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The Ann Arbor News editorializes in the “News” section that the greenbelt does indeed constitute regionalism, citing exactly one opinion on the question:
The city of Ann Arbor’s greenbelt program, approved by voters in 2003, is another example of regionalism, several planners and preservationists said. The program uses revenue from Ann Arbor taxpayers to preserve farmland and open space primarily outside the city limits.
“Crossing political boundaries = true regionalism.” Any person here could have written a more thorough and balanced article on the question of the greenbelt, so, go for it:
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