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LandWatch State of Monterey County Report 1998


State of Monterey County 1998 is the first annual, comprehensive assessment of land use, the environment, and infrastructure for Monterey County. Prepared by LandWatch Monterey County, a nonprofit, public benefit corporation dedicated to promoting better land use planning, State of Monterey County 1998 provides an integrated overview of population trends, land use patterns, traffic conditions, and various features broadly affecting the environmental health and economic vitality of Monterey County.

Landwatch has also has asked for the county candidates' responses to the State of the County report.

El estado del condado de Monterey 1998 en espanol!

1998 Table of Contents:

1.0 Executive Summary

1.1 Findings
1.2 Recommendations
1.3 Areas of Future Study

2.0 Summary of Indicators

3.0 State of Monterey County 1998

3.1 Introduction
3.2 Population and Population Forecasts
3.3 Development&emdash;Approved and Pending Projects
3.4 Roads and Highways
3.5 Water Supply
3.6 Water Quality
3.7 Wastewater Treatment
3.8 Air Quality
3.9 Agricultural Land
3.10 Nonagricultural Land&emdash;Open Space
3.11 Affordable Housing
3.12 Schools
3.13 Economy
3.14 Rare, Threatened, and Endangered Species
3.15 General Plans

4.0 References

PDF verison of 1998 Report:

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LandWatch's mission is to protect Monterey County's future by addressing climate change, community health, and social inequities in housing and infrastructure. By encouraging greater public participation in planning, we connect people to government, address human needs and inspire conservation of natural resources.



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