Tuesday, November 1, 2011
James Bross (Georgia State) has posted Sewers: Infra Dig and Infra Dug (Urban Lawyer) on SSRN. Here's the abstract:
Julian Juergensmeyer is best known for his work on funding of infrastructure, but his seminal treatise on Agricultural Law raises the question of whether the infrastructure left unbuilt can best fulfill some planning goals. The relationship between infrastructure and planning has been studied in land use casebooks with the same handful of cases for several decades. This essay exams the viability of that handful of cases and examines the regulatory relationship between land use and infrastructure planning in contemporary law with particular focus on Oregon’s model.