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How are Regional Growth Projections Developed?

Original post made by stephen levy, University South, on Jul 11, 2009

Town Square has had several lively threads about the local planning guidelines for allocating projected regional housing growth. This is a small but generally contentious piece of the larger regional growth projection process that regional planning agencies like ABAG (the Association of Bay Area Governments) do to meet planning and legal requirements.

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