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Spring 2018Q28What is the current status of zoning in your jurisdiction related to medical marijuana facilities?

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning | Zoning | Medical marijuana
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Spring 2018Q29aAs far as you know, which of the following types of policies are included in your local ordinance(s) related to medical marijuana facilities? (check all that apply) Specifically limiting the number of facilities

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning | Zoning | Medical marijuana
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Spring 2018Q29bAs far as you know, which of the following types of policies are included in your local ordinance(s) related to medical marijuana facilities? (check all that apply) Limiting the number of facilities by regulating distance between them

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning | Zoning | Medical marijuana
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Spring 2018Q29cAs far as you know, which of the following types of policies are included in your local ordinance(s) related to medical marijuana facilities? (check all that apply) Restricting facilities to particular zoning districts

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning | Zoning | Medical marijuana
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Spring 2018Q29dAs far as you know, which of the following types of policies are included in your local ordinance(s) related to medical marijuana facilities? (check all that apply) Requiring a special land-use permit

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning | Zoning | Medical marijuana
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Spring 2018Q29eAs far as you know, which of the following types of policies are included in your local ordinance(s) related to medical marijuana facilities? (check all that apply) Enforcing distance from schools, parks, or other community buildings

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning | Zoning | Medical marijuana
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Spring 2018Q29fAs far as you know, which of the following types of policies are included in your local ordinance(s) related to medical marijuana facilities? (check all that apply) Allowing multiple medical marijuana facilities on the same site (co-location)

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning | Zoning | Medical marijuana
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Spring 2018Q29gAs far as you know, which of the following types of policies are included in your local ordinance(s) related to medical marijuana facilities? (check all that apply) Limiting hours of operation

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning | Zoning | Medical marijuana
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Spring 2018Q29hAs far as you know, which of the following types of policies are included in your local ordinance(s) related to medical marijuana facilities? (check all that apply) Setting sign and advertising restrictions

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning | Zoning | Medical marijuana
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Spring 2018Q29iAs far as you know, which of the following types of policies are included in your local ordinance(s) related to medical marijuana facilities? (check all that apply) Don't know

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning | Zoning | Medical marijuana
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Fall 2017Q2aDoes your jurisdiction currently have a Master Plan that addresses land use?

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q2bDoes your county currently have a Master Plan that addresses land use?

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q3Master Plans must be reviewed every five years, and updates to the Plan are required when the review deems it necessary. To the best of your knowledge, approximately when was the last time the Master Plan for your jurisdiction was updated?

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q4aWhether or not the Master Plan for your jurisdiction has been updated recently, which of the following problems, if any, has your jurisdiction experienced - or would you expect it to experience - when updating its Master Plan? (check all that apply) No problems experienced or expected with updating the Master Plan

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q4bWhether or not the Master Plan for your jurisdiction has been updated recently, which of the following problems, if any, has your jurisdiction experienced - or would you expect it to experience - when updating its Master Plan? (check all that apply) Insufficient expertise among staff or planning commissioners

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q4cWhether or not the Master Plan for your jurisdiction has been updated recently, which of the following problems, if any, has your jurisdiction experienced - or would you expect it to experience - when updating its Master Plan? (check all that apply) Insufficient staff time

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q4dWhether or not the Master Plan for your jurisdiction has been updated recently, which of the following problems, if any, has your jurisdiction experienced - or would you expect it to experience - when updating its Master Plan? (check all that apply) Lack of funds

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q4eWhether or not the Master Plan for your jurisdiction has been updated recently, which of the following problems, if any, has your jurisdiction experienced - or would you expect it to experience - when updating its Master Plan? (check all that apply) Conflict within the community

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q4fWhether or not the Master Plan for your jurisdiction has been updated recently, which of the following problems, if any, has your jurisdiction experienced - or would you expect it to experience - when updating its Master Plan? (check all that apply) Conflict among the members of your jurisdiction's government (Planning Commission, Board/Council, etc.)

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q5For some local governments, the Master Plan aims to preserve the current character of the community into the future. In other jurisdictions, the Master Plan envisions a future significantly different than the status quo. Thinking about the Master Plan for your jurisdiction, would you say it aims to?

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Development strategies | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q6aDoes your jurisdiction have particular staff members or elected officials who regularly "champion" or advocate for implementing the current Master Plan?

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q6bDoes your jurisdiction have particular staff members or elected officials who regularly "champion" or advocate for updating the Master Plan?

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q7Does your jurisdiction currently have a formal Capital Improvements Plan/Program (CIP) for infrastructure, facilities, equipment, etc.?

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q8To what extent does your jurisdiction's Capital Improvements Plan/Program (CIP) prioritize projects based on whether they support the Master Plan for your jurisdiction?

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q9aNow we're interested in the potential benefits of land use planning. To what extent do you agree or disagree that having a Master Plan helps the jurisdiction to make wise decisions (e.g., infrastructure investments, land use allocations)?

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Development strategies | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q9bNow we're interested in the potential benefits of land use planning. To what extent do you agree or disagree that having a Master Plan aids the jurisdiction 's economic growth?

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Development strategies | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q9cNow we're interested in the potential benefits of land use planning. To what extent do you agree or disagree that having a Master Plan protects or enhances the value of individuals ' property investments?

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Development strategies | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q9dNow we're interested in the potential benefits of land use planning. To what extent do you agree or disagree that having a Master Plan helps build community enthusiasm or a sense of place?

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Development strategies | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q9eNow we're interested in the potential benefits of land use planning. To what extent do you agree or disagree that having a Master Plan provides the jurisdiction legal protection against zoning or development lawsuits?

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Development strategies | Land use planning | Zoning
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Fall 2017Q9fNow we're interested in the potential benefits of land use planning. To what extent do you agree or disagree that having a Master Plan provides officials with political protection against complaints about zoning decisions?

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Development strategies | Land use planning | Zoning
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Fall 2017Q10When considering the rezoning of properties, some local governments strictly adhere to their Master Plan, others use it just for general guiding principles, and yet other jurisdictions rarely consult it at all. Thinking about the way your jurisdiction usually uses its Master Plan in rezoning decisions, which of the following best describes your approach?

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning | Zoning
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Fall 2017Q11aWhat actions does your jurisdiction usually take to keep the zoning ordinance aligned with the Master Plan? (check all that apply) We preemptively rezone to keep aligned with the Master Plan's future land use map

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning | Zoning
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Fall 2017Q11bWhat actions does your jurisdiction usually take to keep the zoning ordinance aligned with the Master Plan? (check all that apply) We ensure applicant-led rezoning requests follow the Master Plan's future land use map

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning | Zoning
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Fall 2017Q11cWhat actions does your jurisdiction usually take to keep the zoning ordinance aligned with the Master Plan? (check all that apply) We consult the Master Plan goals and objectives when making zoning decisions (e.g., rezoning, zoning ordinance text amendments)

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning | Zoning
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Fall 2017Q11dWhat actions does your jurisdiction usually take to keep the zoning ordinance aligned with the Master Plan? (check all that apply) Don't know

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning | Zoning
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Fall 2017Q11eWhat actions does your jurisdiction usually take to keep the zoning ordinance aligned with the Master Plan? (check all that apply) Other

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning | Zoning
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Fall 2017Q12aWhich of the following, if any, are reasons why your jurisdiction may not strictly adhere to its Master Plan when making rezoning decisions? (check all that apply) It is too complicated to align our zoning ordinance with the Master Plan

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning | Zoning
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Fall 2017Q12bWhich of the following, if any, are reasons why your jurisdiction may not strictly adhere to its Master Plan when making rezoning decisions? (check all that apply) Our Master Plan wasn't intended to be a blueprint for zoning

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning | Zoning
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Fall 2017Q12cWhich of the following, if any, are reasons why your jurisdiction may not strictly adhere to its Master Plan when making rezoning decisions? (check all that apply) Some parts of the Master Plan are out-of-date

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning | Zoning
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Fall 2017Q12dWhich of the following, if any, are reasons why your jurisdiction may not strictly adhere to its Master Plan when making rezoning decisions? (check all that apply) Some parts of the Master Plan are in conflict with other parts of the Master Plan

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning | Zoning
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Fall 2017Q12eWhich of the following, if any, are reasons why your jurisdiction may not strictly adhere to its Master Plan when making rezoning decisions? (check all that apply) There isn't community consensus on some elements of the Master Plan

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning | Zoning
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Fall 2017Q12fWhich of the following, if any, are reasons why your jurisdiction may not strictly adhere to its Master Plan when making rezoning decisions? (check all that apply) The time horizon for the Master Plan is too long to translate into our zoning ordinance

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning | Zoning
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Fall 2017Q13aRegardless of whether your jurisdiction does its own zoning or relies on the county or a joint authority, how often would you say the following things occur regarding properties in your jurisdiction? Public hearings for zoning actions (rezoning requests, site plan review, special use permits, etc.)

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning | Zoning
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Fall 2017Q13bRegardless of whether your jurisdiction does its own zoning or relies on the county or a joint authority, how often would you say the following things occur regarding properties in your jurisdiction? Controversies related to those zoning actions

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning | Zoning
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Fall 2017Q14Are there any full- or part-time planning employees on your jurisdiction's own staff?

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | Workforce
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q15aIf your jurisdiction makes any use of external planners (i.e., contracted consultants and/or personnel from other jurisdictions), what is the nature of the relationship(s)? (check all that apply) We don't use any external consultants for planning or zoning

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | Workforce
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q15bIf your jurisdiction makes any use of external planners (i.e., contracted consultants and/or personnel from other jurisdictions), what is the nature of the relationship(s)? (check all that apply) We keep external planners on long-term retainer

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | Workforce
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q15cIf your jurisdiction makes any use of external planners (i.e., contracted consultants and/or personnel from other jurisdictions), what is the nature of the relationship(s)? (check all that apply) We make use of external planners for intermittent planning or zoning projects

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | Workforce
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q15dIf your jurisdiction makes any use of external planners (i.e., contracted consultants and/or personnel from other jurisdictions), what is the nature of the relationship(s)? (check all that apply) We make use of external planners to review complex site plans

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | Workforce
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q16Thinking overall about your jurisdiction's planning and zoning needs today, does your jurisdiction have too much, too little, or about the right amount of staff capacity (i.e., internal staff and/or external consultants)?

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | Workforce
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q17How does your jurisdiction's current staff capacity for planning and zoning compare to 10 years ago (before the Great Recession)?

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q18aThinking about different types of land uses, which of the following, if any, have been a topic of discussion within your jurisdiction's government, including discussion at Board/Council meetings? (check all that apply) Medical marijuana facilities

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q18bThinking about different types of land uses, which of the following, if any, have been a topic of discussion within your jurisdiction's government, including discussion at Board/Council meetings? (check all that apply) Short-term property rentals in residential zones

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | Economic Development
Related Topics: community development | Housing | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q18cThinking about different types of land uses, which of the following, if any, have been a topic of discussion within your jurisdiction's government, including discussion at Board/Council meetings? (check all that apply) Large-scale wind turbines or windfarms

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | Economic Development
Related Topics: community development | Energy | Wind power | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q18dThinking about different types of land uses, which of the following, if any, have been a topic of discussion within your jurisdiction's government, including discussion at Board/Council meetings? (check all that apply) Large-scale solar arrays

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | Economic Development
Related Topics: community development | Energy | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q18eThinking about different types of land uses, which of the following, if any, have been a topic of discussion within your jurisdiction's government, including discussion at Board/Council meetings? (check all that apply) Oil and gas facilities

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | Economic Development
Related Topics: community development | Energy | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q18fThinking about different types of land uses, which of the following, if any, have been a topic of discussion within your jurisdiction's government, including discussion at Board/Council meetings? (check all that apply) Commercial communication (cell) towers

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | Economic Development
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q18gThinking about different types of land uses, which of the following, if any, have been a topic of discussion within your jurisdiction's government, including discussion at Board/Council meetings? (check all that apply) Amateur radio towers

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | Economic Development
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q18hThinking about different types of land uses, which of the following, if any, have been a topic of discussion within your jurisdiction's government, including discussion at Board/Council meetings? (check all that apply) Farmland preservation

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | Economic Development
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q18iThinking about different types of land uses, which of the following, if any, have been a topic of discussion within your jurisdiction's government, including discussion at Board/Council meetings? (check all that apply) Adult foster care facilities

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | Economic Development
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q18jThinking about different types of land uses, which of the following, if any, have been a topic of discussion within your jurisdiction's government, including discussion at Board/Council meetings? (check all that apply) Billboards

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | Economic Development
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q18kThinking about different types of land uses, which of the following, if any, have been a topic of discussion within your jurisdiction's government, including discussion at Board/Council meetings? (check all that apply) Keyhole or funnel development on lakes (providing lake access to "back lot" owners)

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | Economic Development
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q18lThinking about different types of land uses, which of the following, if any, have been a topic of discussion within your jurisdiction's government, including discussion at Board/Council meetings? (check all that apply) The siting of public schools

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | Economic Development
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning | K12 education
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Fall 2017Q19aOverall, how satisfied would you say the following groups or individuals are with your jurisdiction's current approach to planning and zoning? The majority of your jurisdiction's Board/Council

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q19bOverall, how satisfied would you say the following groups or individuals are with your jurisdiction's current approach to planning and zoning? The majority of your jurisdiction's citizens

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q19cOverall, how satisfied would you say the following groups or individuals are with your jurisdiction's current approach to planning and zoning? The majority of your jurisdiction's business community (including agriculture or forestry, if applicable)

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q19dOverall, how satisfied would you say the following groups or individuals are with your jurisdiction's current approach to planning and zoning? You in your role as a local official

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q20aTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements about your jurisdiction's decision not to develop a Master Plan that addresses land use? Our governing board feels there is no need for land use planning in our jurisdiction.

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q20bTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements about your jurisdiction's decision not to develop a Master Plan that addresses land use? Our governing board believes it is not the government's place to tell landowners how to use their property.

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q20cTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements about your jurisdiction's decision not to develop a Master Plan that addresses land use? Developing a Master Plan is too expensive for our jurisdiction.

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q20dTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements about your jurisdiction's decision not to develop a Master Plan that addresses land use? Developing a Master Plan is too time-consuming for our jurisdiction.

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q20eTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements about your jurisdiction's decision not to develop a Master Plan that addresses land use? Our jurisdiction lacks the necessary expertise to develop a Master Plan.

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q20fTo what extent do you agree or disagree with the following statements about your jurisdiction's decision not to develop a Master Plan that addresses land use? Our jurisdiction lacks sufficient volunteers for a local planning commission.

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | Citizen Engagement
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning | Trust in citizens
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Fall 2017Q21Looking ahead, how likely is it that your jurisdiction will adopt a Master Plan that addresses land use in the next few years?

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q22In your opinion, has your jurisdiction experienced any significant problems because it does not have a Master Plan?

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q24aThinking about different types of land uses, which of the following, if any, have been a topic of discussion within your jurisdiction's government, including discussion at Board/Council meetings? (check all that apply) Medical marijuana facilities

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | Economic Development
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q24bThinking about different types of land uses, which of the following, if any, have been a topic of discussion within your jurisdiction's government, including discussion at Board/Council meetings? (check all that apply) Short-term property rentals in residential zones

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | Economic Development
Related Topics: community development | Housing | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q24cThinking about different types of land uses, which of the following, if any, have been a topic of discussion within your jurisdiction's government, including discussion at Board/Council meetings? (check all that apply) Large-scale wind turbines or windfarms

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | Economic Development
Related Topics: community development | Energy | Wind power | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q24dThinking about different types of land uses, which of the following, if any, have been a topic of discussion within your jurisdiction's government, including discussion at Board/Council meetings? (check all that apply) Large-scale solar arrays

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | Economic Development
Related Topics: community development | Energy | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q24eThinking about different types of land uses, which of the following, if any, have been a topic of discussion within your jurisdiction's government, including discussion at Board/Council meetings? (check all that apply) Oil and gas facilities

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | Economic Development
Related Topics: community development | Energy | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q24fThinking about different types of land uses, which of the following, if any, have been a topic of discussion within your jurisdiction's government, including discussion at Board/Council meetings? (check all that apply) Commercial communication (cell) towers

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | Economic Development
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q24gThinking about different types of land uses, which of the following, if any, have been a topic of discussion within your jurisdiction's government, including discussion at Board/Council meetings? (check all that apply) Amateur radio towers

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | Economic Development
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q24hThinking about different types of land uses, which of the following, if any, have been a topic of discussion within your jurisdiction's government, including discussion at Board/Council meetings? (check all that apply) Farmland preservation

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | Economic Development
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q24iThinking about different types of land uses, which of the following, if any, have been a topic of discussion within your jurisdiction's government, including discussion at Board/Council meetings? (check all that apply) Adult foster care facilities

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | Economic Development
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q24jThinking about different types of land uses, which of the following, if any, have been a topic of discussion within your jurisdiction's government, including discussion at Board/Council meetings? (check all that apply) Billboards

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | Economic Development
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q24kThinking about different types of land uses, which of the following, if any, have been a topic of discussion within your jurisdiction's government, including discussion at Board/Council meetings? (check all that apply) Keyhole or funnel development on lakes (providing lake access to "back lot" owners)

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | Economic Development
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q24lThinking about different types of land uses, which of the following, if any, have been a topic of discussion within your jurisdiction's government, including discussion at Board/Council meetings? (check all that apply) The siting of public schools

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | Economic Development
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning | K12 education
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Fall 2017Q25aOverall, how satisfied would you say the following groups or individuals are with your jurisdiction's current approach to planning and zoning? The majority of your jurisdiction's Board/Council

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q25bOverall, how satisfied would you say the following groups or individuals are with your jurisdiction's current approach to planning and zoning? The majority of your jurisdiction's citizens

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q25cOverall, how satisfied would you say the following groups or individuals are with your jurisdiction's current approach to planning and zoning? The majority of your jurisdiction's business community (including agriculture or forestry, if applicable)

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q25dOverall, how satisfied would you say the following groups or individuals are with your jurisdiction's current approach to planning and zoning? You in your role as a local official

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Land use planning
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Fall 2017Q26aThinking about the overall housing supply in your jurisdiction, to what extent would you say your jurisdiction has too much, too little, or the right amount of the following housing options? Single-family housing

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Housing
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Fall 2017Q26bThinking about the overall housing supply in your jurisdiction, to what extent would you say your jurisdiction has too much, too little, or the right amount of the following housing options? Duplex housing

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Housing
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Fall 2017Q26cThinking about the overall housing supply in your jurisdiction, to what extent would you say your jurisdiction has too much, too little, or the right amount of the following housing options? Multi-family housing

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Housing
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Fall 2017Q26dThinking about the overall housing supply in your jurisdiction, to what extent would you say your jurisdiction has too much, too little, or the right amount of the following housing options? Entry-level housing options

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Housing
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Fall 2017Q26eThinking about the overall housing supply in your jurisdiction, to what extent would you say your jurisdiction has too much, too little, or the right amount of the following housing options? Mid-range housing options

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Housing
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Fall 2017Q26fThinking about the overall housing supply in your jurisdiction, to what extent would you say your jurisdiction has too much, too little, or the right amount of the following housing options? High-end housing options

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Housing
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Fall 2017Q27aThinking about the overall housing supply in your jurisdiction, to what extent do you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? Your jurisdiction has housing stock that is out-of-date

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Housing
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Fall 2017Q27bThinking about the overall housing supply in your jurisdiction, to what extent do you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? Your jurisdiction has housing stock that suffers from blight

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Housing
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Fall 2017Q27cThinking about the overall housing supply in your jurisdiction, to what extent do you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? Your jurisdiction has sufficient regional construction workforce to meet demand for new/renovated housing.

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: community development | Housing
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Fall 2017Q28Some local government policies - such as utility connection fees or zoning requirements (minimum lot sizes, required landscaping, etc.) - may make it more expensive to build new housing or to renovate existing housing stock. To what extent do you agree or disagree that your jurisdiction's policies or zoning requirements are hindering new construction or renovation in your jurisdiction?

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | Economic Development
Related Topics: community development | Housing | Zoning
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Fall 2017Q29Some local governments have begun experimenting with policy changes to boost housing construction and renovation. Recently, has your jurisdiction attempted to reduce barriers to new construction or renovation by streamlining local processes (e.g., permitting, site reviews, inspections, etc.), reducing fees, or revising other zoning code requirements?

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | Economic Development
Related Topics: community development | Housing | Zoning
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Fall 2017Q31aSome people think the State government should take action to address various housing issues, while others disagree. Please indicate which of the following possible State actions, if any, you would support with regards to housing issues. (check all that apply) Encouraging private lenders to increase their project financing

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | State Government
Related Topics: community development | Housing | State policies
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Fall 2017Q31bSome people think the State government should take action to address various housing issues, while others disagree. Please indicate which of the following possible State actions, if any, you would support with regards to housing issues. (check all that apply) Increasing State funding for project gap financing loans or grants

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | State Government
Related Topics: community development | Housing | State policies
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Fall 2017Q31cSome people think the State government should take action to address various housing issues, while others disagree. Please indicate which of the following possible State actions, if any, you would support with regards to housing issues. (check all that apply) Leaving short-term rental regulation decisions to the discretion of local governments

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | State Government
Related Topics: community development | Housing | State policies
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Fall 2017Q31dSome people think the State government should take action to address various housing issues, while others disagree. Please indicate which of the following possible State actions, if any, you would support with regards to housing issues. (check all that apply) Expanding State affordable housing incentives to cover more income groups

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | State Government
Related Topics: community development | Housing | State policies
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Fall 2017Q31eSome people think the State government should take action to address various housing issues, while others disagree. Please indicate which of the following possible State actions, if any, you would support with regards to housing issues. (check all that apply) Authorizing local governments to adopt inclusionary zoning (i.e., requiring some new developments to designate a portion of units for low/moderate income households)

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | State Government
Related Topics: community development | Housing | State policies | State mandates and preemption
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Fall 2017Q31fSome people think the State government should take action to address various housing issues, while others disagree. Please indicate which of the following possible State actions, if any, you would support with regards to housing issues. (check all that apply) Recruiting more developers and builders to Michigan

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | State Government
Related Topics: community development | Housing | State policies
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Fall 2017Q31gSome people think the State government should take action to address various housing issues, while others disagree. Please indicate which of the following possible State actions, if any, you would support with regards to housing issues. (check all that apply) Reinstating historic preservation tax credits

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | State Government
Related Topics: community development | Housing | State policies
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Fall 2017Q31hSome people think the State government should take action to address various housing issues, while others disagree. Please indicate which of the following possible State actions, if any, you would support with regards to housing issues. (check all that apply) Creating or expanding additional tax credits

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | State Government
Related Topics: community development | Housing | State policies
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Fall 2017Q31iSome people think the State government should take action to address various housing issues, while others disagree. Please indicate which of the following possible State actions, if any, you would support with regards to housing issues. (check all that apply) None of the above

Major Tags: Community and Social Issues | State Government
Related Topics: community development | Housing | State policies
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Fall 2014q27In 2010, "Complete Streets" legislation gave project planning and coordination responsibilities to local governments and the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) to develop "roadways planned, designed, and constructed to provide appropriate access to all legal users...whether by car, truck, transit, assistive device, foot or bicycle." How familiar are you with the Complete Streets initiative?

Major Tags: Services | Infrastructure | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Roads | Transportation | State policies | community development | Complete streets
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Fall 2014q28Which of the following best describes your jurisdiction's approach to Complete Streets policies?

Major Tags: Services | Infrastructure | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Roads | Transportation | State policies | community development | Complete streets
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Fall 2014q29aWhat overall impact, if any, do you believe Complete Streets policies have or would have on each of the following in your jurisdiction: Quality of life

Major Tags: Services | Infrastructure | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Roads | Transportation | community development | Complete streets
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Fall 2014q29bWhat overall impact, if any, do you believe Complete Streets policies have or would have on each of the following in your jurisdiction: Cost-effectiveness of road spending

Major Tags: Services | Infrastructure | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Roads | Transportation | community development | Complete streets
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Fall 2014q29cWhat overall impact, if any, do you believe Complete Streets policies have or would have on each of the following in your jurisdiction: Economic development

Major Tags: Services | Infrastructure | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Roads | Transportation | community development | Complete streets
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Fall 2014q29dWhat overall impact, if any, do you believe Complete Streets policies have or would have on each of the following in your jurisdiction: Traffic congestion

Major Tags: Services | Infrastructure | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Roads | Transportation | community development | Complete streets
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Fall 2014q29eWhat overall impact, if any, do you believe Complete Streets policies have or would have on each of the following in your jurisdiction: Pedestrian and/or cyclist safety

Major Tags: Services | Infrastructure | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Roads | Transportation | community development | Complete streets
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Fall 2014q29fWhat overall impact, if any, do you believe Complete Streets policies have or would have on each of the following in your jurisdiction: Your jurisdiction's relationship with the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT)

Major Tags: Services | Infrastructure | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Roads | community development | Complete streets
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Fall 2014q30Overall, would you say that, in your role as a local official, you support or oppose pursuing Complete Streets policies in your jurisdiction?

Major Tags: Services | Infrastructure | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Roads | Transportation | Complete streets
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Fall* 2014Q13In 2010, "Complete Streets" legislation gave project planning and coordination responsibilities to local governments and the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) to develop "roadways planned, designed, and constructed to provide appropriate access to all legal users...whether by car, truck, transit, assistive device, foot or bicycle." How familiar are you with the Complete Streets initiative? [*Note: These data are from the Fall 2014 supplemental survey]

Major Tags: Services | Infrastructure | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Roads | Transportation | State policies | community development | Complete streets
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Fall* 2014Q14Which of the following best describes your county's approach to Complete Streets policies? [*Note: These data are from the Fall 2014 supplemental survey]

Major Tags: Services | Infrastructure | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Roads | Transportation | community development | Complete streets
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Fall* 2014Q15aWhat overall impact, if any, do you believe Complete Streets policies have or would have on each of the following in your county: Quality of life [*Note: These data are from the Fall 2014 supplemental survey]

Major Tags: Services | Infrastructure | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Roads | Transportation | community development | Complete streets
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Fall* 2014Q15bWhat overall impact, if any, do you believe Complete Streets policies have or would have on each of the following in your county: Cost-effectiveness of road spending [*Note: These data are from the Fall 2014 supplemental survey]

Major Tags: Services | Infrastructure | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Roads | Transportation | community development | Complete streets
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Fall* 2014Q15cWhat overall impact, if any, do you believe Complete Streets policies have or would have on each of the following in your county: Economic development [*Note: These data are from the Fall 2014 supplemental survey]

Major Tags: Services | Infrastructure | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Roads | Transportation | community development | Complete streets
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Fall* 2014Q15dWhat overall impact, if any, do you believe Complete Streets policies have or would have on each of the following in your county: Traffic congestion [*Note: These data are from the Fall 2014 supplemental survey]

Major Tags: Services | Infrastructure | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Roads | Transportation | community development | Complete streets
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Fall* 2014Q15eWhat overall impact, if any, do you believe Complete Streets policies have or would have on each of the following in your county: Pedestrian and/or cyclist safety [*Note: These data are from the Fall 2014 supplemental survey]

Major Tags: Services | Infrastructure | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Roads | Transportation | community development | Complete streets
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Fall* 2014Q15fWhat overall impact, if any, do you believe Complete Streets policies have or would have on each of the following in your county: Your county road commission's/road department's relationship with the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) [*Note: These data are from the Fall 2014 supplemental survey]

Major Tags: Services | Infrastructure | Community and Social Issues | Governmental Relations | State Government
Related Topics: Roads | community development | Complete streets
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Fall* 2014Q16Overall, would you say that, in your role as a county road commission/road department official, you support or oppose pursuing Complete Streets policies in your county? [*Note: These data are from the Fall 2014 supplemental survey]

Major Tags: Services | Infrastructure | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Roads | Transportation | Complete streets
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Spring 2013Q42Is your local government currently engaged in or planning any placemaking efforts for economic development purposes?

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Placemaking
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Spring 2013Q43aSome people consider the elements in the following list to be placemaking efforts, others may not. Whether or not you consider them placemaking, which of the following, if any, are your jurisdiction pursuing for economic development or any other purpose? Historic preservation and adaptive re-use.

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Placemaking
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Spring 2013Q43bSome people consider the elements in the following list to be placemaking efforts, others may not. Whether or not you consider them placemaking, which of the following, if any, are your jurisdiction pursuing for economic development or any other purpose? Mixed-use developments (e.g., buildings that include a combination of retail, commercial, and residential space).

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Placemaking
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Spring 2013Q43cSome people consider the elements in the following list to be placemaking efforts, others may not. Whether or not you consider them placemaking, which of the following, if any, are your jurisdiction pursuing for economic development or any other purpose? Attractive city centers, storefronts, and public gathering spaces.

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Placemaking
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Spring 2013Q43dSome people consider the elements in the following list to be placemaking efforts, others may not. Whether or not you consider them placemaking, which of the following, if any, are your jurisdiction pursuing for economic development or any other purpose? Anchor businesses located along corridors, nodes, or in center districts.

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Placemaking
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Spring 2013Q43eSome people consider the elements in the following list to be placemaking efforts, others may not. Whether or not you consider them placemaking, which of the following, if any, are your jurisdiction pursuing for economic development or any other purpose? Public transit accessibility.

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Transportation | Transit | Placemaking
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Spring 2013Q43fSome people consider the elements in the following list to be placemaking efforts, others may not. Whether or not you consider them placemaking, which of the following, if any, are your jurisdiction pursuing for economic development or any other purpose? Assistance for entrepreneurs and/or small businesses (e.g., incubator space, services, etc.).

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Placemaking
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Spring 2013Q43gSome people consider the elements in the following list to be placemaking efforts, others may not. Whether or not you consider them placemaking, which of the following, if any, are your jurisdiction pursuing for economic development or any other purpose? Arts and cultural amenities or events.

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Placemaking
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Spring 2013Q43hSome people consider the elements in the following list to be placemaking efforts, others may not. Whether or not you consider them placemaking, which of the following, if any, are your jurisdiction pursuing for economic development or any other purpose? Environmentally-friendly construction (e.g., LEED-certified).

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Environment | Placemaking
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Spring 2013Q43iSome people consider the elements in the following list to be placemaking efforts, others may not. Whether or not you consider them placemaking, which of the following, if any, are your jurisdiction pursuing for economic development or any other purpose? Green/open spaces, trails, and bike paths.

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Placemaking
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Spring 2013Q43jSome people consider the elements in the following list to be placemaking efforts, others may not. Whether or not you consider them placemaking, which of the following, if any, are your jurisdiction pursuing for economic development or any other purpose? Bicycle-friendly/walkability (complete streets).

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Infrastructure | Complete Streets | Placemaking
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Spring 2013Q43kSome people consider the elements in the following list to be placemaking efforts, others may not. Whether or not you consider them placemaking, which of the following, if any, are your jurisdiction pursuing for economic development or any other purpose? Local food opportunities (e.g., farmers' markets, food stands, etc.).

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Placemaking
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Spring 2013Q43lSome people consider the elements in the following list to be placemaking efforts, others may not. Whether or not you consider them placemaking, which of the following, if any, are your jurisdiction pursuing for economic development or any other purpose? Form-based codes (alternative regulations to conventional zoning that emphasize building form over land use to create uniform or predictable public spaces).

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Placemaking
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Spring 2013Q44aRegardless of whether you have any placemaking efforts underway, in your opinion, how effective or ineffective is placemaking, or could it be, as an economic development strategy for your jurisdiction?

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Placemaking
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Spring 2013Q44bRegardless of whether you have any placemaking efforts underway, in your opinion, how effective or ineffective is placemaking, or could it be, as an economic development strategy for other jurisdictions around the state?

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Placemaking
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Spring 2013Q45aRegardless of whether you have any placemaking efforts underway, please indicate, in your opinion, how effective or ineffective the following are, or could be, in your jurisdiction for economic development purposes: Historic preservation and adaptive re-use.

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Placemaking
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Spring 2013Q45bRegardless of whether you have any placemaking efforts underway, please indicate, in your opinion, how effective or ineffective the following are, or could be, in your jurisdiction for economic development purposes: Mixed-use developments.

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Placemaking
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Spring 2013Q45cRegardless of whether you have any placemaking efforts underway, please indicate, in your opinion, how effective or ineffective the following are, or could be, in your jurisdiction for economic development purposes: Attractive city centers, storefronts, and public gathering spaces.

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Placemaking
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Spring 2013Q45dRegardless of whether you have any placemaking efforts underway, please indicate, in your opinion, how effective or ineffective the following are, or could be, in your jurisdiction for economic development purposes: Anchor businesses located along corridors, nodes, or in center districts.

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Placemaking
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Spring 2013Q45eRegardless of whether you have any placemaking efforts underway, please indicate, in your opinion, how effective or ineffective the following are, or could be, in your jurisdiction for economic development purposes: Public transit accessibility.

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Transportation | Transit | Placemaking
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Spring 2013Q45fRegardless of whether you have any placemaking efforts underway, please indicate, in your opinion, how effective or ineffective the following are, or could be, in your jurisdiction for economic development purposes: Assistance for entrepreneurs and/or small businesses.

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Placemaking
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Spring 2013Q45gRegardless of whether you have any placemaking efforts underway, please indicate, in your opinion, how effective or ineffective the following are, or could be, in your jurisdiction for economic development purposes: Arts and cultural amenities or events.

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Placemaking
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Spring 2013Q45hRegardless of whether you have any placemaking efforts underway, please indicate, in your opinion, how effective or ineffective the following are, or could be, in your jurisdiction for economic development purposes: Environmentally-friendly construction.

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Environment | Placemaking
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Spring 2013Q45iRegardless of whether you have any placemaking efforts underway, please indicate, in your opinion, how effective or ineffective the following are, or could be, in your jurisdiction for economic development purposes: Green/open spaces, trails, and bike paths.

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Placemaking
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Spring 2013Q45jRegardless of whether you have any placemaking efforts underway, please indicate, in your opinion, how effective or ineffective the following are, or could be, in your jurisdiction for economic development purposes: Bicycle-friendly/walkability (complete streets).

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Infrastructure | Complete Streets | Placemaking
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Spring 2013Q45kRegardless of whether you have any placemaking efforts underway, please indicate, in your opinion, how effective or ineffective the following are, or could be, in your jurisdiction for economic development purposes: Local food opportunities.

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Placemaking
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Spring 2013Q45lRegardless of whether you have any placemaking efforts underway, please indicate, in your opinion, how effective or ineffective the following are, or could be, in your jurisdiction for economic development purposes: Form-based codes.

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Placemaking
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Spring 2013Q47aNow we're interested in learning more about your views on the connection between placemaking and entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship refers to organizing, managing, or assuming the risk for a business or enterprise. Examples of entrepreneurship might include an investor creating a new product or enhancing a current product, a farmer bringing crops to market, or a small business start-up occupying an empty storefront. Again, whether or not your jurisdiction is currently engaged in any placemaking efforts, in your opinion, to what extent does your jurisdiction currently have entrepreneurial activity?

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development,Development conditions | Placemaking | Entrepreneurship
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Spring 2013Q47bNow we're interested in learning more about your views on the connection between placemaking and entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship refers to organizing, managing, or assuming the risk for a business or enterprise. Examples of entrepreneurship might include an investor creating a new product or enhancing a current product, a farmer bringing crops to market, or a small business start-up occupying an empty storefront. Again, whether or not your jurisdiction is currently engaged in any placemaking efforts, in your opinion, to what extent does place-based economic development influence where entrepreneurs choose to launch and grow their businesses?

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Development conditions | Placemaking | Entrepreneurship | Business conditions
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Spring 2013Q47cNow we're interested in learning more about your views on the connection between placemaking and entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship refers to organizing, managing, or assuming the risk for a business or enterprise. Examples of entrepreneurship might include an investor creating a new product or enhancing a current product, a farmer bringing crops to market, or a small business start-up occupying an empty storefront. Again, whether or not your jurisdiction is currently engaged in any placemaking efforts, in your opinion, to what extent would increased entrepreneurial activity help your jurisdiction make places where people want to live, work, and play?

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Development conditions | Placemaking | Entrepreneurship
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Spring 2013Q47dNow we're interested in learning more about your views on the connection between placemaking and entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship refers to organizing, managing, or assuming the risk for a business or enterprise. Examples of entrepreneurship might include an investor creating a new product or enhancing a current product, a farmer bringing crops to market, or a small business start-up occupying an empty storefront. Again, whether or not your jurisdiction is currently engaged in any placemaking efforts, in your opinion, to what extent (if your jurisdiction does placemaking) is fostering entrepreneurship a specific part of your jurisdiction's placemaking efforts?

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Development conditions | Placemaking | Entrepreneurship
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Spring 2013Q49How familiar, if at all, are you with the "MIplace Partnership Initiative" (or the website MIplace.org), a public-private effort to create more jobs, attract and retain talented workers, and raise incomes - at least in part - through targeted local and regional placemaking activities?

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Placemaking
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Spring 2009Q12Is your unit of government currently engaged in any placemaking programs or projects for economic development purposes?

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Placemaking
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Spring 2009Q14Regardless of whether you have any placemaking projects underway, how confident are you that placemaking can be an effective economic development strategy for your jurisdiction?

Major Tags: Economic Development | Community and Social Issues
Related Topics: Development strategies | community development | Placemaking
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