Growing Smart Legislative Guidebook Online
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Geographic Information Coordination and Technology," prepared for the American Planning Association (June 1999, unpublished), Table 3.
[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).