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The interface of law and geography revisited: developing more effective growth management planning in Arizona Public Deposited

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  • Arizona has experienced tremendous growth in the last several decades, typically characterized by sprawling suburban, polycentric or edge city development. Unchecked growth or "sprawl" has generated intense debate amongst various interest groups and has emerged as a major political issue in Arizona. This paper employs a dualistic approach to land use planning in recommending geographical and legal methods for interpreting growth and improving growth management in Arizona. The paper first examines the geographical and legal history which led to Arizona's development boom and then makes recommendations for changes in Arizona law to improve growth management, including such options as state-mandated growth planning, the establishment of urban growth boundaries, provisions for state trust lands, more stringent subdivision regulation, and increased impact fees. The paper concludes by addressing some of the socio-economic and political realities of the proposed approaches.
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