograph -- 84-1
    ContributionsWolfe, Norman H., Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination62 p. :
    Number of Pages62
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16570725M

    Development was to be concentrated in growth areas known as Priority Funding Areas; and hundreds of thousands of acres of rural lands were to be “preserved” as farmland and open space through the Rural Legacy Program, which authorized millions of dollars for the purchase of development . Negotiate and accept appropriate information from Information Producers 2. Obtain sufficient intellectual control of the information to ensure Long -term preservation 3. Determine the scope of the Designated Community 4. Ensure the information is understandable by the Designated Community without the assistance of the information producers Size: KB. 1 There are many names for conservation development techniques that each refers to an alternative to conventional subdivision of land, including cluster development, open space preservation, and landscape preservation. This model will primarily use Conservation Subdivision Design, or CSD, to represent these possible names. Specifically, Morgan Hill’s general plan calls for the preservation of open space above the foot elevation line on El Toro Mountain. To implement this goal, the City has adopted a Hillside Combining District which allows the development rights from higher elevations to be clustered on lower elevations of the same parcel.


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Negotiated development and open space preservation: a case study of neighborhood purchase and ultimate city acquisition involving partial development, betterment assessments and federal tax benefits.

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A public access corridor was included as part of the easement, creating trail possibilities that would link Hopewell Borough to the Sourlands. impact. According to the NYC Department of City Planning there has been a 1,% increase in open and recreational space and a 33% rise in the amount of multi-family residential lots in Community Board 3 since the completion of Achieving a Balance: Housing and Open Space in Bronx Community Board 3, reflecting the successful integration of high-density housing in conjunction with parks.LAND USE ISSUES Open Space Preservation Open Space Sale Averted.

In earlythe Holmdel Township Committee proposed the sale of some of the town's open space in order to close a budget gap. After a massive outcry and many packed-to-overflowing committee meetings, alternatives were found (including a tax increase) and the sale was avoided.O AGRICULTURAL AND OPEN SPACE PRESERVATION POLICY PREFACE LAFCO’s enabling and guiding legislation, the Cortese Knox Hertzberg (CKH) Act, begins with the following statement.

“The Legislature finds and declares that it is the policy of the state to encourage orderly growth and.