Now - for Tomorrow: A Master Planning Program for the Dekalb-Fulton Metropolitan Area

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Title: Now - for Tomorrow: A Master Planning Program for the Dekalb-Fulton Metropolitan Area
Description: The Metropolitan Planning Commission was organized on May 30, 1947. Its staff was appointed and became operative as of January 1, 1949; since that time, the Commission has engaged in research, surveys, conferences, and detailed studies required for the background of the master plan and has developed from those data certain logical conclusions regarding the potential development of the metropolitan district. The planning proposals presented in this report, Now - for Tomorrow: A Master Planning Program for the Dekalb-Fulton Metropolitan Area, have been carefully developed with the cooperation of many public and private agencies and organizations located and working in the area. These plans are broad in scope as they should be; the responsibility for detailed community planning rests with city and county agencies which also have responsibility for zoning and for subdivision control.
Type: Book
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1853/45273
Date: 1954-09
Contributor: Atlanta (Ga.). Metropolitan Planning Commission
Publisher: Georgia Institute of Technology
Metropolitan Planning Commission
Subject: Atlanta (Ga.). Metropolitan Planning Commission
City and regional planning
DeKalb County (Ga.)
Fulton County (Ga.)
Transportation policy
Traffic surveys
Commercial areas
Residential areas

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