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Cost-Benefit Analysis of Pima County's Drug Treatment Alternative to Prison Program

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The Drug Treatment Alternative to Prison (DTAP) Program enables drug addicted criminal defendants to plead guilty to an offense and then enter a residential, therapeutic community treatment system for three years as an alternative to a prison sentence. The Program

The Drug Treatment Alternative to Prison (DTAP) Program enables drug addicted criminal defendants to plead guilty to an offense and then enter a residential, therapeutic community treatment system for three years as an alternative to a prison sentence. The Program begins with three months of in-patient, residential drug treatment followed by wraparound recovery support services managed by a resources specialist, including transitional housing, literacy services, higher education, job training and placement services, and counseling, accompanied by drug testing, probation monitoring, and regular court hearings.

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2012 to 2013

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Critical Watershed Management Plan: Ruthrauff Road Area

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This plan has been prepared in recognition of area flooding problems induced by urbanization within this unusually flat portion of the Tucson basin.

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1983-08-15

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Stakeholder Perspectives on the Economic Impact of the Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan: What Does the Business Community Think?

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A series of 51 individual stakeholder interviews and two focus groups conducted with members of the Pima County business community in fall, 2001, documented significantly divided opinion about the likely economic impacts of the county's SDCP. Only one major finding reflected consensus, while several others revealed sharp differences of opinion.

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2002

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Economics of Large-Scale Conservation - A Framework for Assessment in Pima County: Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan

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A number of significant positive and negative economic impacts could result from Pima County's SDCP and related programs, according to an analysis of existing research on large-scale conservation planning undertaken to provide a framework for community decision-making. This report offers

A number of significant positive and negative economic impacts could result from Pima County's SDCP and related programs, according to an analysis of existing research on large-scale conservation planning undertaken to provide a framework for community decision-making. This report offers no final verdict on the net economic impact of Pima County's current, ambitious initiatives in habitat conservation and growth management. However, it does provide a framework for future assessment and decision-making.

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2002

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Evaluation of Mesquite Mouse (Peromyscus Merriami) Status in Pima County, Arizona: Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan

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Concern has been expressed that mesquite bosques are disappearing or diminishing in quality, and that the survival of the mesquite mouse is consequently threatened. This study, funded by a grant from the Arizona Heritage Fund to the Pima County Regional

Concern has been expressed that mesquite bosques are disappearing or diminishing in quality, and that the survival of the mesquite mouse is consequently threatened. This study, funded by a grant from the Arizona Heritage Fund to the Pima County Regional Flood Control District, investigated the current distribution of the mesquite mouse by reviewing historical records from museum specimens, examining existing potential habitat at historic locations of the species and elsewhere in the county, and conducting a live-trapping study at 19 sites representing a range of ecological communities with mesquite as a major component.

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2006-05

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Study of Mineral Production With Reference to the Rosemont Copper Project

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Regional benefits of the Rosemont Project are discussed in greater detail in the Economic Impacts Report prepared by the Seidman Institute of the Arizona State University that is part of this document. It covers Pima and Santa Cruz Counties; the major benefits accruing to Pima County.

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2009-07

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Overview of Traditional Cultural Uses & Traditional Cultural Places in Pima County and the Coronado National Forest: Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan

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This contains two reports. The first is by authors from Statistical Research, Inc. that provides background information on the definition and application of the traditional cultural places designation under the National Historic Preservation Act. The second report is from the

This contains two reports. The first is by authors from Statistical Research, Inc. that provides background information on the definition and application of the traditional cultural places designation under the National Historic Preservation Act. The second report is from the National Forest Service and expands on the first with examples of how traditional cultural places can be considered as part of land management planning.

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2000

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Cultural Landscapes of History in Southern Arizona: Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan

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This report describes the different, and sometimes conflicting, conceptions of land use that have been held by residents of southern Arizona during the past 500 years. Briefly outlining major events in the Native American, Hispanic, and Anglo experience, the report provides a chronology of events.

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2000-05

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Relationships Between Land and People - The Cultural Landscapes Approach in Archaeology and History: Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan

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This report provides an introduction to a method used by anthropologist and archaeologists called the "cultural landscape approach." It reviews the cultural landscapes of the historic and prehistoric periods of southern Arizona and explains the theory of this approach.

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2000-05

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History of Archaeological, Historical, and Ethnographic Research: Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan

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The first in a series of installments in a regional synthesis of cultural and historical resources that will be produced to develop the Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan.

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2000-04-26