With the passage of the Federal Endangered Species Act in 1973, the stage was set for a confrontation between urban development and the provisions of Federal Law. Language was amended to the Act that established standards that a plan would have to meet before the Fish and Wildlife Service could approve it and issue a permit for the take of a listed species. In those jurisdictions that have adopted this approach, conservation of natural resources is no longer an afterthought but a major element that has to be considered during the regular land use permitting process.
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- Kobetich, Gail (Author)
- Pima County (Ariz.). County Administrator's Office (Publisher)
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- Identifier ValueXCPM 19.3:R 36/7
- SDCP reports ; 7