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Handbook for Planning Commision Members
PA State Handbook that describes the roll of a Planning Commision and its members 
 
Timing Provisions for Zonning and Planning
PA State Handbook describing the timing provisions for Local Zoning and Planning Boards 

Planning for Agriculture
PA State Handbook for Agriculture Planning in local communities 
 
Local Land use controls in Local Government
PA State Handbook describing Local Land Use controls 
 
Better Models for Development in PA
PA State document describing Planning issue to create better living space in PA 
 
Growing Smarter ToolKit
MUST READ Pa State  Catalog of Financial
andTechnical Resources for Local Communities
 
Flood Plain Management Regulations
PA State Handbook describing Flood Plain Management Regulations in Pa 

Complete and Updated(06) LUPTAP application Guidelines
Complete Guidelines for the LUPTAP application Guidelines. Must read if your are updating your Comprehensive Plan. State Document updated 2006

Environmental Advisory Council Handbook
The EAC Handbook: A Guide for Pennsylvania's Municipal Environmental Advisory Councils

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Hidden Treasures in the Jim Thorpe Area


Carbon County Environmental Center

Great trails for hiking and bird watching. Environmental activities at the center. Outside picnic area. Located two miles past Mauch Chunk Lake Park on the left.

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Switchback Trail from Jim Thorpe to Mauch Chunk Lake

Wonderful biking and hiking trail from downtown Jim thorpe. Pick up the trail at the top of Hill Rd behind the Opera House. Follow it for 3.5 miles to the lake. Coast all the way back on the 4% grade. Outside picnic areas at the Lake.

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