Table of contents for The Portland edge : challenges in growing communities / edited by Connie P. Ozawa.

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Contents
List of Tables, Figures, and Photos
Preface
Introduction
Chapter 1. The Portland Edge in Context
Heike Mayer and John Provo 
Chapter 2. It's Not an Experiment: Regional Planning at Metro, 1990 to Present
Ethan Seltzer
Chapter 3. Urban Redevelopment in Portland: Making the City Livable for Everyone?
Karen Gibson
Chapter 4. Dialectics of Control: The Origins and Evolution of Conflict in Portland's Neighborhood Association Program
Matthew Witt
Chapter 5. The Myth and Reality of Portland's Engaged Citizenry and Process-Oriented Government
Steven Reed Johnson
Chapter 6. Community Radio in Community Development: KBOO Radio
Gerald Sussman and J.R. Estes
Chapter 7. If Zealously Promoted by All: The Push and Pull of Portland Parks History
Chet Orloff
Chapter 8. Centers and Edges: Reshaping Downtown Portland
Carl Abbott
Chapter 9. The Reality of Portland's Housing Market
Deborah Howe
Chapter 10. Density and Livability in the Portland Metropolitan Area
Nancy Chapman and Hollie Lund
Chapter 11. The Evolution of Transportation Planning in the Portland Metropolitan Area
Sy Adler and Jennifer Dill
Chapter 12. Keeping the Green Edge: Stream Corridor Protection in the Portland Metropolitan Region
Connie P. Ozawa and J. Alan Yeakley
Chapter 13. Portland's Response to Homeless Issues and the "Broken Window" Theory
Tracy Prince
Conclusion
About the Contributors
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Regional planning -- Oregon -- Portland Metropolitan Area.
Urban renewal -- Oregon -- Portland Metropolitan Area.
City planning -- Oregon -- Portland.
Environmental protection -- Oregon -- Portland Metropolitan Area.