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|Main Title||Interceptor sewers and suburban sprawl--the impact of construction grants on residential land use.|
|CORP Author||Urban Systems Research & Engineering.; Urban Systems Research and Engineering, Inc., Cambridge, Mass.; Council on Environmental Quality, Washington, D.C.|
|Stock Number||PB-236 477|
|Additional Subjects||United States--Environmental Protection Agency ; Sewers ; Construction ; Community relations ; Land use ; Suburban areas ; Economic impact ; Prediction ; Federal grants ; Revisions ; Urban growth ; Municipalities ; Counties ; Horn Lake River Basin ; Interceptor sewers ; Oakwood Beach(New York) ; Saint Bernard Parish(Louisiana) ; Southhaven(Mississippi) ; Ocean County(New Jersey) ; Fulton County(Georgia) ; Madisonville(Louisiana) ; Broken Arrow(Oklahoma)|
|Collation||2 v. : ill.|
The report covers eight independent case studies, each describing the EPA planning process as it relates to land use policies in a particular county or community. The purpose of the study was to explore the extent to which funds granted by EPA for financing construction of interceptor sewers may impact residential housing patterns in the communities served by these interceptor projects, the extent to which the impacts are being evaluated in the planning, review, and EPA approval of the project grants, and the ways in which EPA policies and procedures might be modified to lessen the adverse secondary impacts of interceptor construction on current development patterns.
PB 236 477 (v. 1); PB 236 871 (v.2) Prepared for the Council on Environmental Quality under contract no. EQ4AC027.
v. 1. Analysis.--v.2. Case studies.