A Summary of Citizen Participation Methods for the Waterfront Development Project in Oconto, Wisconsin
Kevin Silveira, Ron Shaffer and Chris Behr. Department of Agricultural Economics, University of Wisconsin-Madison/Extension. 1993.
The City of Oconto and the National Coastal Resources Institute sought to evaluate and integrate information on the economic and environmental impacts of waterfront development. A significant dimension of that effort was to go beyond the technical dimension of those decisions, and address the equally important local perceptions and concerns regarding the waterfront. This review of various techniques for gathering citizen input and encouraging involvement was originally prepared as background to the project team to help them involve Oconto residents in the decisions regarding the waterfront. The authors recommend that you use the document as a starting, not ending, point for building a citizen involvement strategy.
From Lars Hasselblad Torres' 'Webliography.'
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