Bay Area Futures
November 1997
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BAY AREA FUTURES: WHERE WILL WE LIVE AND WORK? , November 1997, 42 pages.
A study commisioned by the San Francisco District Council of the Urban Land Institute and performed by the Association of Bay Area Governments with the cooperation of the Bay Area Council. This report was produced cooperatively by the San Francisco District Council of the Urban Land Institute, ABAG, and the Bay Area Council. The report examines how the region's land use patterns are evolving. Color maps show areas of recent projected future growth. The report's objective is to open discussion between citizens, community, business, and political leaders. Key issues include the character of the Bay Area, its continued economic vitality, and the challenges that accompany growth.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS


Sponsoring Organizations:

San Francisco District Council of the Urban Land Institute
Jay L. Paxton, Chair
Faye Beverett, Vice Chair
Kent L. Colwell, Vice Chair
Ronald T. Nahas, Vice Chair

Association of Bay Area Governments
Charlotte B. Powers, Councilmember, City of San Jose, President
Mary V. King, Supervisor, Alameda County, Vice-President
Mary Griffin, Supervisor, San Mateo County, Immediate Past President
Eugene Y. Leong, Executive Director
Bay Area Council
T. Gary Rodgers, Chairman and CEO, Dreyer’s Grand Ice Cream, Inc., Chair
Sunne Wright McPeak, President
Contributors:
San Francisco District Council of the Urban Land Institute
Jay L. Paxton
Alan Billingsley
June W. Catalano
Steve Emslie
Claude Gruen
Nina Gruen
Paul H. Sedway

Bay Area Council
Sunne Wright McPeak
Russ Hancock
Ben Rodriguez

Association of Bay Area Governments
Project Directors
Gary Binger, Deputy Executive Director, Planning Director
Paul Fassinger, Research Director

Project Manager/Principal Author
Brian Kirking, Regional Planner

Contributing Authors/Technical Assistance
Marianna Marashava
Roger Marshall
Debbi Nichols
Laura Stuchinsky
Hing Wong

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