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  • Homsey, Andrew R.; Ames, David; Jiang, Xuan; Gayley, Rebekah (Institute for Public Administration, Coastal Community Enhancement Initiative, and the Center for Historic Architecture and Design, 2007-11)
    This research assesses the feasibility of heritage tourism as part of an economic development strategy for Sussex County, Delaware. The research presented within indicates that a program of heritage tourism has a great ...
  • Raab, Linda P.; DeCoursey, William J.; Minni, Nicole M. (Institute for Public Administration, 2014-01-06)
    Title 22, Section 702(e) of the Delaware Code requires that at least every 5 years a municipality shall review its adopted comprehensive plan to determine if its provisions are still relevant given changing conditions in ...
  • O'Neill, Sean; Raab, Linda P.; Minni, Nicole M.; Mix, Troy; Czepiel, Chris; Braun, Davis (Institute for Public Administration, 2019-05-06)
    The Town of Camden has changed dramatically over the past 20 years. Much of the land annexed during this time has been developed or is in the process of being developed. Camden’s population has grown substantially from ...
  • Raab, Linda; and IPA Planning Services (2009-03-04)
    The 2008 Town of Clayton Comprehensive Plan provides current information on population, transportation, housing, employment, the environment, municipal services, and land use, and it establishes a new municipal growth ...
  • Wollaston, Martin; and IPA Planning Services (2008-01-31)
    State law requires that planning be an ongoing process and that municipalities identify future planning activities. This document is Dewey Beach’s Municipal Comprehensive Development Plan as required by state law. It ...
  • Wollaston, Martin; and IPA Planning Services (2009-08-18)
    The plan is a legal document serving as a foundation for Frankford’s land use decisions and annexation policy. It also serves as a consolidated reference guide containing demographic, economic, environmental, and historical ...
  • Wollaston, Martin; Raab, Linda; DeCoursey, William J.; Jones, Kirsten; Tierney, Gemma; Seymour, Nicole; Horgan, Evan (2017-01)
    This comprehensive development plan is intended to serve as a document for the future development of the Town of Kenton. Adopted by the Town Council, it is recognized as the guide for future planning efforts of the community ...
  • Wollaston, Martin; and IPA Planning Services (2009-08-18)
    The plan is a legal document serving as a foundation for Magnolia’s land use decisions and annexation policy. It also serves as a consolidated reference guide containing demographic, economic, environmental, and historical ...
  • Wollaston, Martin; Mix, Troy; and IPA Planning Services (2006-03-03)
    The Town of Middletown Comprehensive Plan is Middletown’s authoritative statement of land use policy. This plan brings Middletown into compliance with Title 22 of the Delaware Code, Chapter 7, Section 702, which requires ...
  • Justice, Jonathan; Mix, Troy; Doss, Manoj; Edwards, Barrett; Interlante, Lindsey (2008-01-31)
    The population of Middletown, Delaware, has more than tripled from 3,834 in 1990 to an estimated 13,868 in 2005. Its population is projected to double again by 2020, as the Town develops into a commercial center for lower ...
  • Raab, Linda P.; Minni, Nicole M.; Wollaston, Martin W. (Institute for Public Administration, 2017-02-14)
    On March 13, 2010 by Ordinance 266, The Town of Ocean View adopted a complete update of its comprehensive plan. This plan was certified by the governor on October 21, 2010. Following adoption of the 2010 complete plan ...
  • Raab, Linda P.; Minni, Nicole M. (Institute for Public Administration, 2014-09-04)
    Following adoption of the 2010 comprehensive plan, the Town of Townsend, to comply with Title 22, Section 702(c) of the Delaware Code, has been preparing to amend its official zoning map to rezone all lands within the ...
  • Raab, Linda P.; Minni, Nicole M. (Institute for Public Administration, 2016-08-24)
    On March 23, 2016, the Zoning Committee reviewed the change proposed in this Plan Amendment and recommended that the Town Council approve transmission of the amendment for review under the Preliminary Land Use Service ...
  • IPA Planning Team, Martin Wollaston (manager) (Institute for Public Administration, 2003-02)
  • DeCoursey, William J.; Athey, Lorene (2008-03-14)
    The recent interest in Transit-Oriented Design (TOD) in Delaware goes back to the mid-1990s when a study was commissioned by the Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT), in coordination with New Castle County, to ...
  • Scott, Marcia; Watkins, Matthew (Institute for Public Administration, 2014-12)
    The Institute for Public Administration (IPA) at the University of Delaware developed this guide to help Delaware local governments better understand Transportation Improvement Districts and Delaware Department of ...
  • Pragg, Sarah; Scott, Marcia; Coakley, Sarah (2018-03)
    A short brochure that covers the definition and purpose of Transportation Improvement Districts in Delaware, frequently asked questions, benefits, examples, and testimonials.
  • Beauchamp, David; Warren, Robert; Edwards, Geoff; Jiang, Xuan (2009-11-20)
    The lack of systematic planning and policy-making to optimize the NEC’s overall transportation infrastructure is obviously not due to an absence of agencies and organizations that focus on the Corridor and its subareas. ...
  • Institute for Public Administration (2013-05-13)
    This report describes current trends and issues in Delaware relating to transportation services for persons with disabilities and senior citizens. Topics outlined include funding, access, coordination, and public transport. ...
  • O'Hanlon, Julia; Jacobson, Eric; Watson, Verity (2014-06)
    As Delaware’s senior population grows, state and local policymakers and social service professionals will likely undertake new and varied demands for senior services and programs. These demands hail from challenges and ...

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