Keeping our Charm: Residents, Growth, and Quality of Life Issues in a Small but Growing Texas Coastal Community
The study reported here assessed residents' perception of small, fast-growing coastal community on issues of quality of life, conservation, and growth. Data for the study were collected from an on-site survey in Aransas County, Texas from 2006 to 2007. Results show that the residents are concerned about preserving their natural resources, maintaining a small town atmosphere in their community, and ensuring citizens' involvement in future planning efforts, especially with tourism. The implications of the study are discussed for Extension professionals and residents, suggestions for future research are provided.
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Schuett, M. A., Jacob, J. S., Lu, J., & Respess, L. (2008). Keeping our Charm: Residents, Growth, and Quality of Life Issues in a Small but Growing Texas Coastal Community. The Journal of Extension, 46(6), Article 3. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol46/iss6/3