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Growth Management in the Twin Cites Region. The Politics and Performance of the Metropolitan Council.

Author: 
Johnson, William C.

The Metropolitan Council was created in 1967 to guide the growth of the Twin Cities metropolitan areas and assure that the necessary public facilities would be in place to serve it. This study examines the thirty-year record to learn what has been accomplished in the realms of land use and housing. It reports that the system's achievement has been impressive in the national context although not meeting the expectations of all observers. Further, the author finds that the Metropolitan Council operates in the midst of a web of political influence that both supports many of its current efforts and restrains them.

Publication date: 
1998
Publisher: 
CURA 98-3. Center for Urban and Regional Affairs, University of Minnesota.
Sponsor: 
Prepared through CURA's Visiting Scholar program.
Pages: 
111 pp.
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CURA call number: 
P1042