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AICP Exam Misc 2011
Miscallaneous questions for the AICP Exam 2011
|Wrote the article "The Science of Muddling Through" in 1959 and a primary proponent of what theory?
|Charles Lindblom, Incrementalism
|Requirement that plans be consistent with neighborhing jurisdictions
|Requirement that local plans be consistent with statewide planning goals
|Leader of the garden city movement. First manager of Letchowrth, England
|What city claims the first comprehensive plan (and year)
|Cincinnati (comprehensive plan, 1925) Chicago (1st regional plan, 1909)
|The name of the City Beautiful plan for Washington DC (and year)
|Author of "A ladder of citizen participation"
|Sherry Arnstein (1969)
|Describe Sector Theory
|Concept taht land use is based on transportation corridors (Chicago) radiating out from the CBD. Developed by Homer Hoyt
|Movement spearheaded by Daniel Burnham
|Concentric circle theory (and who developed)
|Theory that the city is divided into 5 rings (CBD, Industry, transistion, working men's homes, and high-class residential). Developed by Ernest Burgess in 1925...based on Chicago
|City with 32,000 people (30k urban, 2k rural) developed by Ebenezer Howard
|Wrote the book "Image of the City" and focused on urban design including nodes, edges, paths, districts, and landmarks
|Head of the resettlement administration and part of the FDR administration and later as the director of the NYC Planning Commission
|Nectow v. City of Cambridge (1928)
|The Court used a rational basis test to strike down a zoning ordinance because it had no valid public purpose (e.g., to promote the health, safety, morals, or welfare of the public).
|Pennsylvania Coal Co. v. Mahon; (1922)
|The court found that if a regulation goes too far it will be recognized as a taking. This was the first takings ruling and defined a taking under the 5th Amendment.
|Kelo v. City of New London, 2005
|The Supreme Court ruled that a economic development is a valid use of eminent domain. The court found that it is not in a position to determine the amount or character of land needed for a particular public project.