State Planning: a Review of Activities and Progress

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STATE PLANNING
A REVIEW OF ACTIVITIES AND PROGRESS

NATIONAL RESOURCES BOARD JUNE 1935

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE WASHINGTON : 1935

For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C. Price 75 cents (paper cover)

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • National Resources Committee Interior Building Washington iii
  • Acknowledgments iv
  • Acknowledgments iv
  • Foreword v
  • Contents ix
  • List of Illustrations x
  • Findings xii
  • Recommendations xiii
  • Part I. Development of State Planning 1
  • Part Ii Progress by States 13
  • Contents 13
  • Alabama State Planning Board 14
  • Arizona State Planning Board 16
  • Arkansas State Planning Board 18
  • California State Planning Board 20
  • Colorado State Planning Board 22
  • Connecticut State Planning Board 24
  • Florida State Planning Board 26
  • Georgia State Planning Board 29
  • Idaho State Planning Board 30
  • Illinois State Planning Commission 32
  • Indiana State Planning Board 34
  • Iowa State Planning Board 37
  • Kansas State Planning Board 38
  • Kentucky State Planning Board 40
  • Maine State Planning Board 42
  • Maryland State Planning Commission 44
  • Michigan State Planning Commission 46
  • Minnesota State Planning Board 48
  • Mississippi State Planning Board 50
  • Missouri State Planning Board 52
  • Montana State Planning Board 55
  • Nebraska State Planning Board 56
  • Nevada State Planning Board 58
  • New Hampshire State Planning and Development Commission 60
  • New Jersey State Planning Board 62
  • New Mexico State Planning Board 64
  • New York State Planning Board 66
  • North Carolina State Planning Board 68
  • North Dakota State Planning Board 70
  • Ohio State Planning Board 72
  • Oklahoma State Planning Board 74
  • Oregon State Planning Board 76
  • Pennsylvania State Planning Board 78
  • Rhode Island State Planning Board 80
  • South Carolina State Planning Board 82
  • South Dakota State Planning Board 84
  • Tennessee State Planning Commission 86
  • Texas State Planning Board 88
  • Utah State Planning Board 90
  • Vermont State Planning Board 92
  • Virginia State Planning Board 94
  • Washington State Planning Board 96
  • West Virginia State Planning Board 98
  • Wisconsin State Planning Board 101
  • Wyoming State Planning Board 102
  • District of Columbia National Capital Park and Planning Commission 104
  • New England Regional Planning Commission 106
  • Pacific Northwest Regional Planning Commission 108
  • Part III Activities of State Planning Boards 111
  • Contents 111
  • Introduction 113
  • 1. Basic Data 114
  • 2. Land Planning 137
  • 3. Water Resources Problems 185
  • 4. Electric Power Problems 195
  • 5. the Development of Mineral Resources 209
  • 6. Transportation Problems 213
  • 7. Public Improvement Programs and Public Buildings 241
  • 8. Social and Economic Trends 253
  • 9. Governmental Relationships 268
  • Appendix 291
  • Contents 291
  • Index 307
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