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Title:The Original Green: Regulatory Best Practices for Sustainable Historic Preservation in Montpelier, Vermont
Author(s):Boerke, Elizabeth
Contributor(s):Olshansky, Robert B.
Subject(s):historic preservation
Geographic Coverage:Montpelier, VT
Abstract:In 2010, the City of Montpelier, Vermont, released their final master plan. This plan goes several steps further than most plans 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." The plan outlined several goals to address sustainability within their Historic District, but the question of implementation still remains. This best practices guidebook seeks to address that very question. Through a discussion of five regulatory tools and an analysis of their on-the-ground applications, this document explores to what extent various regulatory tools address the goals of historic preservation and promote the three tenet of sustainability: social equity, economic development, and environmental health.
Issue Date:2011
Series/Report:MUP Capstone
Date Available in IDEALS:2014-11-19

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