Growing Smart Legislative Guidebook

Chapter 15: State-Level Geographic Information Systems and Public Records of Plans, Land Development Regulations, and Development Permits Endnotes

1 ] Lisa Warnecke, Geographic Information/GIS Institutionalization in the 50 States: Users and Coordinators (Santa Barbara, Calif.: National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis, University of California, 1995).

[2 ] Lisa Warnecke, "Governing Geographically: State Legislative Direction to Institutionlize Geographic Information Coordination and Technology," prepared for the American Planning Association (June 1999, unpublished), Table 3.

[3 ] Az. Rev. Stat. 37-172 (2000).

[4 ] Id., 37-173.1 to .2.

[5 ] Ar. Code 15-21-501 et seq. (2000).

[6 ] Fl. Stat. 282.404 (2000).

[7 ] Ky. Rev. Stat. 61.598 et seq. (2000)

[8 ] Id., 42.650.

[9 ] Minn. Stat. 4A.05 (1999).

[10 ] N.H. Stat. Ann. 4-C:3 (1999).

[11 ] Ut. Code 63A-6-202 (1999).

[12 ] Va. Code 2.1-563.37 (1999).

[13 ] Id., 2.1-563.41.

[14 ] Id., 2.1-563.38.7.

[15 ] Wis. Stat. 16.966 to 16.967 (1999).

[16 ] Id., 16.967(7).

[17 ] Id., 16.966(3).

[18 ] Wash. Rev. Code. 36.70.495 (1999).

[19 ] Oh. Rev. Code 303.12(H), 519.12(H) (1999).

[20 ] Minn. Stat. 395.35 (1999).

[21 ] American Law Institute (ALI), A Model Land Development Code: Complete Text and Commentary (Philadelphia, Pa.: ALI, 1976), 458-459 (Commentary on Article 11, Public Records of Development Regulations).

[22 ] Id., 11-101 et seq.

 

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