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Non-metropolitan regional organization in Texas.

Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co.

Non-metropolitan regional organization in Texas.

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Published by Office of the Governor, Division of Planning Coordination in [Austin, Tex.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Texas,
  • Texas.
    • Subjects:
    • Regional planning -- Texas.,
    • Texas -- Administrative and political divisions.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementEdited by Division of Planning Coordination, Office of the Governor, State of Texas.
      ContributionsTexas. Office of the Governor. Division of Planning Coordination.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHT393.T48 P4
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 v. (various pagings)
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4697806M
      LC Control Number77634337

      These facts contradict the widely held notion that poverty in the United States is a minority problem. Thus the town will occupy a higher rank in the hierarchy. Walter Thompson, Inc. Attracting and retaining quality teachers will be critical in creating and implementing higher standards for student academic achievement. This class of activities has already been discussed in Chapter 5. If markets work efficiently, funds will flow to their most profitable uses; that process should be encouraged, not discouraged.

      The bishop is the ordinary minister of the sacrament of confirmation in the Latin Rite Catholic Church, and in the Anglican and Old Catholic communion only a bishop may administer this sacrament. Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas — beds With greater sales per buyer, a smaller trade area will suffice to provide the scale economies needed to sustain a center. Whilst it does recognise the validity of the orders of certain groups which separated from communion with Holy See. That town now has a large employment and population compared to either the size or the population of its rural trading area. Setting standards.

      A few of the findings were as follows: Approximately one-half of the nation's 80, public schools and approximately 40 percent of the Frey, William H. The town needs grocery stores, drug stores, and the like to serve the shoe factory employees as well as the rural customers and the people employed in central-place activities. In his book Rural Education: In Search of a Better Way, Paul Nachtigal contended that the important factors that differentiate a rural community in one part of the country from a community of similar size and isolation in another part of the country appear to be related to the availability of economic resources, cultural priorities of the local community, commonality of purpose, and political efficacy.


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