Toledo : Comprehensive plan (1982)
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It is projected that Toledo's population may more than double (to 8,106) by the year 2000. Adequately providing for urban growth at this rate will be a continual challenge to the City. Providing the full array of urban services; supporting economic growth and diversification; and maintaining and enhancing Toledo's "livability" will require continual planning. It is the purpose of this document to give the City the tools necessary to carry out this task. [From the Plan]
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