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The Original Green: Regulatory Best Practices for Sustainable Historic Preservation in Montpelier, Vermont

Author(s): Elizabeth Boerke

Year: 2011

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After years of collaboration, public participation, and strategic planning, the City of Montpelier released their final master plan EnVision Montpelier in the spring of 2010. Like most comprehensive plans, Envision Montpelier articulates clear goals for the City and its residents and outlines specific action steps to help Montepelier realize these desired outcomes over the next twenty years. However, unlike many comprehensive plans today, Montepelier's plan goes several steps further to embrace a "sustainable community plan, a plan that describes how residents can meet their current needs while also planning to meet the needs of future generations."


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The Original Green: Regulatory Best Practices for Sustainable Historic Preservation in Montpelier, Vermont. Elizabeth Boerke. Masters Thesis. Graduate College of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Department of Urban and Regional Planning. 2011 ( tDAR id: 391835) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8RN3B1R


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