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Transportation Visioning Plan for the Philadelphia Region By Andrew Reback
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Transportation Visioning Plan for the Philadelphia Region By Andrew Reback
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Regions Beyond By Steve Combs
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After the Lord Jesus rose from the dead He gave us our marching orders, the great commission. This command has not yet been fulfilled. We have not yet reached to the uttermost parts of the earth.... More > There are still regions beyond to which we must go. Pioneer missions must still be a major factor in our missions planning and strategy.We have come a long way and our current situation stands on the foundation of the sweat and blood of true heros of the faith, heros such as those of whom the book of Hebrews says “the world was not worthy.” (Heb 11:38) The gospel has probably gone into every country of the world. However, there are still many distinct ethno-lingistic people goups in those countries which have not been reached. While we are trying to reach the world's majority people, we must not neglect to reach the smaller peoples. They need missionaries, they need churches, and they need Bible translations in their mother tongues. This booklet is more than information. It is a call to arms.< Less
Regions Beyond By Steve Combs
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After the Lord Jesus rose from the dead He gave us our marching orders, the great commission. This command has not yet been fulfilled. We have not yet reached to the uttermost parts of the earth.... More > There are still regions beyond to which we must go. Pioneer missions must still be a major factor in our missions planning and strategy.We have come a long way and our current situation stands on the foundation of the sweat and blood of true heros of the faith, heros such as those of whom the book of Hebrews says “the world was not worthy.” (Heb 11:38) The gospel has probably gone into every country of the world. However, there are still many distinct ethno-lingistic people goups in those countries which have not been reached. While we are trying to reach the world's majority people, we must not neglect to reach the smaller peoples. They need missionaries, they need churches, and they need Bible translations in their mother tongues. This booklet is more than information. It is a call to arms.< Less
Career Success Secrets for CITY AND REGIONAL PLANNING AIDES By Imtiaz Syed
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City and Regional Planning Aides Compile data from various sources, such as maps, reports, and field and file investigations, for use by city planner in making planning studies. Sample of reported... More > job titles: Planning Technician, Planner, Planning Assistant, Community Planner, Engineering Technician, GIS Technician (Geographic Information Systems Technician), Planning Aide, Transportation Planner, Development and Housing Director, Development Technician< Less
REGIONAL COMPREHENSIVE PL AN By Danny Alexander
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While the SCAG region has a strong economic base with several sectors poised for growth in jobs and wages, policy intervention can help to ensure that the regional economy grows in the quantity and... More > quality of jobs. Specifically, the region’s challenge is to add a projected three million jobs between 2005 and 2035. The projected job growth needs to provide a wide range of job opportunities for residents while requiring additional workers at all skill levels.< Less
Helsinki-Tallinn Region By Agatino Rizzo et al.
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The idea of Helsinki-Tallinn Region as a commonly branded region is in one sense an obvious and natural extension of the close relationship between Tallinn an Helsinki. Since Estonia’s... More > independence, this connection has expanded rapidly. Region makers such as Euregio and Finpro have explored a number of projects to expand this relationship in order to establish a more systematic and integrated connection. This Book reports on a trans-disciplinary research carried out by Agatino Rizzo, Egzon Bajraktari, Tomas Jonsson, Sukanya Krishnamurthy, Reinhard Micheller, and Ricardo Santacruz at Bauhaus Dessau Foundation in 2008.< Less
Regulating Protection of the Quoddy Region By Arthur MacKay
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The Quoddy Region of the Bay of Fundy is one of the richest marine areas in the North Atlantic. The centre of this biological "engine" is Head Harbour Passage. Plans for LNG terminals will... More > require tankers to pass through this Canadian passage. This publication proposes regulatory action. Revenues from sales are used to inform the public.< Less
The Mach Band Region By Maria Rachel Hooley
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When Matt McKarey left McKarey's Bluff, Texas, after the woman he loved, Ariel Morgan, refused to marry him, he never planned to return. Yet ten years later, Ariel is dead supposedly by her own hand,... More > and her younger sister, and Matt's close friend, Rachel, is spiraling toward the same fate. He returns back to a small town haunted by more than Ariel's death, and Matt is immediately sucked into the mystery as he begins to hallucinate. Or does he? He has returned to save Rachel, but as the days press on, he's not even sure he can save himself.< Less
Critical Planning Volume 20 By Critical Planning
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The Critical Planning Journal began in 1993 as a forum for the urban studies and planning communities to debate current issues, showcase emerging research, and propose new ideas concerning cities and... More > regions. The journal attracts submissions from scholars, graduate students, and practitioners from across disciplinary boundaries and from around the world. Through our double-blind peer-review process, Critical Planning identifies and publishes insightful scholarly research with a critical approach. As one of the cores of intellectual life in the Urban Planning Department, the journal provides a convivial space for rigorous debate. Our public programs—including lectures, exhibitions, film screenings, and symposia—extend this work to audiences in Los Angeles and beyond. Critical Planning reaches an international subscriber base of urban planning scholars, students, practitioners, libraries, bookstores, and enthusiasts.< Less