Eugene : South Hills study (1974)
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[T]he Joint Parks Committee viewed the purposes of the South Hills Study as: 1. To respond to the specific directives of the City Council as set forth in Resolution No. 2070 and the discussion of that resolution when the study was authorized; and 2. To provide data, analytical techniques and recommended policies upon which subsequent decisions could be based that would achieve a balance between the goal of utilizing the hillside areas for development and the goal of preserving the hillside areas in their natural state. (From the document)
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