30 Environs: Envtl. L. & Pol'y J. [i] (2006-2007)

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ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND POLICY JOURNAL
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS
SCHOOL OF LAW

VOLUME 30

FALL2006

UCDAVIS
SCHOOLofLAW
NUMBER 1

Articles

FORMING A TIE THAT BINDS: DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENTS IN
GEORGIA AND THE NEED FOR LEGISLATIVE CLARITY
By  M ichael B. Kent, Jr ........................................... . 1
CAPTURING THE VALUE OF APPRECIATED DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS
ON CONSERVATION EASEMENT TERMINATION
By  Jam es  L. Olmsted .................................................. 39
CHANGING DIRECTION IN ADMINISTRATIVE AGENCY RULEMAKING:
REASONED ANALYSIS, THE ROADLESS RULE REPEAL, AND THE
2006 NATIONAL PARK SERVICE MANAGEMENT POLICIES
By  David  H. Becker ................................... ........... 65
PROPERTY IN THE HORIZON: THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF SIGN
AND BILLBOARD REGULATION
By  Jacob  Loshin  ......................................................  101
AN ENVIRONMENTALIST'S UNLIKELY FOE: THE USE OF
HYPOTHETICAL JURISDICTION IN M4SSACHUSETTS v. EPA
By  Caroline  Patton ..................................................  173

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