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by Professor of Law Albany Law School Sandra M. Stevenson

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ISBN:
1422473317
Author:
Professor of Law Albany Law School Sandra M. Stevenson
Category:
Law
Language:
English
Publisher:
LEXISNEXIS; Second edition (July 14, 2009)
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288 pages
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Judge Gabrielli’s opinions have covered the areas of zoning, equal protection, and due process. This article considers Judge Gabrielli’s contributions to the body of law in these areas and the unique style which has characterized his opinions and made them so understandable. An attempt is made to provide a glimpse of the man himself through an examination of the product of his ten years of service as a member of the New York Court of Appeals. Stevenson, Sandra . State and Local Government: The Contribution of Judge Domenick L. Gabrielli (1983).

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book by Sandra M. Stevenson. Local governments have their own unique characteristics and personalities.

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The Government Law Center (GLC) of Albany Law School is a non-profit law and public policy organization and think tank based in Albany, New York. Professor Sandra Stevenson served as the GLC's Director for a few months before J. Langdon Marsh became the first full-time director of the GLC on March 1, 1979 The Center contracted with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation to prepare its first state legal report in 1980, titled "Selected Legal Problems in the Control of Hazardous Wastes.

In January 2003, the Government Law Center (GLC or Center) of Albany Law School of Union University began a.

In January 2003, the Government Law Center (GLC or Center) of Albany Law School of Union University began a year-long celebration of its silver anniversary as a unique combination of a law school-based academic program and as a public policy institute and training resource for governments in New York and across the country. The then acting Dean John Welsh, along with Professors Sandra Stevenson, Robert Tymann, and Bernard Harvith, all contributed extensive amounts of time, effort, and expertise during the GLC's initial stages.

Understanding Local Government identifies the underpinnings and the concepts that determine how local governments function in fulfilling their purpose of providing both needed and desired services to their residents. The book is designed for ease of use in both teaching and learning, having an introduction and overview at the beginning of each chapter and clearly delineated subsections. The book also makes numerous references to laws and other materials of particular states and regions, making it easy to provide illustrative examples and to supplement the text. Specific areas covered include:.

Local governments have their own unique characteristics and personalities

Local governments have their own unique characteristics and personalities. In some ways, they are similar to the Federal Government because they are totally dependent on the kind of structure and authority that has been delegated to them by their states. Although this means that there are pronounced variations from state to state, there are also basic characteristics that are common to all. Focusing on those basic characteristics, this treatise aims to provide a general understanding of the functionality of local governments.

Local governments have their own unique characteristics and personalities. In some ways, they are similar to the Federal Government because they are totally dependent on the kind of structure and authority that has been delegated to them by their states. Although this means that there are pronounced variations from state to state, there are also basic characteristics that are common to all. Focusing on those basic characteristics, this treatise aims to provide a general understanding of the functionality of local governments.

Understanding Local Government identifies the underpinnings and the concepts that determine how local governments function in fulfilling their purpose of providing both needed and desired services to their residents. The book is designed for ease of use in both teaching and learning, having an introduction and overview at the beginning of each chapter and clearly delineated subsections. The book also makes numerous references to laws and other materials of particular states and regions, making it easy to provide illustrative examples and to supplement the text. Specific areas covered include:

Local authority and regulation; Land use controls; Local contracts; Delivery of services and assistance; Public access to information and right to vote; Local officers and employees; Local government liability; and Local finances.

  • Gralinda
Good book....
  • Kadar
Very good information. Covers everything of the basics for anybody who wants to learn about local government to the seasoned political veteran.