Term of Award
Master of Technology
Document Type and Release Option
Thesis (restricted to Georgia Southern)
Keith F. Hickman
Committee Member 1
John S. Wallace
Committee Member 2
Daniel S. Turner
Federal, state and local statute laws and guidelines regulate land subdivision in Bulloch County. Recent course study in urban planning, water supply and waste treatment and disposal at Georgia Southern College by the investigator has indicated varying degrees of compliance with specific laws and regulations. Other studies of this county such as the Altamaha-Georgia Southern Area Planning and Development Commission (AGS-APDC) and the Georgia Public Health Department have noted problems and have made recommendations. Statute laws and departmental regulations have be£n made to protect the health, safety and welfare of the citizens in the state and community. Significant instances of non-compliance with these regulations may endanger the well-being of the citizen and his community.
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Meadows, Julius Olney Jr., "Land Subdivision in Bulloch County, Georgia: A Study to Determine Compliance with Regulations and Guidelines" (1976). Legacy ETDs. 654.