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RE: Saving buffer land from development



My home town of Boulder, Colorado has been very active in purchasing and
protecting "open spaces" for just this purpose. Also, I believe Jefferson
Counties and Arapahoe Counties (Colorado) are actively acquiring or
consolidating lands to protect open spaces. For Boulder County, the open
spaces manager is Jan Burns (303) 441-3950. For Jefferson County, the
contact is can be reached at (303) 271-5925.

Good luck.

Todd MacFadden

At 08:12 AM 6/29/98 -0400, you wrote:
>Zoning as part of City Planning is common.
>
>Steve Hillenbrand
>Industrial Waste Reduction Engineer
>Synterprise Group, Division of Tennessee Valley Authority
>(423) 632-8489; (423) 632-3616 (fax)
>sjhillenbrand@tva.gov
>TVA IWR HomePage  www.tva.gov/orgs/iwr/iwrhome.htm
>
>> ----------
>> From: 	KATHY DAVEY[SMTP:DAVEY.KATHY@epamail.epa.gov]
>> Sent: 	Friday, June 26, 1998 3:41 PM
>> To: 	p2tech@great-lakes.net
>> Subject: 	Saving buffer land from development
>> 
>> Does anyone have any examples of how local communities have
>> managed to preserve buffer land from being developed?  At issue is 30
>> -
>> 50 wooded acres between a residential neighborhood and a strip of
>> commercial and industrial development.  The corporate owner bought the
>> land after mildly contaminating a small portion of the wooded area.
>> Any
>> leads would be greatly appreciated.  
>> 
>
>
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