Washington University Law Quarterly
This Article is concerned with the resolution of those problems of urban growth which invariably envelop an entire region. More specifically, it examines the legal machinery, particularly extraterritorial zoning, which has or may be used in accomplishing these objectives and in overcoming the obstacles posed by the proliferation of municipal boundaries.
David M. Becker,
Municipal Boundaries and Zoning: Controlling Regional Land Development,
1966 Wash. U. L. Q. 1
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