Solving chronic nuisance problems: A guide for neighborhood leaders

Whether the nuisance is physical (such as blighted property) or behavioral (such as a drug house), the best solutions focus on the core elements that have allowed its continuing existence. This document identifies barriers to solving chronic nuisance problems, discusses ways that experienced leaders find solutions, and provides a set of references for pursuing specific nuisance abatement goals. It provides resources that lead you to examples of nuisance laws and case studies that cover how one town, one community, one neighborhood, or even one person has solved chronic nuisance problems. More importantly, it helps you understand how community leaders approach such problems–that is, the way they think about them–in order to achieve success.

via Enterprise Resource Database: Solving Chronic Nuisance Problems: A Guide for Neighborhood Leaders, 2001. John H. Campbell

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