Where are We Going From Here? Current Legislation and Water Issues

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Title: Where are We Going From Here? Current Legislation and Water Issues
Author: Kundell, James E.
Abstract: In the eyes of future historians, the year 1989 may well be identified as a milestone year for the management of Georgia's land and water resources. The legislative package emanating from the Governor's Growth Strategies Commission not only addresses significant land and water issues but sets the stage for future efforts in land and water resources management (Governor's Growth Strategies Commission, November 1988). In addition, the increase in state sales tax may result in additional funding for water management programs.
Description: Proceedings of the 1989 Georgia Water Resources Conference, May 16-17, 1989, Athens, Georgia.
Type: Proceedings
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1853/30587
ISBN: 0-935835-01-6
Date: 1989-05
Contributor: Carl Vinson Institute of Government
Relation: GWRI1989. Poster Session
Publisher: Georgia Institute of Technology
Institute of Natural Resources
Subject: Water resources management
Land resources management
Georgia legislation

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