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Sustainable Infrastructure in Shrinking Cities

Sustainable Infrastructure in Shrinking Cities

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The report includes a synopsis of recent literature regarding the management of water, sewer, transportation, and energy infrastructure in shrinking cities. It presents findings from a series of interviews with infrastructure management professionals, most of whom are from Northeast Ohio.
The report includes a synopsis of recent literature regarding the management of water, sewer, transportation, and energy infrastructure in shrinking cities. It presents findings from a series of interviews with infrastructure management professionals, most of whom are from Northeast Ohio.

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Ssaiab Iasc iSii Ciis
OptiOns fOr the future
John Hoornbeek, Ph.D., DirectorCenter or Public Administration and Public Policy Terry Schwarz, Senior PlannerCleveland Urban Design Collaborative
 
ACknowledgementS
 This report is a product o the Center or Public Administrationand Public Policy and the Cleveland Urban Design Collaborativeat Kent State University. The authors appreciate the valuablesupport and assistance provided by the inrastructuremanagement proessionals who shared their time and insightswith us during the course o the research process. The authorsalso acknowledge the assistance provided by Victoria Ceban,Sayantani Satpathi, and Brian Comer. This research was unded by the Ohio Urban University Program(UUP) through the Northeast Ohio Research Consortium (NEORC). The NEORC is a cooperative initiative o northeast Ohio’s publicuniversities: The University o Akron, Cleveland State University,Kent State University, and Youngstown State University. TheUUP is a unique network linking the resources o Ohio’s urbanuniversities with the communities and students they serve, in acooperative efort to improve the state’s urban regions.JULY, 2009
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ContentS
Executive Summary
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1Introduction
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3Background
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4Research Approach
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5Literature Review
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Findings rom Interviews
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Wa ad Wawa Maagm..........................
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 taoao ...................................................
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egy .............................................................
20Conclusions
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Next Steps
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25Bibliography
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