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for North Carolina Architect Vol. 20 Issue 5; 6, May/June 1973
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Coastal development requires a balanced approach to both stimulate economic development while also preserving natural resources. In 1972, plans for development in Currituck County were halted to allow a team of architects, engineers, ecologists, economists, and local officials create a thorough, multi-disciplinary plan for the county's coastal land use. Specifics of their plan and potential use as a model for the entire state's coastal region are discussed.