>From David Hart, University of Wisconsin Sea Grant: Here is a link to an annotated reading list that supports coastal community planning and development (http://www.aqua.wisc.edu/waterlibrary/smartgrowth.asp). The purpose of this list is to provide access to books that will help elected officials, government staff, and citizen planners guide the growth and development of their community. The list is divided into several categories: classic planning literature and general planning texts, planning books geared for citizens and local officials, smart growth and new urbanism, environmental planning, waterfront and coastal planning, and Great Lakes issues. Web sites for learning more about coastal community planning and development are located at the bottom of the list. Wisconsin residents can check out materials online for pickup at their local public library.