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From the Introduction: The Mayor, the City Commissioners and the City Plan Commission have prepared a Master Plan. It is the function of a comprehensive Master Plan to define the long-range goals of the City and to serve as a practical guide toward attaining these goals. The Master Plan is based on various surveys of existing conditions presented in the Preliminary Comprehensive Plan as well as in this report. The plan itself consists of the following major elements: Plans and Recommendations (Land Use Plan, Community Facilities Plan, Circulation Plan, Neighborhood Plan, Urban Renewal Plan, Central Business District Plan), Capital Improvements Program, and Regulatory Codes. Submitted to East St. Louis Plan Commission, East St. Louis, Illinois, September 1960.
Urban Studies and Planning
Candeub & Fleissig, "Master Plan: East St. Louis" (1960). Books and Monographs. 17.
Permanent URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.7936/K7RX99CF Digital version of Master Plan: East St. Louis, Candeub and Fleissig, Newark, NJ, 1960. A print version is available through Washington University Libraries through the library catalog. This item is part of the St. Louis Reports and Case Studies collection.