A serious discussion of suburban sprawl and housing affordability: are Oregon and Kentucky on the right track by drawing a line between farms and suburbs?
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References & notes
-  Mass Transit: PANYNJ recommended to move forward with improving existing MTA Q70 LaGuardia Link service
-  Wikipedia: Urban growth boundary
-  Wikipedia: Lexington, Kentucky
-  Wikipedia: Town and Country Planning Act 1947
-  Wikipedia: CPRE
-  Department for Communities and Local Government: Planning Policy Guidance 2: Green belts
-  Metro: Urban growth boundary
-  Metro: Urban Growth Boundary Expansion History
-  Greenbelt Alliance: What Are Urban Growth Boundaries and Why Do We Need Them?
-  Oregon Encyclopedia: Urban Growth Boundary
-  Smart Cities Dive: Do Urban Growth Boundaries Work to Prevent Sprawl?
-  OPB: Tag - Urban Growth Boundary
-  City Observatory: Bursting Portland's urban growth boundary won't make housing more affordable
-  SCDHEC: Model ordinance: Urban Growth Boundary
-  Reason Foundation: Urban-growth Boundaries
-  Reason Foundation: The Economic Problems of Constrained Urban Growth
-  Montana.gov: Growth Management - Urban Growth Boundaries
-  Planetizen: What Is an Urban Growth Boundary?
-  Nicki Sitko: Urban Growth Boundaries: Economic Development Tool or Unwanted Interference?
-  Forbes: Portland's Urban Growth Boundary: A Driver of Suburban Sprawl
-  The Journal of Public and Professional Sociology: Is Smart Growth Fair Growth: Do Urban Growth Boundaries Keep Out Racial Minorities?
-  Daniel Buhl: Evaluating Urban Growth Boundaries: A Case Study of Pierce County, WA'S State Route 410