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xv, 222 p. : diagrs. ; 24 cm.
Green Library
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xii, 270 pages ; 26 cm
This is a timely work on a very dynamic field. It provides more than 40 best practice case studies from nearly half the states in America, and discusses current and evolving trends in the relations between educational institutions and cities, towns and other municipalities. The schools include public and private universities and colleges, public school districts, and other local school systems. Case studies examine current and evolving state-of-the-art practices. Appendices include a glossary; regional, national and international resource directories; bibliographic sources; model agreements and documents; a state municipal league directory; a state public library directory; and a summary of distance learning resources. The handbook is indexed. The future of America's cities and schools depends upon the proper management of resources through the use of state-of-the-art town-gown planning practices. Both public officials and taxpayers, faculties, as well as students, benefit from town and gown best practices.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780786463992 20160611
Education Library (Cubberley)
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x, 231 p. ; 26 cm
  • People, water, and the urban environment / Michael Burger
  • America's aging water-related infrastructure / Lori Burkhammer
  • Water regulations and land use / Jon D. Witten
  • Protecting our watersheds / Jonas Sipaila and William McCully
  • Safeguarding our drinking water / Stephen Goudey and Laura Tipple
  • Relationship of water to growth / Richard M. Stapleton
  • Allenstown, NH, improves its wastewater treatment process / Ray Gordon
  • Aurora, CO, preserves and protects its water supply / Amy Kimball
  • Ayer, MA, and other cities must preserve their water supply to accommodate growth / Cory S. Hopkins
  • Baltimore, MD, and other cities revitalize their harbor areas / Guillermo Lopez
  • Boston, MA, and other cities use citizens and nonprofit groups to clean up rivers / Tom Arrandale
  • Bradenton, FL, area prepares boating paradise on its rivers and streams / John Osborne
  • Bradley Beach, NJ, restores and protects its beach shoreline / JoAnne Castagna
  • Charleston, SC, and other cities protect their urban waterfronts / John Buntin
  • Charlotte, NC, restores stream and wetlands corridor area / Pete Romocki and Chris Matthews
  • Chicago, IL, considers options to expand its future water resources / Geoff Manaugh
  • Cleveland, OH, and other cities improve their drinking water infrastructure / Nancy Zeilig
  • Delphos, OH, and other cities improve their aging wastewater systems / Lori Burkhammer
  • Fort Worth, TX, removes levees to reconnect waterways to its neighborhoods / Richard Sawey
  • Halifax, NS, improves harbor water quality with massive sewage infrastructure improvements / Alec Mackie
  • Houston, TX, improves the management of its stormwater / Amara Rozgus
  • Jacksonville, NC, reconstructs its wetlands and cleans its bay / Carole Moore
  • Kansas City, KS, restores its urban habitat and improves water quality / Laurie Brown
  • Las Vegas, NV, master plan focuses on regional flood control, neighborhood drainage, and sanitary sewers / Amara Rozgus
  • Los Angeles, CA, inner-city renewal plan focuses on restoring the "lost" river / Hilary Kaplan
  • Miami, FL, shapes its future by restoring and preserving its river / Herb Hiller
  • Moscow, ID, restores nature to improve its rivers and their wetlands / Amanda Cronin
  • New Orleans, LA, and other cities restore inner-city parks and their waterways / Jim Miara
  • Philadelphia, PA, and other cities clean contaminated sites to restore their aging riverfront areas / Roshi Pelaseyed
  • St. Augustine, FL, creates new wetland areas to offset urban growth patterns / B. J. Bukata ... [et al.]
  • St. George, ME, may acquire property to ensure public access to its shoreline / Peter Ralston
  • Salt Lake City, UT, and other cities benefit from public and private wetlands preservation and mitigation programs / Michael M. Brodsky
  • San Francisco, CA, enhances its water quality by using stormwater pollution prevention plans / Gary J. Goodemote
  • Santa Barbara, CA, protects its coastline while there's still time / Gordy Slack
  • Santa Fe, NM, works with citizen groups to restore a river and its corridor / William Poole
  • Santa Monica, CA, and other cities let mother nature guide new stormwater management practices / Donald Baker, Les Lampe, and Laura Adams
  • Scottsdale, AZ, and other cities reclaim, recycle, and reuse their wastewater / David Mansfield ... [et al.]
  • Seattle, WA, uses smart growth practices to improve water quality / Lisa Nisenson and Jennifer Molloy
  • Streamwood, IL, takes measures to protect its rivers and streams / Steve Gibbs
  • Toledo, OH, takes steps to remove pollutants from its rivers to improve water quality / Joshua J. O'Neil and Stephen M. Way
  • University Place, WA, prepares multi-agency master plan for water-sensitive land area / Brett Davis
  • Washington, DC, improves the quality of its drinking water / Kevin Dixon
  • West Des Moines, IA, turns river and watershed into park and open space / Sally Ortgies and Edwin Slattery
  • Yorklyn, DE, and other cities adopt plans to protect buildings in floodplains from water / Michael Powell and Robin Ringler
  • Growth and water issues / Michelle Henrie
  • Reclaiming our rivers / Nancy L. Fleming
  • Riverfront conservation movement / Greg Breining
  • Smart growth and water benefits / U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  • Restorative development / Storm Cunningham
  • Cities, water, people, and the future / Martha Sutro.
Droughts, global warming and rising infrastructure costs have brought new attention to water as both an urban planning and an environmental issue. This volume presents many best-practice case studies to show how cities and towns throughout the United States are restoring their wetlands, watersheds, rivers, beaches, and harbors even as rapid urbanization has put more stress on water supplies. These collected accounts are designed to educate citizens and public officials about water-related issues and future concerns. Regional and national resource directories are included.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780786434695 20160618
Green Library
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viii, 327 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contains 31 articles that discuss the pros and cons of privatization of public services. This book also examines the need for alternative service delivery; the process of privatization; examples of privatizing services generic to local governments; precautions; and the future of privatization.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780786432509 20160528
Green Library
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vii, 495 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Green Library
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viii, 327 p. : ill ; 24 cm.
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ix, 227 pages ; 26 cm
  • The town that can't seem to govern itself / Daniel C. Vock
  • Drained / Josh Goodman
  • Dilemmas faced when contracting out public services / Andrea Headley
  • Chicago and Illinois, leading the pack in corruption / Dick Simpson, et al
  • The dark side of awards and accountability / Ken Miller
  • Public corruption : an ethical challenge / Dulce Pamela Baizas
  • Corruption : an enlightened self-Interest? / Ravi Subramanian
  • When does politicians' unethical behavior become a crime? / Alan Ehrenhalt
  • Managing public mistrust of government / Brynne Van Hettinga
  • Coffee and doughnuts : building accountability / John J. Carroll
  • Can police departments reduce implicit bias? / Paul Figueroa
  • Cuyahoga County's road to recovery from corruption / Josh Goodman
  • How public professionals stay politically neutral / Roger L. Kemp
  • How would It look in the paper? / Bob Stone
  • Charlotte Mayor resigns after arrest on corruption charges / Mark Washburn, Jim Morrill, and Michael Gordon
  • The costs of public corruption / Patrick Fitzgerald
  • Whistleblowers anonymous / Tom Arrandale
  • Regaining the public's trust / G. Edward DeSeve
  • New York corruption investigation trends / Chelsea A. Binns
  • Lack of oversight led to ex-water agency head's conviction / Dan Ivers
  • How we're losing the war on corruption / Mark Funkhouser
  • Municipal employees retirement system faces questions / Kevin Litten
  • Responding to an ethical crisis / Kevin Duggan
  • Ethics : focus on the fundamentals / Martha Perego
  • Ethics, front and center / Troy Brown
  • Local government ethics reform / Robert Wechsler
  • Assessing the ethical culture of your agency / Jan Perkins, and Arne Croce
  • Building a strong local government ethics program / Michael W. Manske and H. George Frederickson
  • Ethics : alive and well / Elizabeth Kellar and Jan Perkins
  • Ethics in public management education / Alicia Schatteman
  • Key elements to building transparent communities / International City/County Management Association
  • A dose of transparency / Penelope Lemov
  • Introducing the cycle of transparency / Paul Blumenthal
  • Council-manager or strong mayor? / International City/County Management Association and California City Management Foundation
  • A cost-effective way to bust (and prevent) contractor fraud / Jim Sullivan
  • City-state oversight of funds given to nonprofits lacking / Zach Patton
  • Vigilance required for New York government employees / Chelsea A. Binns
  • Lessons of Bell, California / Michael McGrath
  • Where our profession is making a difference / Kevin Duggan
  • Prudent options for balancing public budgets / Roger L. Kemp
  • The seven deadly sins of public finance / Liz Farmer
  • Body-worn cameras : using the wealth of data effectively / Paul Figueroa
  • Report grades cities' spending transparency websites / Mike Maciag
  • Using technology to increase access and transparency / Brian A. Moura
  • Unlike zoos, public health departments don't need national accreditation / Mattie Quinn
  • Speak out, do the right thing and you're fired! / Brynne van Hettinga
  • Dealing with public mistrust / Dana K. Lee
  • When transparency fails to produce accountability / Pospere Charles
  • When transparency becomes the enemy of accountability / Stuart C. Gilman and Howard Whitton
  • How to embed transparency into collaborative governance / Jusil Lee and Erik W. Johnston
  • Corruption, ethics, and accountability / Rod Erakovich, et al.
  • Anti-corruption effort targets all the states / Neal Peirce
  • States disclose economic development subsidies / Mike Maciag
  • Why it might finally get easier to access public data / Liz Farmer
  • The truth about public employees in California / Sylvia A. Allegretto and Jeffrey Keefe
  • Disclosing public employee pay troubles some officials / Mike Maciag.
Corruption is a chronic public concern affecting America's cities. Greed, ethical lapses and lack of accountability have drained untold millions in tax dollars. Corrupt practices range from embezzlement, graft, bribery, kickbacks, extortion, nepotism and patronage to the misuse of funds, vehicles, equipment, supplies and other public resources. Court proceedings to investigate and prosecute perpetrators add to the cost. Media exposes have magnified the spectacle of abusive and unethical government. This book investigates the reasons behind corruption and imparts guidelines for better accountability.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781476665771 20170327
Law Library (Crown)
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x, 252 pages ; 26 cm
This is a handbook of international best practices on how cities throughout the world have improved their transportation options provided to their citizens. Roadways for cars are bring turned into walkways and bikeways, light-rail transit systems have been installed to reduce traffic and pollution, and more citizens are riding bikes and walking. In the olden days our cities were designed by cars for cars. Nowadays our cities are being designed, redesigned, and improved for the people who live there - citizens. Many communities throughout the world have decreased their reliance on the personal car, have promoted transit options, and have enhanced their urban environment by reducing traffic, congestion, pollution, and the number and width of their roadways. Many citizens in cities throughout the world don't even need a car, since so many other transit options are available to them. The 40 best practice case studies contained in this volume are from 33 states and provinces in 19 countries located on six continents - from all over the world! Each best practice case study contains the official name of the municipality, it's latest population figure, the region it is located in, the province or state that it is located in, the common name of the country that it is located in, the official name of the country that it is located in, and the community's official website.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780786470754 20160618
Green Library
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xii, 239 p. ; 26 cm.
This is a guide to introduce the rapidly evolving field of communities that are effectively 'going green'. An assessment of the future of these towns and cities and resources for citizens and officials seeking information conclude the work.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780786459681 20160610
Green Library

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