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Appalachian Regional Commission, 1965

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90M1 Appalachian Regional Commission, 1965-2010 90M1 Finding aid prepared by Kate Black University of Kentucky Special Collections Special Collections Margaret I. King Building, North Lexington, KY, 40506-0039 (859) 257-8611 SCLREF@LSV.UKY.EDU 2011 This finding aid was produced using the Archivists' Toolkit 2011-08-19T10:36-0400 Description is in English. Describing Archives: A Content Standard Appalachian Regional Commission 90M1 University of Kentucky Special Collections 325.0 Cubic feet 1965-2010 Appalachian Regional Commission Custodial History note In the summer of 1989, the University of Kentucky Libraries contracted with the Appalachian Regional Commission as the permanent repository for the agency's library and archives. The library was integrated into the University's Appalachian Collection, specialized branch libraries, and the general collection, originally housed in the M.I. King Library but now located in Young Library. The archives, consisting of the ARC's official records since its beginning in 1965, will be updated annually, and is housed in the University Libraries' Department of Special Collections and Digital Programs. Conditions Governing Access note Copyright has not been assigned to the University of Kentucky. Conditions Governing Use note Collection is open for research. Processing Information note Processed with AV90M1, PA90M1 Preferred Citation note 90M1: [Identification of item], Appalachian Regional Commission, 1965-2010, University of Kentucky Special Collections. Historical note Passed by Congress in 1965, the Appalachian Regional Development Act established the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) to plan and manage economic development in the region. The Act defines the region as the entire state of West Virginia and parts of twelve other states--Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. ARC concentrates its efforts in two major areas. The highway program, which annually receives about two-thirds of the ARC's funds, provides for construction of the Appalachian Development Highway System. The other major program, area development, provides grants for education and health care, water and sewer systems, housing, child development, enterprise development, natural resources development, and research on topics related to the region's economic development. Grants to undertake these projects are often combined with local and/or state funds. The ARC is organized to ensure federal, state, and local participation. The Commission consists of fourteen members--the thirteen Appalachian governors and a Federal Co-Chair, appointed by the President. An executive director heads the Commission staff. Staff members are paid jointly by the federal government and the states. Both Commission members and staff, through its member states, work with the Local Development Districts (LDDs), the multi-county planning and development agencies covering all 397 Appalachian counties. The process of designing and funding ARC programs and projects is also structured to include all levels of government involvement. The ARC receives an annual appropriation from Congress and these funds are allocated by formula to the thirteen states. The governor of each state is responsible for developing an annual plan for meeting the ARC objectives, with input from the LDDs. The plan identifies specific projects that will receive ARC funds, usually in combination with other, federal, state, or local funds. Each state's development and project plan must be approved by the Commission. Dropouts--Prevention. Handicraft--Marketing Highway engineering. Pneumoconiosis Rural health services Rural-urban migration--Appalachian Region. Second home development Social applications for coal technology Subsidence War on Poverty in Appalachia Internal Documents I Scope and Contents note This section comprises approximately one-third of the ARC Archives and primarily reflects the daily operations of the ARC, as executed both by the staff and by the official Commission members. These documents are extensive in their scope, although not chronologically complete in every category. Topics covered include Commission meetings, policy, research reports, fiscal history, and the history of the Appalachian Regional Development Act. In addition, two headings describe the origins of the ARC: "Pre-ARC History" includes the documents of the President's Appalachian Regional Commission (PARC); and "Start-Up" contains the 1965 documents which were the blue-prints for ARC operations--from office procedures to policy-making. Annual Reports i Scope and Contents note Beginning in 2003, ARC annual reports were combined with performance plans. 1965 1 1 1966 1 2 1967 1 3 1968 1 4 1969 1 5 1970 1 6 1971 1 7 1972 1 8 1973 1 9 1974 1 10 1975 1 11 1976 1 12 1977 2 1 1978 2 2 1979 2 3 1980 2 4 1981 2 5 1982 2 6 1983 2 7 1984 2 8 1985 2 9 1986 2 10 1987 2 11 1988 2 12 1989 774 1 1990 774 2 1991 774 3 1992 774 4 1993 774 5 1994 774 6 1995 774 7 1996 774 8 2000 774 9 2001 774 10 2002 774 11 2003 Performance and Accountability Report 917 1 2004 Performance and Accountability Report 917 2 2005 Performance and Accountability Report 917 3 2006 Performance and Accountability Report 917 4 2007 Performance and Accountability Report 917 5 2008 Performance and Accountability Report 917 6 2009 Performance and Accountability Report 917 7 Annual Performance Plan Reports ii Performance Plan for the ARC FY 2000; February 1999 774 12 Annual Performance Plan, Fiscal 2002 Program/ Federal Co-Chairman; April 2001 774 13 Annual Performance Plan Report/ ARC Planning and Research Department (FY 2001); March 2002 774 14 FY 2002 Annual Program Performance Report/ ARC Regional Planning and Research Division; February 2003 774 15 Code and Resolutions iii Code Resolutions 3 1 1-54 3 2 55-121 3 3 122-161 3 4 162-205 4 1 206-257 4 2 258-315 4 3 316-359 4 4 360-417 4 5 418-465 5 1 466-514 5 2 515-575 5 3 576-597 5 4 598-618 774 16 619-636 774 17 655-675 775 1 Revised, updated code, April 1992 775 2 Appalachian Regional Development Acts (ARDA) iv Scope and Contents note These materials provide a history of the ARDA, the legislation that created the ARC. Included are transcripts from congressional hearings, congressional committee reports and bills, and correspondence. ARDA of 1964 A Report by the President's Appalachian Regional Commission 1964 6 1 Legislative History, Reports Vol. 1 6 2 Legislative History, Reports Vol. 2 6 3 A Bill Introduced by Mr. Buckley, H.R. 11065. April 29, 1964 6 4 Section-By-Section Analysis of H.R. 11065 and H.R. 11066. April 29, 1964 6 5 Hearings Before the Ad Hoc Subcommittee on Appalachian Regional Development of the Committee on Public Works, H.R. 11065 & 11066. May 5-June 11, 1964 6 6 Hearings Before the Committee on Public Works, United States Senate, S. 2782. June 22, 1964 7 1 Report by Mr. Davis of Tennessee, from the Committee on Public Works (to accompany H.R. 11946) July 31, 1964 7 2 Report by Mr. Randolph of West Virginia, from the Committee on Public Works. August 13, 1964 7 3 A Report by Mr. Mahon, from the Committee on Appropriations (to accompany H.R. 12633). September 29, 1964 7 4 Congressional Record for September 30, 1964 7 5 Report by Pastore, from the Committee on Appropriations (to accompany H.R. 12633). September 29, 1964 7 6 Congressional Record for September 30, 1964 7 7 Congressional Record for October 1, 1964 7 8 Congressional Record for October 2, 1964 7 9 A Report by Mr. Mahon, from the Committee of Conference (to accompany H.R. 12633). October 2, 1963 7 10 Congressional Record for October 3, 1964 7 11 Public Law 88-635, 88th Congress, H.R. 12633. October 7, 1964 7 12 Legislative History, Bills Vol. 1 7 13 Legislative History, Reports Vol. 2 7 14 ARDA of 1965 A Bill Introduced by Mr. Randolph, S.3. January 6, 1965 7 15 Section-By-Section Analysis of H.R. 4. January 11, 1965 7 16 Hearings Before the Committee on Public Works, United States Senate, 89th Congress-1st Session, on S. 3. January 19,21, 1965 8 1 A Report by Mr. Randolph, from the Committee on Public Works (to accompany S.3). January 27, 1965 8 2 An Act to Provide Public Works and Economic Development...., S.3. February 2, 1965 8 3 Hearings before the Ad Hoc Subcommittee on the Committee on Public Works, House of Representatives, 89th Congress, on H.R. 4 & S. 3. February 3-5, 1965 8 4 A Report by Mr. Fallon, from the Committee on Public Works (to accompany S. 3). February 17, 1965 8 5 Public Law 89-4, 89th Congress, S. 3. March 9, 1965 8 6 Highlights of Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1965, Committee on Public Works, House of Representatives. March 10, 1965 8 7 Communication from the President of the United States, Transmitting a Report Indicating the Necessity for Supplemental Estimates of Appropriations for Various Agencies for the Fiscal Year 1965 to Finance the ARDA of 1965. March 15, 1965 8 8 Hearings before Subcommittees of the Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, 89th Congress (Second Supplemental Appropriation Bill). March 18, 1965 8 9 A Report by Mr. Mahon, from the Committee on Appropriations (to accompany H.R. 7091). April 2, 1965 8 10 Congressional Record for April 6, 1965 8 11 Second Supplemental Appropriation Bill Hearings Before the Committee on Appropriations, United States Senate, 89th Congress, H.R. 7091. April 7, 1965 8 12 Compilation of Documents on Public Works and Economic Development, Prepared by the Committee on Public Works, United States Senate. April 14, 1965 8 13 A Report by Mr. Pastore, from the Committee on Appropriations (to accompany H.R. 7091). April 23, 1965 9 1 Congressional Record for April 27, 1965 9 2 Conference Report by Mr. Mahon, from the Committee of Appropriations (to accompany H.R. 7091 Supplemental Appropriation Bill, 1965). April 28, 1965 9 3 Congressional Record for April 28, 1965 9 4 Public Law 89-16, 89th Congress, H.R. 7091 April 30, 1965 9 5 Qualified Areas Under the Public Works and Economic Development Act of 1965, Public Law 89-136. November 1965 775 3 Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1965 9 6 Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1965, as Amended 9 7 Counties Covered by the Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1965 9 8 ARDA of 1966 Status and Progress of Economic Development Programs: Hearings Before the Special Subcommittee on Economic Development Programs of the Committee on Public Works, House of Representatives, 89th Congress. August 11,12,23, 1966 9 9 ARDA of 1967 Hearings Before the Special Subcommittee on Economic Development of the Committee on Public Works, United States Senate, 90th Congress, S. 602. January 24-February 3, 1967 9 10 Senate Interior Appropriations Hearings. February 23, 1967 9 12 Excerpt from the House Interior Appropriations Hearings. February 9, 1967 9 11 Status and Progress of Economic Development Programs Under the Jurisdiction of the Committee on Public Works, First Interim Report of the Special Subcommittee on Economic Development Programs of the Committee on Public Works, House of Representatives. March 8, 1967 9 13 Excerpts from the House Hearings. March 16, 1967 9 14 Excerpts from House Hearings, Commerce Appropriations Bill. April 6, 1967 9 15 Revising and Extending the Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1965. April 6, 1967 9 16 Excerpts from Senate Hearings. April 11, 1967 9 17 From House Hearings: Monday, April 17, 1967, Witnesses-Co-Chairman, Comptroller, and Special Assistant of the ARC 9 18 House Hearings on Public Works Appropriations. April 18, 1967 9 19 Excerpts from Senate Public Works Appropriation Hearings from Prepared Statement of FWPCA Commissioner Quigley. April 19, 1967 9 20 House Report 206. April 21, 1967 9 21 Hearings Before the Ad Hoc Subcommittee on Appalachia of the Committee on Public Works, House of Representatives, 90th Congress, H.R. 4446. May 9-11 and July 12, 1967 10 1 Excerpt from Senate Report 233. May 16, 1967 10 2 Excerpt from House Report 318. May 25, 1967 10 3 Excerpt from Conference Report on Interior Appropriations Bill. June 7, 1967 10 4 Report by Mr. Mahon from the Committee on Appropriations (to accompany H.J. Resolution 652) June 21, 1967 10 5 Excerpt from Public Law 90-28. June 24, 1967 10 6 Public Law 90-38, 90th Congress, H.J. Resolution 652. June 30, 1967 10 7 Excerpts from House Report 505. July 20, 1967 10 8 Excerpts from Senate Hearings. July 31, 1967 10 9 Appalachian Regional Development Act Amendments of 1967, and Amendments to the Public Works and Economic Development Act of 1965, S. 602. August 8, 1967 10 10 Summary of Differences Between S. 602 as Passed by the Senate and by the House of Representatives. September 18, 1967 10 11 Hearings Before a Special Subcommittee on Economic Development of the Committee on Public Works, United States Senate, 90th Congress. September 25-27, 1967 10 12 Conference Report by Mr. Fallon, from the Committee of Conference (to accompany S. 602). September 26, 1967 10 13 Excerpt from Senate Report 571. September 26, 1967 10 14 Public Law 90-103, 90th Congress, S. 602. October 11, 1967 10 15 Report by Mr. Mahon, from the Committee on Appropriations (to accompany H.J. Resolution 888). October 16, 1967 10 16 Excerpt from Conference Report. October 24, 1967 10 17 Economic Development Acts. October, 1967 10 18 From Senate Supplemental Appropriation Hearings. December 12, 1967 10 19 Remarks During Discussion of Supplemental Appropriation Bill for FY 1968. December 12, 1967 10 20 Excerpts from Senate Report 938 on Supplemental Appropriations Bill '68. December 13, 1967 10 21 Congressional Record-Senate. December 14, 1967 10 22 Section-by-Section Analysis of the Amendments. 1967 10 23 ARDA of 1968 Public Law 90-239, 90th Congress, H.R. 14397. January 2, 1968 10 24 Excerpt from Conference Report Supplemental Appropriations Bill. 1968 10 25 Excerpt from House Report 1037, Supplemental Appropriations Bill. 1968 10 26 ARDA of 1969 Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Economic Development of the Committee on Public Works, United States Senate, 91st Congress, S. 1072 and S. 1090. March 5-7, 1969 11 1 Hearings Before the Committee on Public Works, House of Representatives, 91st Congress, H.R. 4018 and Related Bills. March 25- 27, April 15-23, 1969 11 2 Hearings Before a Special Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, 91st Congress. [April 24, 1969] 11 3 Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Public Works, United States Senate, 91st Congress, S. 1072 and S. 1090. April, May 1969 11 4 A Report Together With Supplemental Views of the Committee on Public Works, House of Representatives (to accompany H.R. 4018). June 30, 1969 11 5 Report of the Committee on Public Works, United States Senate (to accompany S. 1072). July 3, 1969 11 6 Independent Offices and Department of Housing and Development and Urban Development Appropriations, H.R. 12307, Senate Hearings Before the Committee on Appropriations. [July 15, 1969] 11 7 Public Law 91-123, 91st Congress, S. 1072. November 25, 1969 11 8 ARDA of 1970 Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, 91st Congress. [March 3, 1970] 12 1 The Impact of Appalachian Development Highways. April 1970 12 2 Economic Development Programs Under Jurisdiction of the Committee on Public Works, House of Representatives. June 1970 12 3 ARDA of 1971 Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Economic Development of the Committee on Public Works, United States Senate, 92nd Congress, S. 575. February 8-10, 1971 12 4 Report of the Committee on Public Works, United States Senate Together With Individual Views (to accompany S. 575). March 9, 1971 12 5 Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Flood Control and Internal Development of the Committee on Public Works, House of Representatives, 92nd Congress, H.R. 5376 and Related Bills. March 15-17, 1971 12 6 Hearings Before the Special Subcommittee on Economic Development Programs of the Committee on Public Works, House of Representatives, 92nd Congress, H.R. 5376 and Related Bills March 15-19, 1971 12 7 Report of the Committee on Public Works, House of Representatives With Minority and Supplemental Views, 92nd Congress, H.R. 5376. March 29, 1971 12 8 Public Works for Water and Power Development and Atomic Energy Commissions Appropriations, 92nd Congress, Senate Hearings Before the Committee on Appropriations. [April 26, 1971] 12 9 Conference Report by Mr. Randolph, from the Committee of Conference (to accompany S. 2317). June 1, 1971 12 10 A Report by Mr. Randolph, from the Committee on Public Works (to accompany S. 2371). July 20, 1971 12 11 A Bill To Amend... H.R. 9922. July 21, 1971 12 12 A Report by Mr. Blatnik, from the Committee on Public Works (to accompany H.R. 9922). July 21, 1971 12 13 A Report by Mr. Evans, from the Committee on Appropriations (to accompany H.R. 10090). July 26, 1971 12 14 Public Law 92-65, 92nd Congress, S. 2317. August 5, 1971 12 15 Economic Development Programs Under Jurisdiction of the Committee on Public Works, House of Representatives. December 1971 12 16 ARDA of 1972 Department of State, Justice, and Commerce, the Judiciary and Related Agencies, Appropriations, Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations. [March 21, 1972] 12 17 ARDA of 1973 Public Works for Water and Power Development and Atomic Energy Commission Appropriations Senate Hearings Before the Committee on Appropriations. [May 1, 1973] 13 1 A National Public Works Investment Policy: A Strategy for Balanced Population Growth and Economic Development. November 1, December 10,13, 1973 13 2 ARDA of 1974 Public Works for Water and Power Development and Atomic Energy Commission Appropriation Bill, Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations. April 8, 1974 13 3 Agriculture, Rural Development, and the Use of Land, A Series of Papers Compiled by the Subcommittee of the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry. April 16, 1974 13 4 Draft Memorandum to State Representatives (ARC) from E.S. Preston Associates, Inc. on the Subject of Development Impact of the ARC Highway Program. September 10, 1974 13 5 Economic Development Programs Under Jurisdiction of the Committee on Public Works. December 1974 13 6 Public Works for Water and Power Development and Atomic Energy Commission Appropriation, H.R.15155 Senate Hearings Before the Committee on Appropriations. 1974 13 7 ARDA of 1975 Public Law 93-643, 93rd Congress. January 4, 1975 13 8 Correspondence to R. Robertson from R. McCloskey Subject Being the Draft of Appalachian Regional Development Act Amendments of 1975. January 6, 1975 13 9 H.R. 2824, Mr. McDade Introduced the Bill Which Was Referred to the Committee on Public Works and Transportation. February 5, 1975 13 10 Correspondence to Hon. Donald W. Whitehead on the Subject of the Appalachian Development Amendments of 1975. February 13, 1975 13 11 H.R. 4073, A Bill to Extend the Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1965 for and Additional Two-Fiscal-Year Period. March 3, 1975 13 12 Extension of the Appalachian Regional Development Act: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Economic Development. March 10-12, June 3, 1975 13 13 Statement of Donald Whitehead Before the Senate Public Works Committee on Economic Development, on Proposals to Extend the Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1965. March 10, 18, 1975 13 14 Testimony by Ralph Widner Before the Subcommittee on Economic Development of the Committee on Public Works. March 11, 1975 13 15 Memorandum to Robert M. Paul from Anne L. Howard, Concerning Suggested Questions for Appalachian Regional Development Hearings. March 17, 1975 13 16 To Extend and Amend the Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1965, Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Economic Development. March 18, 20, 1975 14 1 Public Works for Water and Power Development and Energy Research Appropriation Bill, 1976, Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations. March 20, 1975 14 2 Public Works for Water and Power Development and Energy Research Appropriations, Senate Hearings. March, April 1975 14 3 Extension of the Appalachian Regional Development Act, Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Economic Development. March, April 1975 14 4 Correspondence to Hon. George C. Wallace on the ARDA and Highway Development. April 2, 1975 14 5 Memorandum to John D. Whisman from Robert McCloskey on the Comparison of Commission Recommended and Unofficial OMB Bills for Amending the ARDA. April 4, 1975 14 6 Correspondence to Hon. Milton J. Shapp on the Administration's Proposal for the Appalachian Highway Program. April 14, 1975 14 7 Press Message on Donald Whitehead's Speech to Congress. April 17,1975 14 8 Correspondence to Donald W. Whitehead Concerning the Appalachian Highway Program. April 30, 1975 14 9 Memorandum to Legislation from Donald Whitehead on the ARDA of 1975. April 30, 1975 14 10 Correspondence to Donald Whitehead Concerning Title 23, Federal-Aid Highway Funds. May 7, 1975 14 11 Correspondence to Jennings Randolph Concerning ARDA and Housing. May 8, 1975 14 12 Appalachian Regional Development Act Amendments of 1975. May 12, 1975 14 13 H.R. 4073, A Bill: To Extend the Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1965 for an Additional Two Fiscal-Year Period. May 12, 1975 14 14 Correspondence to Donald Whitehead Concerning Title 23 Highway Trust Funds and Appalachian Highway Funds. May 14, 1975 14 15 A Copy to the Congressional Record - - House Stressing the ARDA Amendments of 1975. May 19, 1975 14 16 Correspondence to Donald Whitehead Concerning Extension of the Highway Program for Two Additional Years. May 19, 1975 14 17 Correspondence to Donald Whitehead Concerning the Appalachian Highway Program. May 30, 1975 14 18 Statement by Harry Teter, Jr. Before the Public Works Subcommittee on Economic Development on Proposals to Extend the Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1965. May 3, 1975 15 1 Commission Meeting Minutes (beginning on Page 5). June 4-5, 1975 15 2 Commission Meeting Minutes. June 10, 1975 15 3 Report of the Committee on Public Works. June 14, 1975 15 4 Correspondence to Donald Whitehead on Proposed Extension of ARDA. June 16, 1975 15 5 Congressional Record of June 17, 1975 15 6 Commission Meeting Minutes. June 18, 1975 15 7 Report of the Committee on Public Works on S.1513. July 14, 1975. 15 8 Summary of New ARC Program Provisions in S. 1513, The Regional Development Act of 1975. August 25, 1975 15 9 Correspondence to Dick Robertson and All Other Members of the Senate and House Public Works Committees. August 27, 1975 15 10 Evolution of Role of Federal Government in Housing and Community Development, A Chronology of Legislative and Selected Executive Actions, 1892-1974. October 1975 15 11 Legislative Memorandum to Appalachian Governors, etc. on the Conference Committee Resolutions. November 19, 1975 15 12 Conference Report by Mr. Randolph, From the Committee of Conference (to accompany H.R. 4073). December 12, 1975 15 13 Conference Report by Mr. Jones of Alabama, From the Committee of Conference (to accompany H.R. 4073). December 15, 1975 15 14 Public Law 94-180, 94th Congress, H.R. 8122. December 26, 1975 15 15 Public Law 94-188, 94th Congress, H.R. 4073. December 31, 1975 15 16 Chapter IV: The Impacts of the Appalachian Highway Program. 1975 15 17 Highlights of the Proposed Appalachian Regional Development Act Amendments of 1975 15 18 Senate Hearings: Before the Committee on Appropriations, Public Works for Water and Power Development, and Atomic Energy Commission Appropriations, H.R. 15155, 93rd Congress, 2nd Session. 1975 15 19 Statement of the Hon. Julian Carroll, Governor, Commonwealth of Kentucky, States Co-Chairman, Appalachian Regional Commission, Accompanied by Dr. Haywood, State Representative for Kentucky. 1975 15 20 ARDA of 1976 Press Message on the Appalachian Highway Fund. January 21, 1976 15 21 Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations: House of Representatives, Public Works for Water and Power Development and Energy Research Appropriation Bill, 1977. March 3, 1976 15 22 Senate Hearings Before the Committee on Appropriations: Public Works for Water and Power Development and Energy Research Appropriations, 94th Congress. March 3,9,11, 1976 15 23 Conference Report by Mr. Bentsen, From the Committee of Conference (to accompany H.R. 8235), Federal Aid Highway Act April 8, 1976 15 24 Proposed 90-10 Percent Funding Formula for the Appalachian Highway Program. April, 1976 15 25 Public Law 94-280, 94th Congress, H.R. 8235. May 5, 1976 15 26 Agenda Item 2, Endorsement of H.R. 13646, 90% Federal Funding on Appalachian Development Highway System Under Certain Circumstances. August 9-10, 1976 15 27 Report by Mr. Jones of Alabama on Amending the Federal Aid Highway Act, From the Committee on Public Works and Transportation, H.R. 15116. August 23, 1976 15 28 ARDA of 1977 Congressional Record Article from Vol. 123, No. 3, Miller Offers ARC Highway Funding Formula Change". January 10, 1977 16 1 H.R. 3746, In the House of Representatives Mr. Harsha Introduced a Bill to Amend Section 201 of the Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1965. February 22, 1977 16 2 Public Works for Water and Power Development and Energy Research Appropriation Bill, 1978, Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives. February, 1977 16 3 H.R. 13646, In the House of Representatives Mr. Miller of Ohio Introduced the Following Bill to Amend Section 201 of the Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1965. May 7, 1976 16 4 Testimony of Rep. Clarence E. Miller Before the Subcommittee on Surface Transportation, Statement of Donald Whitehead. June 28, 1977 16 5 Correspondence from ARC to Richard Smith. July 27, 1977 16 6 H.R. 8648, In the House of Representatives, Mr. Howard Introduced a Bill to Authorize Appropriations for the Construction of Certain Highways in Accordance with Title 23 of the United States Code. July 29, 1977 16 7 Memorandum from Brin Lewis to Governor Robert W. Scott, Leonard Schwartz and Harry Teter, Concerning H.R. 8648. August 10, 1977 16 8 Report of the Secretary of Transportation to the United States Congress: The Status of the Nation's Highways, Conditions and Performance. September 1977 16 9 Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Economic Development of the Committee on Public Works and Transportation, House of Representatives, Appalachian Child Development. October 21, 1977 16 10 Hearing Before the Committee on Environment and Public Works, United States Senate, The White House Conference on Balanced National Growth and Economic Development. October 21, 1977 17 1 Proposal for Designation of The Mid-South Development Region and Formation of the Mid-South Regional Commission [c. 1977] 775 4 ARDA of 1978 Miscellaneous Correspondence to and from Representatives of the ARC. January 10, February 2, 6, 14, 17, 1978 17 2 Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, Public Works for Water and Power Development and Energy Research Appropriation Bill, 1979. February 1978 17 3 Hearings Before the Committee on Appropriations, Public Works for Water and Power Development and Energy Research Appropriations, H.R. 12928. February 1978 17 4 Revised Draft of ARC Proposed Bill to Extend the ARDA of 1965. March 27, 1978 17 5 Section by Section Summary of the Proposed 1978 Amendments to ARDA. March 29, 1978 17 6 Summary of Principal Provisions of Preliminary Draft Bill, Balanced Growth and Regional Development Act of 1978". March 29, 1978 17 7 Public Works for Water and Power Development and Energy Research Appropriation Bill, 1979 Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, April 1978 17 8 S. 3626, In the Senate of the United States, Mr. Randolph introduced the Following Bill to Extend the Appalachian Regional Development Act and to Provide for a Nationwide System of MultiState Regional Development Commissions to Promote Balanced Development of the Nation. October 15, 1978 17 9 Copy of Speech by Rep. Clarence Miller on H.R. 11733, the Surface Transportation Assistance Act of 1978 17 10 ARDA of 1979 H.R. 2063, In the House of Representatives Mr. Roe Introduced a Bill to Amend the Public Works and Economic Development Act of 1965 to Extend the Authorizations for Three Additional Years. February 8, 1979 17 11 Statement of Robert W. Scott, Federal Co-Chairman ARC, Before U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works. February 21, 1979 17 12 Extension of the Appalachian Regional Commission and the Title V Regional Commissions, Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Regional and Community Development of the Committee on Environment and Public Works, S. 834. February 21, April 3-5, 1979 17 13 Section-by-Section Summary: Proposed 1979 Amendments to the ARDA. February 23, 1979 17 14 Senate Hearings Before the Committee on Appropriations, Energy and Water Development Appropriations, H.R. 4388. February 28, March 13, 1979 17 15 Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, Energy and Water Development Appropriations for 1980, Part 4. February 1979 17 16 Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, Energy and Water Development Appropriations for 1980, Part 13. February, 1979 17 17 An Act to Extend the ARDA of 1965, Sec. 101, ARDA Amendments of 1979. March 8, 1979 17 18 Memorandum to Mr. Lorenzo Casanova on the Appalachian Development Highways From Assistant Chief Counsel, General Law Division. March 14, 1979 17 19 Section-by-Section Summary: Proposed 1979 Amendments to the ARDA. March 21, 1979 18 1 Correspondence to Speaker of the House, Hon. Thomas P. O'Neal, Jr. from Robert W. Scott, Federal Co-Chairman of the ARC. March 22, 1979 18 2 Proposals to Extend Economic Development Legislation, Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Economic Development. March-April 1979 (beginning with March 22, 1979) 18 3 A Copy of the Congressional Record of the Senate. March 29, 1979 18 4 S. 834, A Bill to Extend the ARDA of 1965, Introduced by Mr. Randolph in the Senate of the United States. March 29, 1979 18 5 S. 835, In the Senate of the United States, Mr. Randolph Introduced a Bill to Extend the ARDA and Title V of the Public Works Act of 1965, Draft. March 29, 1979 18 6 S. 835, A Bill to Extend the ARDA and Title V of the Public Works and Economic Development Act of 1965 and to Provide for a Nationwide System of Multistate Regional Development Commissions to Promote Balanced Development in the Regions of the Nation by Mr. Randolph. March 29, 1979 18 7 Economic Development Programs Under the Jurisdiction of the Committee on Public Works and Transportation. March 1979 18 8 Statement of Robert W. Scott, Federal Co-Chairman of the ARC, Before Subcommittee on Regional and Committee Development, Senate Committee on Environmental and Public Works. April 4, 1979 18 9 Testimony of David Burwell of the National Wildlife Federation on S. 834 and S. 835, The ARDA Amendment of 1979. April 4, 1979 18 10 Correspondence to Quentin Burdick Regarding Questions About the ARC. May 14, 1979 18 11 A Report Together with Additional, Supplemental, and Dissenting Views by Mr. Johnson of California, From the Committee on Public Works and Transportation: National Economic Development Development and Public Works Act of 1979. May 15, 1979 18 12 A Report Together with Minority and Additional Views, Regional Development Act of 1979 (to accompany S. 835). May 15, 1979 18 13 Press Message: Senate, House Committees Complete Markups on ARC Bills. May 17, 1979 18 14 Correspondence to Ms. Linda Fuselier, Director Congressional Liaison ARC on Questions Relating to the Appalachian Highway Program Posed by Senator Burdick from W.C. Hennessy. May 21, 1979 18 15 Correspondence to Linda Fuselier and Bill Corcoran Concerning a Conversation with Judy Parrente on Highways. July 26, 1979 18 16 Congressional Record for the Senate, S. 10877, Regional Development Act of 1979. July 31, 1979 18 17 Correspondence to Susan Martell from the National Wildlife Federation on the Appalachian Trail. August 21, 1979 18 18 Evaluation of Economic Development Programs, Hearings before the Special Subcommittee Economic Development Programs. October 1, 7, 1979 18 19 S. 835 & H.R. 2063, Bills as They Have Been Reported from Committee. 1979 18 20 ARDA of 1980 Energy and Water Development Appropriations for 1981, Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations. March 19, 1980 19 1 Memorandum to Al Smith from Linda Fuselier on the House-Senate Conference on Reauthorization Bill. July 31, 1980 19 2 Correspondence to Daniel S. Green and John D. Rockefeller IV. February 12, 1981. 19 3 ARDA of 1981 Energy and Water Development Appropriations for 1982. Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, Part 3. February 23, 1981 19 4 Overview and Assessment of Economic and Regional Development Programs under the Jurisdiction of the Subcommittee on Economic Development, Hearings before the Subcommittee on Economic Development. March 11-13, 1981 19 5 Hearing Report on Economic and Regional Development Programs under the Jurisdiction of the Subcommittee on Economic Development. March 1981 19 6 ARDA of 1982 Extension of the Appalachian Regional Development Act, Hearing before the Subcommittee on Regional and Community Development. March 29, 1982 19 7 Appalachian Regional Development Act Amendments 1982, Report by Mr. Stafford. May 28, 1982 19 8 ARDA of 1983 Energy and Water Development Appropriations for 1984. Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, Part 3. March 22, 1983. 19 9 ARDA of 1984 Energy and Water Development Appropriations for 1985. Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, Part 3. February 27, 1984. 19 11 Appalachian Transition Assistance Act of 1984, Report by Mr. Stafford. September 29, 1984 19 10 ARDA of 1985 First Concurrent Resolution on the Budget FY 1986, Report of the Committee on the Budget United States Senate. February 18, 1985 775 5 Correspondence between Winifred Pizzano, Federal Co-Chairman & Robert T. Stafford, Chairman of Committee on Environment & Public Works, Relating to Annual Spending Levels for the Committee Program. February 25, 1985 775 6 Energy & Water Development Appropriations for 1986, Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations. March 6, 1985 775 7 To Amend the Public Works & Economic Development Act of 1965 & the ARDA of 1965, Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Economic Development of the Committee on Public Works & Transportation. March 20, 21 & 26, 1985 775 8 Terminate Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) & Economic Development Administration (EDA), Senate/Administration Deficit Reduction Plan. April 15, 1985 775 9 S. 1024, A Bill to Abolish the ARC, to Repeal the ARDA of 1965, and for Other Purposes, by Mr. Humphrey. April 26, 1985 19 9 Senator Budget 1986, Economic Development Amendment. May 9, 1985 775 10 Energy & Water Development Appropriation Bill, 1986, House of Representatives, a Report by Mr. Bevill, from the Committee on Appropriations (to accompany H.R. 2959). July 10, 1985 775 11 Amendments Adopted to Energy & Water Development Bill, 1986. July 10, 1985 775 12 Energy & Water Development Appropriation Bill, 1986, Senate, a Report by Mr. Hatfield (to accompany H.R. 2959). July 25, 1985 775 13 H.R. 2959, In the House of Representatives, An Act: Making Appropriations for Energy & Water Development for the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1986 & other purposes. August 1, 1985 775 14 Conference Report by Mr. Bevill, From the Committee of Conference (to accompany H.R. 2959), Making Appropriations for Energy & Water Development for the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1986 & for Other Purposes. October 9, 1985 775 15 Congressional Record: Conference Report on H.R. 2959. October 9, 1985 775 16 Conference Report on H.R. 2959, Energy & Water Development Appropriations, Fiscal Year 1986. October 17, 1985 775 17 Press Message: "When They Rolled Out This Barrel, It Had a Smell of Park" by Marsha Blakemore, Richmond Times Dispatch. October 27, 1985 775 18 Public Law 99-141, Energy & Water Development Appropriations. November 1, 1985 775 19 Appalachian Regional Development Repeal Act of 1985, A bill to Abolish the ARC, to Repeal the ARDA of 1965, & for Other Purposes. [1985] 775 20 ARDA of 1986 Correspondence between Winifred Pizzano, Federal Co-Chairman & Robert T. Stafford, Chairman of Committee on Environment & Public Works Relating to Annual Spending Levels for the Committee Program. January 28, 1986 776 1 Prepared Statement of Governor Martha Layne 'Collins of Kentucky States' Co-Chairman ARC to House Appropriations Subcommittee on Energy & Water Development. February 27, 1986 776 2 Energy & Water Development Appropriations for 1987, Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations. February 27, 1986 776 3 Energy & Water Development Appropriation Bill, 1987, a Report by Mr. Bevill, From the Committee on Appropriations (to accompany H.R. 5162). June 19 & July 15, 1986 776 4 H.R. 5162, In the House of Representatives, Mr. Bevill Reported a Bill for Making Appropriations for Energy & Water Development for the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1987 & for Other Purposes. June 1986 776 5 Congressional Record-Amendment Offered by Mr. Armey. July 23, 1986 776 6 H.J. RES. 738, In the House of Representatives, Mr. Whitten Introduced the Joint Resolution for Making Continuing Appropriations for the Fiscal Year 1987, & for other Purposes. September 24, 1986 776 7 Conference Report (to accompany H.J. RES. 738), Making Continuing Appropriations for Fiscal Year 1987. October 15, 1986 776 8 Congressional Record: Fiscal ' Year 1986 Supplemental Appropriations. October 15, 1986 776 9 Congressional Record, Vol. 132, No. 144. October 17, 1986 776 10 ARC 1987 Budget Issues. [c. 1986] 776 11 ARDA of 1987 Budget of the United States Government for Fiscal Year 1988. January 5, 1987 776 12 H.R. 10, In the House of Representatives Mr. Oberstar Introduced a Bill to Amend the Public Works & Economic Development Act of 1965 & the Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1965. January 6, 1987 776 13 Correspondence between Winifred Pizzano, Federal Co-Chairman & Robert T. Stafford, Chairman of Committee on Environment & Public Works relating to Annual Spending Levels for the Committee Program. January 28, 1987 776 14 Testimony of Winifred A. Pizzano, Federal Co-Chairman Before the House Subcommittee on Energy & Water Development Appropriations. March 17, 1987 776 15 Statement of the Hon. Gus Savage, Chairman Subcommittee on Economic Development Committee on Public Works & Transportation Before the Subcommittee on Energy & Water Development Committee on Appropriations. April 1, 1987 776 16 Testimony of Hon. Alan B. Mollohan of West Virginia Before the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Energy & Water Development. April 2, 1987 776 17 Congressional Record: By Mr. Rockefeller, ARDA Amendments. May 21, 1987 776 18 Congressional Record: Extensions of Remarks, Amendments to the Public Works & Economic Development Act of 1965 & to the ARDA of 1965. June 15, 1987 776 19 H.R. 2700, In the Senate of the United States, An Act: Making Appropriations for Energy & Water Development for the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1988 & for Other Purposes. June 26, 1987 776 20 Energy & Water Development Appropriation Bill, 1988, a Report by Mr. Bevill, From the Committee on Appropriations. (June, 1987) 776 21 Public Works & Economic Development Act & Appalachian Regional Development Act Amendments of 1987, a Report by Mr. Howard, From the Committee on Public Works & Transportation. July 27, 1987 776 22 H.R. 2686, In the House of Representatives, Mr. Savage Introduced the Bill which was Referred Jointly to the Committee on Public Works & Transportation & Banking, Finance & Urban Affairs. July 30, 1987 776 23 Public Works & Economic Development Act Amendments of 1987, a Report by Mr. St Germain, From the Committee on Banking, Finance & Urban Affairs. July 30, 1987 776 24 Energy & Water Development Appropriation Bill, 1986, a Report by Mr. Johnston, From the Committee on Appropriations (to accompany H.R. 2700). September 16, 1987 776 25 The Appalachian Regional Commission Development Program, Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Economic Development of the Committee on Public Works & Transportation. December 5, 1987 776 26 Congressional Record: ARC - Expenses Necessary to Carry Out the Programs Authorized by the ARDA of 1965. December 21, 1987 776 27 Committee on Appropriations U.S. House of Representatives, Energy & Water Development Appropriations Act, 1988. December 22, 1987 776 28 ARDA of 1988 Correspondence between Winifred Pizzano, Federal Co-Chairman & Quentin N. Burdick, Chairman of Committee on Environment & Public Works Relating to Annual Spending Levels for the Committee Program. February 12, 1988 777 1 Budget of' the United States Government for Fiscal Year 1989. February 18, 1988 777 2 Committee Hearings of the U.S. House of Representatives. March 31, 1988 777 3 Testimony of Hallice Upchurch, County Judge, Vice Chairman of the Lake Cumberland Area Development District Board of Directors, Before the Energy & Water Dev't Subcommittee of the Committee of Appropriation. April 11, 1988 777 4 Energy & Water Development Appropriations Bill, 1989, a Report by Mr. Bevill, From the Committee on Appropriations (to accompany H.R. 4567). May 11, 1988 777 5 H.R. 4567, In the House of Representatives, Mr. Bevill Reported a Bill for Making Appropriations for Energy & Water Development for the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1989, & for Other Purposes. May 11, 1988 777 6 H.R. 4567, In the Senate of the United States, An Act: Making Appropriations for Energy & Water Development for the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1989, & for Other Purposes. June 9, 1988 777 7 Energy & Water Development Appropriation Bill, 1989, a Report by Mr. Johnston, From the committee on Appropriations (to accompany H.R. 4567) . June 9, 1988 777 8 Conference Report by Mr. Bevill, From the Committee of Conference (to accompany H.R. 4567), Making Appropriations for Energy & Water Development for the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1989 & for other Purposes. June 22, 1988 777 9 Public Law 100-371, An Act: Making Appropriations for Energy & Water Development for the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1989 & for Other Purposes. July 19, 1988 777 10 ARDA of 1989 Correspondence between Winifred Pizzano, Federal Co-Chairman & Quentin N. Burdick, Chairman of Committee on Environment & Public Works Relating to Annual Spending Levels for the Committee Program. February 27, 1989 777 11 S. 454, In the Senate of the United States, Mr. Rockefeller Introduced a Bill to Provide Additional Funding for the Appalachian Development Highway System. February 28, 1989 777 12 S. 455, In the Senate of the United States, Mr. Rockefeller Introduced a Bill to Extend the ARDA of 1965 & to Provide Authorizations for Appalachian Highway & Appalachian Area Development Programs. February 28, 1989 777 13 Prepared Statement of Governor H. Guy Hunt of Alabama States' Co-Chairman ARC to House Appropriations Subcommittee on Energy & Water Development. March 20, 1989 777 14 ARC House Hearing 1990 Appropriation. March 20, 1989 777 15 Questions Related to Business Development & Economic Condition of the Appalachian Region. March 20, 1989 777 16 Statement of Congressman James McClure Clarke of North Carolina Before the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Energy & Water Development. April 4, 1989 777 17 Statement of Nick J. Rahall, II, Member of Congress Appropriations Subcommittee on Energy & Water Development. April 4, 1989 777 18 Statement of the Honor able Gus Savage Chairman, Subcommittee on Economic Development Committee on Public Works & Transportation Before the Subcommittee on Energy & Water Development Committee on Appropriations. April 11, 1989 777 19 Testimony of Hon. Alan B. Mollohan of West Virginia, Subcommittee on Energy & Water Development. April 12, 1989 777 20 Energy & Water Development Appropriations Bill, 1990, a Report by Mr. Bevill, From the Committee on Appropriations (to accompany H.R. 2696). June 21, 1989 777 21 Energy & Water Development Appropriations Bill, 1990, a Report by Mr. Johnston, From the Committee on Appropriations (to accompany H.R. 2696). June 25, 1989 777 22 H.R. 2696, In the House of Representatives, An Act: Making Appropriations for Energy & Water Development for the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1990 & for Other Purposes. July 27, 1989 777 23 H.R. 2696, In the House of Representatives, Mr. Bevill Reported a Bill for Making Appropriations for Energy & Water Development for the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1990 & for Other Purposes. June 28, 1989 777 24 Conference Report by Mr. Bevill, From the Committee of Conference (to accompany H.R. 2696), Making Appropriations for Energy & Water Development for the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1990 & for other Purposes. September 7, 1989 777 25 Congressional Record: Joint Explanatory Statement of the Committee of Conference. September 7, 1989 777 26 Public Works & Economic Development Act Amendments of 1989, a Report by Mr. Anderson, From the Committee on Public Works & Transportation. December 1, 1989 777 27 Budget of the United States Government for the, Fiscal Year 1990. [c. 1989] 777 28 Major Policy Initiatives for the Fiscal Year 1990. [c. 1989] 777 29 ARDA of 1990 H.R. 2015, In the Senate of the United States, An Act: To Amend the Public Works & Economic Development Act of 1965 & the ARDA of 1965. April 19, 1990 777 30 Congressional Record: Statement on Introduced Bills & Joint Resolutions by Mr. Byrd. June 19, 1990 777 31 Statement of Jacqueline L. Phillips, Federal Co-Chairman, ARC Before the Senate Committee on Environment & Public Works, Subcommittee on Water Resources, Transportation & Infrastructure. September 13, 1990 777 32 Commission Meeting Materials v Scope and Contents note Included in these boxes are transcripts of meetings, minutes, and discussion papers. These materials document the official business of the Commission. Note that all meetings were held in Washington D.C. unless stated otherwise. Also, each item listed contains the meeting materials from that meeting unless stated otherwise. April-August 1965 20 1-2 November 30-December 1, 1965 20 3 Proceedings for ARC Conference [Meeting]: Table of Contents for 1966 20 4 January 13-14, 1966 20 5 March 8-9, 1966 20 6-7 April 12-13, 1966 21 1 April 27, 1966 21 2 June 14, 1966; Pocono, Pennsylvania 21 3 July 12-13, 1966 21 4 August 9-10, 1966 21 5 September 13-14, 1966 21 6 October 10-12, 1966; Asheville, North Carolina 21 7 November 29-30, 1966 21 8 Proceedings of ARC Conference [Meeting]: Table of Contents for 1967 22 1 January 10-11, 1967 22 2 February 14-15, 1967 22 3 March 14-15, 1967 22 4 April 11-12, 1967 22 5 May 9-10, 1967 22 6 June 12-13, 1967; Glouster, Ohio 22 7 August 2-3, 1967 22 8 September 11-12, 1967; Waynesville, North Carolina 22 9 October 10-11, 1967 23 1 November 28-29, 1967 23 2 January 9-10, 1968 23 3-4 February 20-21, 1968 23 5-6 March 19, 1968 24 1 April 24, 1968; Charleston, West Virginia 24 2 May 21, 1968 24 3 July 10, 1968 24 4 September 9-10, 1968 24 5 November 12-13, 1968 24 6 January 14, 1969 24 7 March 11, 1969 24 8 May 13-14, 1969 25 1 July 9, 1969 25 2-3 August 27, 1969 25 4 September 16-17, 1969 25 5 December 4-5, 1969 26 1-3 January 19, 1970 27 1-3 March 30-31, 1970 27 4-5 April 30-May 1, 1970 28 1-2 June 9, 1970 28 3 July 14, 1970; Louisville, Kentucky [Meeting with President Nixon] 28 4 August 18-19, 1970 28 5 September 22-23, 1970; Biloxi, Mississippi 29 1 October 20-21, 1970 29 2 December 1-2, 1970 29 3 January 26-27, 1971 30 1-2 March 9, 1971 30 3-4 April 20-21, 1971 31 1-2 May 19, 1971 31 3-4 July 12-13, 1971 31 5 July 20-21, 1971 32 1-2 September 21-22, 1971 33 1-4 October 19-20, 1971 34 1-2 November 10, 1971 34 3 November 11, 1971 34 4-5 February 15-16, 1972 35 1-3 March 14-15, 1972 35 4-5 April 26-27, 1972 36 1-2 May 17, 1972 36 3-4 June 20-21, 1972 37 1-3 July 18-19, 1972 37 4-5 September 18-20, 1972 38 1-3 October 17-18, 1972 39 1-4 November 27-28, 1972 [Meeting was scheduled but never held] 39 5 December 19-20, 1972 40 1-3 January 16-17, 1973 40 4-5 February 13-14, 1973 41 1-2 March 27, 1973 41 3-6 May 8-9, 1973 [on May 9 a special meeting of the coal states was held] 42 1-4 June 19, 1973 42 5-6 July 31-August 1, 1973 43 1-5 September 11-12, 1973; Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania 44 1-3 October 24-25, 1973; Asheville, North Carolina 44 4-7 December 4-5, 1973; Columbus, Ohio 45 1-4 January 22-23, 1974 46 1-4 February 26-27, 1974; Columbus, Ohio 47 1-4 April 17, 1974 47 5-6 May 16-18, 1974; Hilton Head, South Carolina 48 1-2 June 24-25, 1974 48 3-4 July 30-31, 1974 49 1-3 August 20-21, 1974 49 4-6 September 12-13, 1974 49 7 November 18-19, 1974 50 1-3 December 19, 1974 50 4-5 January 27-29, 1975 51 1-2 Febrary 17, 1975 51 3 March 12, 1975 51 4-5 April 22-23, 1975; Lexington, Kentucky 52 1-2 June 5, 1975 52 3-4 June 10, 1975; New Orleans, Louisiana 52 5 June 18, 1975 53 1-2 September 8, 1975 53 3-4 September 14, 1975; Orlando, Florida 53 5-6 December 2, 1975 54 1-2 February 24, 1976 54 3-4 May 18-19, 1976 54 5-6 June 8, 1976 54 7 June 22, 1976 55 1-2 July 5, 1976 [no transcript, meeting cancelled] 55 3 August 9-10, 1976 55 4-6 August 28, 1976; Williamsburg, Virginia 56 1-2 October 21, 1976 56 3 November 9-10, 1976 56 4-5 January 26, 1977 57 1 February 28-March 1, 1977 57 2-3 March 20, 1977; Annapolis, Maryland 57 4 March 21, 1977; Annapolis, Maryland 58 1-3 May 10, 1977; Atlanta, Georgia 58 4 June 28, 1977 58 5-6 August 2-3, 1977 59 1-3 October 11, 1977 59 4-5 November 15, 1977 60 1-3 November 28-29, 1977 60 4-5 December 8, 1977 61 1-4 January 24, 1978 61 5 March 28, 1978 61 6 April 19, 1978; Biloxi, Mississippi 62 1-2 May 16, 1978 62 3 July 24, 1978; Nashville, Tennessee 62 4-5 September 26, 1978 63 1-2 October 24, 1978 63 3 July 24, 1978; Acheville, North Carolina 63 4-5 January 30, 1979 63 6-7 March 22, 1979 64 1 April 5, 1979; Arlington, Virginia 64 2 June 1, 1979; Hot Springs, Virginia 64 3-4 August 20, 1979 64 5 September 10, 1979 65 1 October 9, 1979 65 2-3 October 24, 1979; Binghamton, New York 65 4 February 5, 1980 65 5-6 March 11, 1980 66 1 April 1, 1980 66 2-3 May 21, 1980 66 4-5 July 8-9, 1980 66 6 August 27, 1980 67 1-2 September 17, 1980; Williamsburg, Virginia 67 3 November 18, 1980 67 4 February 3, 1981 67 5 February 24, 1981 68 1-2 February 24, 1981; Washington, D.C. [Transcript of Appalachian Governors' Discussion of ARC and Resolution] 778 1 April 14, 1981 68 3 June 2, 1981 68 4 July 28, 1981 68 5 August 11, 1981; Atlantic City, New Jersey 68 6 October 6-7, 1981; Harpers Ferry, West Virginia [State Alternates] 918 1 November 9-10, 1981 68 7 December 17, 1981 69 1 February 4, 1982 69 2 February 23, 1982 69 3 May 4, 1982 69 4 July 7, 1982 69 5 July 28, 1982; Hilton Head, South Carolina 69 6 November 9, 1982 70 1 February 2, 1983 70 2-3 March 1, 1983 70 4-5 March 10, 1983 [Governor's Quorum] 70 6-7 June 30, 1983 70 8-9 August 1, 1983; Portland, Maine 71 1-2 October 11-12, 1983; Asheville, North Carolina 71 3-4 January 31, 1984 71 5-6 February 28, 1984 71 7 May 17, 1984 71 8-9 July 10, 1984; Williamsburg, Virginia 71 10-11 November 27, 1984 71 12-13 February 5, 1985 72 1-2 February 23, 1985 72 3 June 4, 1985 72 4-5 September 24, 1985 72 6 December 12, 1985 72 7 February 3, 1986 72 8-9 February 23-25, 1986 [National Governor's Association] 72 10 February 25, 1986 73 1 May 15, 1986 73 2 September 25, 1986; Charleston, West Virginia 73 3 February 3, 1987 73 4 February 22, 1987 73 5 May 12, 1987 73 6 September 16, 1987; Asheville, North Carolina 73 7 December 16, 1987 74 1 January 29, 1988 [Management Committee]; Columbia, South Carolina 74 2 February 9, 1988 74 3 February 22, 1988 74 4 May 16-18, 1988; Huntsville, Alabama 74 5 September 30, 1988; Greenville, South Carolina 74 6 October 13, 1988 [Project Operations Committee] 74 7 December 13, 1988 74 8 February 8, 1989 74 9 February 26, 1989 75 1-2 May 16, 1989 75 3 September 12, 1989 75 4 December 12, 1989 75 5 February 7, 1990 75 6 Related Materials [lists used for mailings for Commission Meetings] 75 7 February 26, 1990 [Transcript of Proceedings] 778 2 June 7, 1990 [State Alternates-- Meeting Materials and Transcript of Proceedings] 778 3 July 19, 1990 [Transcript of Proceedings] 778 4 July 29, 1990; Mobile, Alabama [Governor Quorum--Meeting Materials and Transcript of Proceedings] 779 5 March 18, 1991; Arlington, Virginia [State Alternates--Meeting Materials and Transcript of Proceedings] 778 6 April 8, 1991 [Governor Quorum--Meeting Materials and Transcript of Proceedings] 778 7 June 21, 1991; Nashville, Tennessee [Meeting Materials and Transcript of Proceedings] 778 8 October 30, 1991; Knoxville, Tennessee [Meeting Materials and Transcript of Proceedings] 778 9 January 16, 1992 [State Alternates--Meeting Materials and Transcript of Proceedings] 779 1 February 4, 1992 [Governor Quorum--Transcript of Proceedings] 779 2 May 19, 1992 [State Alternates Meeting] 779 3 September 15, 1992; Hagerstown, Maryland [State Alternates Meeting] 779 4 September 15, 1992; Hagerstown, Maryland [State Alternates--Transcript of Proceedings] 779 5 January 14, 1993; Arlington, Virginia [Meeting Materials and Transcript of Proceedings] 779 6 February 1, 1993 [Governor's Quorum--Meeting Materials and Transcript of Proceedings] 779 7 May 6, 1993; Arlington, Virginia [State Alternates--Meeting Materials and Transcript of Proceedings] 779 8 September 28, 1993 [State Alternates--Meeting Materials and Transcript of Proceedings] 779 9 January 11, 1994 [Transcript of Proceedings] 780 1 April 19-20, 1994 [Workshop & Commission Meeting] 780 2 April 20, 1994 [Transcript of Proceedings] 780 3 July 19, 1994; Boston, Massachusetts 780 4 August 29, 1994; Nashville, Tennessee [State Alternates Meeting] 780 5 January 5, 1995 780 6 January 5, 1995 [Transcript of Proceedings] 780 7 January 28, 1995 [Transcript of Proceedings] 780 8 April 25, 1995 [State Alternates Meeting] 780 9 April 25, 1995 [State Alternates--Transcript of Proceedings] 780 10 August 7, 1995 [Strategic Plan Work Session] 781 1 August 7, 1995 [Strategic Plan--Transcript of Proceedings] 781 2 December 13, 1995 781 3 December 13, 1995 [Transcript of Proceedings] 781 4 January 16, 1996 918 2 January 16, 1996 [Transcript of Proceedings] 918 3 February 4, 1996 [Governor's Quorum--Transcript of Proceedings] 781 5 April 24, 1996; Binghamton, New York; ARC Code 918 4 April 24, 1996; Binghamton, New York [Transcript of Proceedings] 918 5 July 23, 1996 781 6 July 23, 1996 [Transcript of Proceedings] 781 7 October 22-23, 1996; Somerset, Kentucky 781 8 October 22, 1996; Somerset, Kentucky [Transcript of Proceedings] 781 9 January 15, 1997 781 10 February 2, 1997 [Governor Quorum Meeting] 781 11 February 2, 1997 [Governor Quorum--Transcript of Proceedings] 781 12 May 22, 1997 782 1 May 22, 1997 [Transcript of Proceedings] 782 2 October 6-7, 1997; Tupelo, Mississippi [Contains Investment Programs for FY 1998] 782 3 February 3, 1998 782 4 February 3, 1998 [Transcript of Proceedings] 782 5 February 22, 1998 [Governor Quorum--Meeting Materials and Transcript of Proceedings] 782 6 February 22, 1998 [Briefing Paper--Appalachian Development Highway System] 782 7 June 10, 1998 782 8 June 10, 1998 [Transcript of Proceedings] 782 9 September 11, 1998; Corning, New York 782 10 September 11, 1998; Corning, New York [Transcript of Proceedings] 782 11 January 26, 1999 782 12 January 26, 1999 [Transcript of Proceedings] 782 13 February 21, 1999 [Meeting Materials and Transcript of Proceedings] 783 1 July 21, 1999 783 2 July 21, 1999 [Transcript of Proceedings] 783 3 October 14, 1999; Wheeling, West Virginia 918 7 October 14, 1999; Wheeling, West Virginia [Transcript of Proceedings] 918 8 January 25, 2000 783 4 January 25, 2000 [Transcript of Proceedings] 783 5 February 27, 2000 [Governors Quorum Meeting] 783 6 February 27, 2000 [Governor's Quorum--Transcript of Proceedings] 783 7 July 20, 2000 [Meeting Materials and Transcript of Proceedings] 783 8 October 18, 2000; Sheperdstown, West Virginia [Meeting Materials and Transcript of Proceedings] 783 9 February 7, 2001 [Meeting Materials and Transcript of Proceedings] 783 10 February 25, 2001 [Governors and Alternates--Meeting Materials and Transcript of Proceedings] 783 11 July 19, 2001; Oak Ridge, Tennessee 783 12 July 19, 2001; Oak Ridge, Tennessee [Transcript of Proceedings] 783 13 November 9, 2001; Prestonsburg, Kentucky 784 1 November 9, 2001; Prestonsburg, Kentucky [Transcript of Proceedings] 784 2 January 30, 2002 [Contains An Overview of the Appalachian Economy] 784 3 January 30, 2002 [Transcript of Proceedings] 784 4 February 24, 2002 [Governor's Quorum--Meeting Materials and Transcript of Proceedings] 784 5 July 24, 2002 [Meeting Materials and Transcript of Proceedings] 784 6 October 31, 2002; Maryville, Tennessee [Meeting Materials and Transcript of Proceedings] 784 7 February 11, 2003 784 8 February 11, 2003 [Transcript of Proceedings] 784 9 February 23, 2003 [Governor's Quorum--Meeting Materials and Transcript of Proceedings] 784 10 July 23, 2003; Warrenton, Virginia 784 11 July 23, 2003; Warrenton, Virginia [Transcript of Proceedings] 784 12 October 17, 2003; Abingdon, Virginia 918 9 October 17, 2003; Abingdon, Virginia [Transcript of Proceedings] 918 10 February 6, 2004 918 11 February 6, 2004 [Transcript of Proceedings] 918 12 February 22, 2004 [Governor Quorum Meeting] 918 13 February 22, 2004 [Governor Quorum--Transcript of Proceedings] 918 14 July 30, 2004 919 1 July 30, 2004 [Transcript of Proceedings] 919 2 October 15, 2004; Abingdon, Virginia 919 3 October 15, 2004; Abingdon, Virginia [Transcript of Proceedings] 919 4 February 27, 2005 [Governor Quorum Meeting] 919 5 February 27, 2005 [Governor Quorum--Transcript of Proceedings] 919 6 July 21, 2005; Oak Ridge, Tennessee 919 7 July 21, 2005; Oak Ridge, Tennessee [Transcript of Proceedings] 919 8 October 7, 2005; New Concord, Ohio 919 9 October 7, 2005; New Concord, Ohio [Transcript of Proceedings] 919 10 February 1, 2006 919 11 February 1, 2006 [Transcript of Proceedings] 919 12 February 26, 2006 [Governor Quorum Meeting] 919 13 February 26, 2006 [Governor Quorum--Transcript of Proceedings] 919 14 July 26, 2006; Columbus, Mississippi [Meeting Materials and Transcript of Proceedings] 920 1 July 26, 2007; Florence, Alabama [Meeting Materials and Transcript of Proceedings] 920 2 October 24, 2007; Charleston, West Virginia [Meeting Materials and Transcript of Proceedings] 920 3 February 6, 2008 [Conference Call--Transcript] 920 4 February 24, 2008 [Governor Quorum-- Transcript of Proceedings] 920 5 July 31, 2008; Erie, Pennsylvania [Meeting Materials and Transcript of Proceedings] 920 6 October 22, 2008; Tupelo, Mississippi [Transcript of Proceedings] 920 7 February 5, 2009 [Teleconference--Meeting Materials and Transcript of Proceedings] 920 8 July 23, 2009; Dahlonega, Georgia [Transcript of Proceedings] 920 9 October 26, 2009; Athens, Ohio [Transcript of Proceedings] 920 10 February 2, 2010 [Teleconference--Transcript of Proceedings] 920 11 February 22, 2010 [Governor Quorum--Transcript of Proceedings] 920 12 August 5, 2010; Waynesville, North Carolina [Transcript of Proceedings] 920 13 October 25, 2010; Rome, Georgia [Meeting Materials and Strategic Plan 2011-2015 Draft] 920 14 October 25, 2010; Rome, Georgia [Transcript of Proceedings] 920 15 ARC--Policy Development Committee Meetings vi July 20, 1999 785 1 July 19, 2000 785 2 February 6, 2001 785 3 October 2-3, 2001; Warrenton, Virginia 921 1 January 29, 2002 785 4 July 23, 2002 785 5 October 8, 2002; Linthicum, Maryland 921 2 February 10, 2003 785 6 July 23, 2003 Warrenton, Virginia 785 7 July 29, 2004 [2005-2010 Strategic Plan Draft] 921 3 December 8-9, 2004 921 4 May 24, 2005 921 5 January 31, 2006 921 6 July 25, 2007; Florence, Alabama 921 7 July 30, 2008; Erie, Pennsylvania 921 8 September 24, 2008 [Conference Call] 921 9 February 4, 2009 [Conference Call] 921 10 August 4, 2010; Waynesville, North Carolina [Transcript of Proceedings] 921 11 ARC--Research Committee Meetings FY 1968--Proposed Committee Research 921 12 March 23, 1988; Atlanta, Georgia 921 13 May 17, 1988; Huntsville, Alabama 921 14 June 24, 1988 [Mailing of FY 1988-1989 Research Committee Prospectus] 921 15 September 30, 1988; Greenville, South Carolina 921 16 March 13, 1989; Arlington, Virginia 922 1 May 3, 1989 922 2 September 1989 [Agenda Items] 922 3 October 17, 1989 922 4 December 12, 1989 [ARC Commission Meeting--FY 1990 Research Program Prospectus] 922 5 1989-1990 [Miscellaneous Documents on ARC 25th Anniversary report on Appalachian Children] 922 6 May 2, 1990; Pipestem, West Virginia 922 7 June 7, 1990 [ARC Commission Meeting-- Research Committee Materials] 922 8 October 4, 1990 922 9 October 20, 1990 [ARC Commission Meeting--Research Committee Materials] 922 10 Resolution # 604 922 11 March 18, 1991; Alexandria, Virginia 922 12 June 5, 1991 922 13 June 21; 1991 [ARC Commission Meeting--Research Committee Materials] 922 14 October 9, 1991 922 15 February 3, 1992 923 1 March 9, 1992; [Arlington, Virginia] 923 2 May 18-20, 1992 [Meeting Materials and ARC Commission Meeting--Research Committee Materials] 923 3 June 22-23, 1992 [Research Committee and State Alternates--Distressed Counties] 923 4 January 14, 1993; Arlington, Virginia 923 5 April 20, 1994 [ARC Commission Meeting--Research Committee Materials] 923 6 August 2, 1994 923 7 February 16, 1995 923 8 May 24, 1995 [Conference Call] 923 9 August 24, 1995 [Conference Call] 923 10 December 13, 1995 [ARC Commission Meeting--Research Committee Materials] 923 11 March 18, 1996 923 12 April 10, 1996 [Conference Call] 923 13 April 24, 1996 [FY 1996 Research Program Prospectus] 923 14 Summer 1996 Miscellaneous Financial Papers 923 15 [September 5, 1996] 923 16 September 26, 1996 [Conference Call] 923 17 April 16, 1997 924 1 September 19, 1997 [Conference Call] 924 2 Special Mail Ballots and Telephone Polls vii February 1976-July 1989 (Book 1; [February 1976-May 1977]) 786 1 February 1976-July 1989 (Book 2; [June 1977-September 1982 (A)]) 786 2 February 1976-July 1989 (Book 3; [September 1982(B)-September 1985]) 786 3 February 1976-July 1989 (Book 4; [December 1985-July 1989]) 786 4 November 1990 786 5 Conferences and Meetings vi Scope and Contents note This section contains a variety of materials (e.g. brochures, minutes, proceedings) about conferences and meetings either funded by ARC or those in which ARC participated, and, in some instances, both. For meetings where foficial Commission business was conducted see the previous section, "Commission Meeting Materials." Water Development Coordinating Committee for Appalachia; Asheville, North Carolina. September 20-21, 1965 76 1 Water Development Coordinating Committee for Appalachia; Birmingham, Alabama. February 24-25, 1966 76 2 Water Development Coordinating Committee for Appalachia; Cincinnati, Ohio. October 26-27, 1966 76 3 Proceedings of the Governor's Conference on Appalachian Development; Asheville, North Carolina. June 25-26, 1968 76 4 Seeking More Effective Means to Overcome Poverty; Blacksburg, Virginia. July 17-20, 1968 76 5 Chief State School Officers Meeting. September 1968 76 6 Federal Advisory Council on Regional Economic Development; Washington D.C. October 22, 1968 76 7 Implementing Health Service Programs; Birmingham, Alabama. May 22-23, 1969 76 8 International Conference on CWP [Coal Workers Pneumoconiosis]; Lexington, Kentucky. September 10-12, 1969 77 1 The Emerging Pattern of Appalachia Regional Development; Charleston, West Virginia. July 26-28, 1970 77 2 Teamwork in Economic Development [sponsored by Maryland Division of Economic Development]; Cumberland, Maryland. September 17, 1970 77 3 National Governors' Conference Task Force on National Regional Development Policy. November 1973 77 4 National Governors' Conference on National Regional Policy [meetings were conducted over a year's time, at no specified location]. January 4, 1974-December 12, 1974 77 5 Conference on Primary Health Care in Appalachia; Greenville, South Carolina. October 5-7, 1974 77 6 Mid-Appalachian Energy Symposium; Knoxville, Tennessee. October 6-7, 1975 77 7 Appalachian Mineral Resources Evaluation Conference; Washington D.C. June 23-24, 1976 77 8 Appalachian Conference on Balanced Growth and Economic Development; Charleston, West Virginia. October 27-29, 1977 General Conference Materials 78 1-2 Plenary Session, October 27-28 78 3-4 The Structure of Federalism Task Force I, October 27-28 78 5-6 Balanced Growth and Economic Development Task Force II, October 27-28 79 1-2 Jobs, Incomes and Human Services Task Force III, October 27-28 79 3-4 Balanced Growth and Economic Development Task Force IV, October 27-28 79 5-6 Balanced Growth and Economic Development Task Force V, October 27-28 79 7-8 Energy Committee Meeting, October 29 79 9 Program and Papers 787 1 Coal Mining Productivity Seminar; Washington D.C. May 24, 1978 80 1 Coal Mining Productivity Seminar; Washington D.C. May 25, 1978 80 2 Coal Commission Preparation Seminar, Appalachian Coal Communities: Their Impact on Production; Washington D.C. May 31, 1978 80 3 Coal Commission Preparation Seminar, Appalachian Coal Communities: Their Impact on Production; Washington D.C. June 1, 1978 80 4 Trial of Substate Regionalism; Washington D.C. June 5, 1978 80 5 Focus on Economic Development in Kentucky Appalachia; Morehead, Kentucky. June 19-21, 1978 81 1 Seminar on Education and Training in the Coal Industry; Washington D.C. August 28, 1978 81 2 Alternatives to Coal Haul Roads; Washington D.C. August 31, 1978 81 3 Metallurgical Coal Seminar; Washington D.C. September 14, 1978 81 4 Seminar on Land Acquisitions for Housing in Central Appalachia; Washington D.C. October 12, 1978 81 5 Coal Commission Preparation Seminars, Industrial Coal Conversion; Washington D.C. October 26, 1978 82 1 Coal Commission Preparation Seminars, Environmental Health; Washington D.C. November 9,1978 82 2 Raising a New Generation in Appalachia; Asheville, North Carolina. November 14-17, 1978 82 3 Coal Seminars, A Report to the President's Commission on Coal; N.p. February 15, 1979 82 4 Appalachia into the 80's: A Conference on Energy and Health Care Cost Containment; Binghamton, New York. October 22-24, 1979 General Conference Materials 83 1 Opening Session; October 23 83 2 Health Panel Hearing; October 23 83 3 Panel on Replacing Oil with Coal: Coal Switching and Conversion; October 23 83 4 Panel on Organizational Arrangements and Institutional Barriers; October 23 83 5 Panel on Protecting Life and the Environment; October 23 84 1 Panel on Unconventional Energy Sources and Energy Conservation; October 23 84 2 ARC Meeting; October 24 84 3 Panel 4, Energy Efficient Transportation of Resources, People and Goods; October 23 84 4 Luncheon Speech, October 23 84 5 State Dinner, October 24 84 6 Plenary Session, October 24 84 7 Handbook 787 2 Enterprise Development and Housing Finance Workshop; Washington D.C. August 26, 1980 85 1 Sheep Initiatives for Appalachia; Roanoke, Virginia. November 13, 1980 85 2 Wood: An Alternative Energy Resource for Appalachian Industry and Institutions; Winston-Salem, North Carolina. April 1981 85 3 Energy: Challenges and Opportunities for the Mid-Atlantic United States; Baltimore, Maryland January 10-11, 1983 85 4 Jobs and Skills for the Future; Jackson, Mississippi. April 11-13, 1983 85 5 Appalachia Working: The Competitive Edge for Today and Tomorrow; Hershey, Pennsylvania. April 11-13, 1984 85 6 Investment Opportunities for the Appalachian Region; Asheville, North Carolina. June 12-13, 1984 85 7 Exporting Southern Appalachian Wood and Wood Products; Tupelo, Mississippi. October 25-26, 1984 86 1 Coal Summit 1, Future of the U.S. Coal Industry: The Next Ten Years and A Plea for Reason; Lexington, Kentucky. April 16-18, 1985 86 2 Appalachia Ohio, 20 Years Later: A Region Reflects and Looks Forward; Athens, Ohio. April 24-26, 1985 86 3 Regional Workshop on School Dropouts; Washington, D.C. June 25-27, 1985 86 4 Regional Workshop on School Dropouts; Washington, D.C. June 25-27, 1985 [Proceedings] 787 3 Excelling in Appalachia's Changing Economy; Charleston, West Virginia. September 23-25, 1986 86 5 Appalachian Coal: Energy Security for the World; Roanoke, Virginia. October 28-30, 1986. CO 9624-86-Y1-302-0808 86 6-8 Appalachian Coal: Meeting International Needs; Roanoke, Virginia. October 27-29, 1987 87 1 The Appalachian Communities' Workshop on Dropout Prevention; Knoxville, Tennessee. November 4-5, 1987. 87 2 Taking Technology Home to Appalachia; Greenville, South Carolina. September 28-29, 1988 87 3 Solid Waste Strategy Conference; Western North Carolina. November 1988 787 4 Aquaculture: Opportunities for Appalchia; Birmingham, Alabama. November 13-15, 1989 87 5 NADD Conference [National Association of Development Organizations]; Hilton Head, South Carolina. November 15-18, 1988 87 4 Regional Workshop on Tourism Development; Pipestem Resort State Park, West Virginia. May 1-3, 1990 787 5 The Next Generation: Children and Youth and the 21st Century (The 25th Anniversary Conference of the ARC); Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. October 18-20, 1990 787 6 Telecommunications: Connections for Rural Competitiveness; Knoxville, Tennessee. October 30-November 1, 1991 787 7 Total Quality: America's New Way of Doing Business--A Road Map for Change; Nashville, Tennessee. February 27, 1992. 787 8 Enterprise for the Americas Initiative; Washington, D.C. February 1992 787 9 Preparing States for Hemispheric Free Trade: State Opinion Leaders Briefing; Lexington, Kentucky. June 12-14, 1992. CO-10970-92-I-302-0129 787 10 Leadership and Management Program: Pulling Together for Quality and Performance; Roanoke, Virginia. October 24-28, 1993 788 1 Overachievers: Business Clusters That Work; Prospects for Regional Development; Winston-Salem, North Carolina. May 10-12, 1995. 788 2 Leadership and Management Program: What Does It Take to Win?; Charleston, West Virginia. August 27-31, 1995 788 3 Correspondence vii Scope and Contents note Most of the correspondence in the ARC archives was placed under topical headings whenever possible. Therefore, the correspondence in this box is very general in nature. From the ARC to Others; [c. 1968]- June 1975 88 1 From Others to the ARC; January 1967-July 1969 88 2 From Others to the ARC; October 1969-January 1983 88 3 Inter-office Memos; February 1968-April 1982 88 4 Executive Director's Reports viii The First Six Months: A Progress Report on the Appalachian Regional Development Program; September 9, 1965 89 1 Planning for Development: Quarterly Staff Report; October 1-December 31, 1965 89 2 Executive Director's Administrative Report; May 24, 1966 89 5 Executive Director's Semi-Annual Report; July 1- December 31, 1966 89 6 The Second Year: Executive Director's Semi-Annual Report; January 1, 1967-June 30, 1967 89 7 Appalachian Development Phase II: Executive Director's Administrative Report for FY 1967; April 6, 1967 89 8 Appalachia: Expanded Program. Executive Director's Semi-Annual Report; July 1, 1967-December 31, 1967 89 9 Executive Director's Semi-Annual Report; [c. 1967] 89 10 At Transition: Executive Director's Semi-Annual Administrative and Economic Report; July 1-December 31, 1968 89 11 Executive Director's Administrative Report; January 1-December 30, 1969 89 12 Executive Director's Semi-Annual Administrative and Economic Report; July 1-December 31, 1969 89 13 Five Years in Appalachia: Executive Director's Semi-Annual Report, A Preliminary Evaluation; July 1-December 31, 1970 89 14 New Directions: Executive Director's Semi-Annual Report; January 1-June 30, 1971 89 15 Executive Director's Report; September 12, 1973 89 16 Federal Co-Chair's Files (Winifred A. Pizzano, 1982-1989) ix Scope and Contents note Winifred A. Pizzano's career is represented by materials that reflect four separate stages culminating in her appointment as Federal Co-Chair of the Appalachian Regional Commission, confirmed by the U.S. Senate on September 24, 1982. Prior to that, she served for a year as deputy director of ACTION, the federal agency administering volunteer programs. She also was the director, from 1975-1981, of health care and social services for Arthur Young and Company, a research and development consulting firm located in Washington, D.C. Pizzano served from 1970-1975 as executive administrator for the Illinois Department of Public Health, Division of Emergency Medical Services in Chicago, where she helped establish a statewide trauma program. Pizzano's papers are divided into ARC and Non-ARC materials. The ARC documents are the most extensive and comprehensive. They range from biographical materials to subject files covering topics such as education, employment, rural health policy, and technology transfer. Non-ARC materials consist of files from her employment prior to her ARC Federal Co-Chair appointment. Biographical American Trauma Society: Nominations and Acceptance to Board of Directors; July 15, 1985 90 1 Confirmation Hearings 90 2 Congressional Relations 90 3 Correspondence 90 4 Ethics 90 5 Federal Co-Chair's Staff 1981-1989 90 6 Internal Controls 90 7 Management Policy Change 90 8 Modernization of ARC Public Information Program 90 9 Newspaper Articles, 1983-1989 90 10 Personal Actions 90 11 Program Policy Changes 90 12 Resume 90 13 Summary Statement 90 14 Speeches October 26, 1982; National Association of Regional Councils Conference. Nashville, Tennessee 91 1 January 27, 1983; Governors' Quorum: Sections 1-11. [probably Washington, D.C.] 91 2 January 27, 1983; Governors' Quorum: Sections 12-Tug Fork. [probably Washington, D.C.] 91 3 February 8, 1983; National Association of Regional Councils. Washington, D.C. 91 4 February 24, 1983; Excerpts from Remarks Before Southern Tier Central Regional Planning and Development Board. Corning, New York 91 5 March 6, 1983; Excerpts from Remarks at ARC Local Development Conference. Washington, D.C. 91 6 April 12, 1983; Jobs and Skills for the Future Conference. Jackson, Mississippi 91 7 May 9, 1983; Local Development District Conference. Washington, D.C. 91 8 May 9, 1983; Introduction of Senator Specter: Appalachian Local Development District Conference. Washington, D.C. 91 9 May 25, 1983; Bluegrass LDD, Winchester Country club. Winchester, Kentucky 91 10 May 26, 1983; Kentucky River LDD. Hazard, Kentucky 91 11 May 26, 1983; London, Kentucky 91 12 May 27, 1983; London, Kentucky 91 13 May 1983; Bluegrass Area Development District. Lexington, Kentucky 91 14 May 1983; Excerpts from Remarks for the Kentucky River Area Development District. Hazard, Kentucky 91 15 May 1983; Excerpts from Remarks for the Cumberland Valley Area Development District. London, Kentucky 91 16 June 1983; Draft of Local Section of Federal Co-Chairman's Remarks Before the Land-of-Sky Regional Council 91 17 July 26, 1983; Georgia Development District. Pine Isle, Georgia 91 18 August 4, 1983; Hamilton Medical Center Luncheon. Dalton, Georgia 91 19 August 4, 1983; Press Conference Statement. Dalton, Georgia 91 20 October 3, 1983; National Association of Development Organizations. Washington, D.C. 91 21 October 26, 1983; Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. Paris, France 91 22 November 17, 1983; Tennessee-Tombigee Waterway Conference. Mobile, Alabama 91 23 November 28, 1983; Ohio Valley Regional Development Commission Speech. [place undetermined] 91 24 November 29, 1983; Buckeye Hills-Hocking Valley Development District Speech. [place undetermined] 91 25 December 6, 1983; Investment Opportunities for the Appalachian Region: Wilkes-Barre Workshop. Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania 91 26 March 19, 1984; Development District Association of Appalachia. Washington, D.C. 91 27 March 19, 1984; Association of MCH and CC Programs. Washington, D.C. 91 28 June 13, 1984; Tennessee Technology Foundation News Conference. Knoxville, Tennessee 91 29 June 14, 1984; White House Private Sector/CEO Luncheon. Knoxville, Tennessee 91 30 July 10, 1984; Governors' Quorum Meeting. Willainsburg, Virginia 91 31 July 13, 1984; SPEDD Groundbreaking for Wexford Townhouse Incubator. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 91 32 September 28, 1984; Erie, Pennsylvania 91 33 October 18, 1984; Appalachian Coalition for the Handicapped. Lexington, Kentucky 91 34 November 12, 1984; National Association of Development Organizations. New Orleans, Louisiana 91 35 February 21, 1985; Development District Association of Appalachia. Washington, D.C. 92 1 February 23, 1985; Report to the Governors, Governor's Quorum Meeting. Washington, D.C. 92 2 March 1, 1985; Contract Signing and Luncheon. Tupelo, Mississippi 92 3 April 17, 1985; Coal Summit I. Lexington, Kentucky 92 4 April 25, 1985; ARC 20th Anniversary Dinner. Marietta, Ohio 92 5 May 30, 1985; Tennessee-Tombigbee Dedication. Nashville, Tennessee 92 6 June 25-27, 1985; Regional Dropouts Workshop. Atlanta, Georgia 92 7 August 22, 1985; Dalton, Georgia 92 8 September 23, 1985; Appalachia State University 92 9 October 10, 1985; Appalachian Regional Commission. Frankfort, Kentucky 92 10 February 27, 1986; Prepared Statement of Governor Martha Layne Collins, Kentucky, State's Co-Chairman, House Appropriations Subcommittee of Energy and Water Development 92 11 June 1986; Seminar on Science Park and Technology Complexes in Relation to Regional Development, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. Venice, Italy 92 12 September 23-25, 1986; Excelling in Appalachia's Changing Economy. Charleston, West Virginia 92 13 October 15, 1986; Bristol's Diverse Economy: Looking Ahead to Stay Ahead. Bristol, Virginia 92 14 October 29, 1986; Appalachian Coal: Energy Scrutiny for the World. Roanoke, Virginia 92 15 February 12, 1987; New England Community Action Association. Bedford, New Hampshire 92 16 February 19, 1987; Financing Rural Health Care. Springfield, Illinois 92 17 March 2, 1987; ARC/LDD Association Conference. Arlington, Virginia 92 18 March 23, 1987; Keeping Kids in School: Communities that Care, National Youth Professionals Conference. Dallas, Texas 92 19 October 5, 1987; Jobs and Prosperity for the Year 2000 and Beyond, National Association of Development Organizations 20th Anniversary Conference. Las Vegas, Nevada 92 20 November 4, 1987; Partners for Progress in Communities that Care, Appalachian Communities Workshop on Dropout Prevention. Knoxville, Tennessee 92 21 March 7, 1988; Development District Association of Appalachia Annual Conference. Arlington, Virginia 92 22 March 15, 1988; Creating Capacity for the Year 2000 and Beyond, Conference on Industrial Development. Charleston, West Virginia 92 23 September 28-29, 1988; Taking Technology Home to Appalachia, ARC Annual Conference. Greenville, South Carolina 92 24 November 14, 1988; The Next Administration and Rural America, National Association of Development Organizations. Hilton Head, South Carolina 92 25 September 22, 1982; Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works 93 1 March 21-22, 1983; Subcommittee on Energy and Water Senate Appropriations Committee 93 2 March 26, 1984; House Appropriations Committee on Energy and Water Development 93 3 March 6, 1985; House Committee on Appropriations, Subcommittee on Energy and Water 93 4 March 20, 1985; Committee on Public Works and Transportation, Subcommittee on Economic Development 93 5 July 16, 1985; Subcommittee on Regional and Community Development, Senate Environment and Public Works Committee 93 6 October 22, 1985; House Select Committee on Hunger 93 7 December 4, 1985; Intergovernmental Relations and Human Resources Subcommittee of the House Committee on Government Operations 93 8 February 27, 1986; House Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development Appropriations 93 9 March 12, 1987; House Subcommittee on Energy and Water Appropriations 93 10 March 17, 1987; House Subcommittee on Energy and Water Appropriations 93 11 March 31, 1988; House Appropriations Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development 93 12 June 29, 1988; Senate Small Business Subcommittee on the Rural Economy and Family Farming 93 13 March 20, 1989; House Appropriations Subcommittee on Energy and Water 93 14 Subject Files Education--Dropouts Prevention 94 1 Shakertown; April 1985-September 1986 94 2 Shakertown; January 1987-March 1989 94 3 IBM/ARC Writing to Read Partnership 94 4 Foxfire Fund: Evaluating Foxfire's Teacher Outreach Program; June 1988 94 5 Employment Articles 95 1 Background 95 2 Competitive Edge for Today and Tomorrow 95 3 Displaced Workers 95 4 Employer Assisted Child Care 95 5 General 95 6 Jobs and Skills for the Future; 1983 95 7 Jobs and Skills for the Future; 1984 95 8 Unemployment Rates 95 9 Infant Mortality Reduction (IMR) Better Babies Project 96 1 Correspondence 96 2 Evaluation Workbook and Operation Guide 96 3 General Files 96 4 IMR Program Evaluation Protocol; October 18, 1983 96 5 Interim Report on the Development of the IMR Program; September 30, 1983 96 6 Media Articles and Publications 96 7 Poster 96 8 Sponsor Hospital Operations Guide for Participation in the IMR Program; September 1983 96 9 Statistical Reports 96 10 Supervisor's Handbook for Managing the IMR Program; October 1983 96 11 Volunteer's Notebook for the IMR Program 96 12 Miscellaneous Appalachian Foundation 97 1 Appalachian Highway Development Program; 1987 97 2 Banking 97 3 Contract Management Review 97 4 Economic Competition 97 5 Export Development: Coal 97 6 Export Development: General 97 7 Family Practice Meeting; December 8, 1982 97 8 Food Banks 97 9 Forward in the Fifth (KY); Creation 97 10 Forward in the Fifth (KY); 1986-1988 97 11 General 97 12 Map [ARC office location in Washington, D.C.] 97 13 North Carolina--Congressional Inquiries by Sen. Jesse Helms 97 14 North Carolina--Congressional Inquiries by Sen. John P East 97 15 Project Operations; November 17, 1988 97 16 Retirement Migration 97a 1 Revolving Loan Fund Guidelines 97a 2 Southwest Border Region Initiatives 97a 3 West Virginia--General 97a 4 Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) OECD Research, Technology and Regional Policy Workshop, Paris, France October 1983 Agenda 98 1 Basic Documentation 98 2 Case Studies Australia 98 3 Austria 98 4 Belgium 98 5 Canada 98 6 Finland 98 7 France 98 8 Germany 98 9 Ireland 98 10 Italy 98 11 Japan 98 12 Netherlands 98 13 Norway 98 14 Portugal 98 15 Spain 98 16 Sweden 98 17 United Kingdom 98 18 United States 98 19 Correspondence 98 20 Experience of the Cambridge Science Park 98 21 Issue Papers 98 22 Special Reports 98 23 Summary and Results 98 24 Technological Innovation 98 25 University Research 98 26 General Files [No conference materials are available] 1984 General Files, 1984 99 1 General Files [No conference materials are available] 1985 Determinants of the Impact of Technology on Employment and Investment 99 2 Employment Creation in Local Labor Markets 99 3 General Files 99 4 Local Initiatives for Employment Creation 99 5 OECD Seminar on Science Parks and Technology Complexes in Relation to Regional Development Conference, Venice, Italy June 1986 Agenda 99 6 Appalachian Models 99 7 Background 99 8 Case Studies Australia 99 9 Austria 99 10 France 99 11 Germany 99 12 Italy 99 13 Japan 99 14 Netherlands 99 15 United Kingdom 99 16 United States 99 17 Correspondence 99 18 Summary and Results 99 19 Venture Capital: Context, Development, and Policies 99 20 Reports, 1987 99 21 General Files, 1988 99 22 Rural Development General Articles 100 1 Background 100 2 Federalism 100 3 Resolutions 100 4 1986 100 5 1987 100 6 [c. 1980s] 100 7 Policy 1983 101 1 1985 101 2 1986 101 3 January-May, 1987 101 4 June-July, 1987 101 5 October-December, 1987 101 6 January-December, 1988 101 7 [c. 1988] 101 8 January-December, 1989 101 9 Rural Health Elderly Assessment and Evaluation 102 1 Development of Continuing Care Programs 102 2 Planning Continuing Care Programs 102 3 General Files 102 4 Legislation 102 5 Reports 102 6 Technology Transfer Appalachia 103 1 Building Appalachia's Capacity to Compete 103 2 Industrial Innovation 103 3 Industrial Policy 103 4 Strategies and Approaches for Appalachian Higher Education 103 5 Taking Technology Home Conference; September 28-29, 1988 103 6 Trips Hershey, Pennsylvania; August 23-24, 1983 104 1 Charlottesville, Virginia; March 15, 1988 104 2 Huntsville, Alabama; May 16-18, 1988 104 3 Birmingham, Alabama; April 19-20, 1989 104 4 Lexington, Kentucky May 28-29, 1989 104 5 June 7-8, 1989 104 6 June 20-21, 1989 104 7 Lexington/ Berea, Kentucky; July 13-14, 1989 104 8 Knoxville/ Jefferson City, Tennessee; July 18-19, 1989 104 9 Elmira, New York; July 20-21, 1989 104 10 Chicago, Illinois; July 30-August 1, 1989 104 11 Non-ARC Files xii Action 1981-1982 General Correspondence 105 1 Fiscal Year 1982 Operating Plan 105 2 Germany 105 3 Going Away 105 4 Hawaii 105 5 Memos 105 6 Newspaper Articles 105 7 1980 ACTION Evaluation Final Report 105 8 Personal 105 9 Policy Papers 105 10 Reorganization; February 1979-July 1982 105 11 Reorganization; N.d. 105 12 Senior Citizen Volunteers 105 13 Speeches 105 14 VVLP (Vietnam Veterans Leadership Program) 105 15 National Center for Service-Learning ACTION's Constituency 106 1 Foster Grandparents 106 2 Memos 106 3 Minorities 106 4 More Effective ACTION for Refugees 106 5 NEWS 106 6 Poverty 106 7 Synergist 106 8 Technology/Energy 106 9 University for ACTION; 1980 106 10 VISTA/ACTION Education Programs 106 11 Volunteerism 106 12 Young Volunteers in ACTION 106 13 Youth Employment 106 14 Arthur Young and Company 1975-1981 1975-1977 107 1 1978 107 2 1979 107 3 1980-1987 107 4 Proposal Preparation for Government Clients 107 5 Illinois EMS 1970-1975 Analysis Methodology 108 1 Consumer Education Manual 108 2 Correspondence 108 3 Emergency Medical Aid Handbook 108 4 Federal Legislation 108 5 General Files 108 6 Medical Evacuation Helicopter for Illinois 108 7 Meeting Schedules 108 8 Organization 108 9 Services 108 10 Speech Notes 108 11 Speeches and Presentations 108 12 Urban EMS Dilemma 108 13 Federal Co-Chair's Files (Jacqueline L. Phillips 1990-1994) x Correspondence; January 1990-June 1992 788 4 Confirmation; Hearing and Questions 788 5 Federal Co-Chair's Files (Jesse L. White Jr. 1994) xi February 10, 1995; House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, Subcommittee on Public Buildings and Economic Development 788 6 Fiscal History xii Scope and Contents note Arranged topically, then chronologically by Fiscal Year (FY), these files include authorization, appropriation, and expenditure documents. From FY 1969-1978 and 1990-forward budget requests were submitted to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) by the Federal Co-Chair of ARC. These requests were submitted approximately 24 months prior to the FY start. For example FY 1969 was submitted in the fall of 1967 for a FY beginning date of October 1, 1969. From 1967-forward budget requests were also submitted by the Appalachian Governors to the Senate and House Congressional Appropriations Committees 18-20 months prior to the beginning of the FY. For example, the FY 1969 request was sent to Congress in January-February of 1968 for a FY beginning date of October 1, 1969. From 1967-1980 bound books of the Budget of the United States Appendix are available. These contain the President's recommendations to Congress on line items. After 1980, the President no longer included the ARC in his budget; final appropriations for the ARC came through Congressional authorization. However, beginning again in 1990, the ARC was included in the President's budget. Following the budget documents are the reports for funds expended and carryover monies for each fiscal year. These are arranged chronologically, from 1966-current. Requested Authorizations FY 1967 109 1 FY 1968 109 2 FY 1969 109 3-4 FY 1970 109 5-6 FY 1971 110 1-2 FY 1972 110 3-4 FY 1973 110 5-6 FY 1974 111 1-2 FY 1975 111 3 FY 1976 111 4 FY 1977 111 5 FY 1978 112 1-2 FY 1979 112 3 FY 1980 112 4 FY 1981 112 5 FY 1982 112 6 FY 1983 113 1 FY 1984 113 2 FY 1985 113 3 FY 1986 113 4 FY 1987 113 5 FY 1988 113 6 FY 1989 113 7 FY 1990 113 8 FY 1991 113 9 FY 1992 788 7 FY 1993 788 8 FY 1994 788 9 FY 1995 788 10 FY 1996 788 11 FY 1998 [Investment Programs] 788 12 President's Proposed Budgets 1967 114 1 1968 114 2 1969 115 1 1970 115 2 1971 116 1 1972 116 2 1973 117 1 1974 117 2 1975 118 1 1976 118 2 1977 119 1 1978 119 2 1979 120 1 1980 120 2 Expenditures 1966 121 1 1967 121 2 1968 121 3 1969 121 4 1970 121 5 1971 121 6 1972 121 7 1973 121 8 1974 121 9 1975 121 10 1976 121 11 1977 121 12 1978 121 13 1979 122 1 1980 122 2 1981 122 3 1982 122 4 1983 122 5 1984 122 6 1985 122 7 1986 122 8 1987 122 9 1988 122 10 1989 122 11 Status of Funds, FY 1990 788 13 Status of Funds, FY 1991 788 14 Status of Funds, FY 1992 788 15 Status of Funds, FY 1993 788 16 Expenditures: Status of Funds, FY 1994 789 1 Expenditures: Status of Funds, FY 1995 789 2 Expenditures: Status of Funds, FY 1996 789 3 Expenditures: Status of Funds, FY 1997 789 4 Expenditures: Status of Funds, FY 1998 789 5 Miscellaneous 122 12 Miscellaneous, FY 2006 924 3 Manuals and Guidelines xiii Scope and Contents note Divided first into two categories, "Administrative" and "Programs and Projects", these documents are then arranged chronologically. Administrative Procedure for Handling State Development Plans; June 1967 123 1 Procedure for Processing Research Proposals; August 1967 123 2 Highway Data System: Computer Program Documentation; February 1968 123 3 Workbook 1: Regional Program Plan and Budget; July 1969 123 4 Workbook 2: Goals and Means, Program Plan and Budget; December 1969 123 5 Human Resources Evaluation; May 1972 123 6 Disposition of Official Commission Records; September 1972 123 7 A Guide for Regional Development Planning; November 1972 789 6 Application for Support: Coal Miner's Respiratory Clinic Program; December 1972 789 7 Modifications Incorporated into Guidelines for Coal Miners Respiratory Clinic Program; February 1973 789 8 Reimbursement for Education Costs; April 1974 123 8 Project Preparation Guidelines; January 1975 789 9 Official Travel Regulations; July 1975 123 9 Revised Travel Reimbursement Schedules; October 1976 123 10 Staff Manual: Job Information; April 1977 123 11 Taxi Reimbursements; January 1979 123 12 Revised Subsistence Rates for High Rate Geographical Areas; May 1979 123 13 Changes in Travel Regulations; May 22, 1980, January 19, 1982 123 14 Data Systems; March 1986 123 15 Handbook for Contract Coordinators; April 1989 123 16 Certification and Disclosure Regarding Lobbying to Obtain ARC Grants and Contracts; August 1990 789 10 Certification Regarding Conflicts of Interest; September 1990 789 11 Close Out Procedures [closing projects]; December 1990 789 12 Revised J-1 Visa Waiver Policy and Procedures; April 1992 789 13 ARC Handbook: Statutes and Regulations; March 1997 789 14 ARC Handbook Update: Entrepreneurship Initiative Guidelines; July 1997 789 15 Affirmative Action Statement; N.d. 123 17 Staff Manual; N.d. 123 18 Programs and Projects Appalachian Guidelines; [c. 1967] 124 1 Guidelines for Funding Appalachian Projects, Development Districts, and Research, 1968; June 1969 124 2 Federal Programs for Young Children, Part I; October 1970 124 3 Federal Programs for Young Children, Part II-IV, Nutrition and Health; October, 1970 124 4 Funding Appalachian Projects, Development Districts, and Research, [February 1971; July 1971] 124 5 Funding Appalachian Projects, Development Districts and Research; 1972 124 6 Local Development District Guidelines: Section 302A; April 1974, May 1977, July 1977 125 1 Project Preparation Guidelines, Part I; January 1975 125 2 Project Preparation Guidelines, Part II; January 1975 125 3 Audit Guide for Grants Made Under Section 302 (a) (1) of the Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1965, as Amended; July 1977 125 4 Areawide Action Program: A Guide to It's Preparation and Use; January 1978 125 5 Rural Transportation Handbook; January 1978 125 6 State Research, Technical Assistance and Demonstration Program Guide; June 1980 125 7 Legislation Affecting Children; April 1989 125 8 Guidelines for Supplemental or Basic Grants for Construction, Land Acquisition and Equipment Projects; January 1990 125 9 Handbook: Assessing Local Economic Development Opportunities with ARC-LEAP [Appalachian Regional Commission Local Economic Assessment Package] and ARC-LEAP User Instructions; January 2004 924 4 News Clippings and Articles xiv Scope and Contents note Most of these newspaper articles about the ARC and Appalachia were gathered by staff and a clipping service for the ARC. Note the large gap in time between Folder 1 (1965-1967) and Folder 2 (1978) in Box 128. Folder 5 in Box 157 is a combination of magazine articles, some of which were written by ARC staff, and news clippings covering these decades. 1965-1967 November 1965-March 1967 128 1 1978 July 5-19 128 2 August 3-23 128 3 September 3-29 128 4 October 1-31 128 5 November 2-29 129 1 December 1-27 129 2 1979 January 2-16 129 3 January 17-30 129 4 February 1-27 129 5 March 1-16 130 1 August 1-15 130 2 August 16-31 130 3 November 2-14 130 4 November 15-20 131 1 November 21-30 131 2 1980 January 2-10 131 3 January 11-17 131 4 January 18-31 131 5 February 1-12 132 1 February 13-22 132 2 February 25-29 132 3 March 5-13 132 4 March 14-24 132 5 March 25-31 132 6 April 1-11 133 1 April 14-22 133 2 April 23-30 133 3 May 1-12 133 4 May 14-20 133 5 May 21-30 134 1 June 2-11 134 2 June 13-18 134 3 June 19-27 134 4 July 1-22 134 5 August 4-14 134 6 August 18-27 135 1 September 2-22 135 2 September 23-30 135 3 October 6-15 135 4 October 20-30 135 5 November 3-26 136 1 December 1-15 136 2 December 16-30 136 3 1981 January 5-16 137 1 January 21-30 137 2 February 2-11 137 3 February 12-18 138 1 February 19-23 138 2 February 24-26 138 3 March 2-3 138 4 March 4-6 138 5 March 9-14 139 1 March 16-20 139 2 March 21-30 139 3 March 30-31 139 4 April 1-3 140 1 April 6-9 140 2 April 10-13 140 3 April 14-20 140 4 April 21-30 140 5 May 1-11 140 6 May 12-14 141 1 May 15-21 141 2 May 22-29 141 3 June 1-2 141 4 June 3-9 141 5 June 10-12 141 6 June 15-18 141 7 June 19-25 142 1 June 26-30 142 2 July 1-7 142 3 July 8-16 142 4 July 17-31 142 5 August 3-12 142 6 August 14-24 143 1 August 26-31 143 2 September 2-11 143 3 September 14-21 143 4 September 23-30 143 5 October 2-14 143 6 October 16-23 143 7 October 26-30 144 1 November 2-6 144 2 November 13-30 144 3 December 2-11 144 4 December 16-21 144 5 1982 January 4-15 145 1 January 18-29 145 2 February 1-17 145 3 February 19-26 145 4 March 1-12 145 5 March 15-31 145 6 April 2-19 145 7 April 21-30 146 1 May 3-12 146 2 May 21-28 146 3 June 2-16 146 4 June 18-30 146 5 July 2-19 146 6 July 21-30 146 7 August 2-16 146 8 August 18-30 147 1 September 1-17 147 2 September 20-29 147 3 October 1-13 147 4 October 15-27 147 5 November 1-10 147 6 November 12-29 147 7 December 1-10 147 8 December 13-29 147 9 1983 January 5-17 148 1 January 19-31 148 2 February 2-14 148 3 February 16-28 148 4 March 4-16 148 5 March 18-30 148 6 April 1-15 148 7 April 18-29 148 8 May 2-13 148 9 May 16-27 149 1 June 1-8 149 2 June 10-22 149 3 June 24-29 149 4 July 1-11 149 5 July 12-18 149 6 July 20-29 149 7 August 3-12 149 8 August 15-24 149 9 August 26-31 150 1 September 7-16 150 2 September 19-23 150 3 September 26-30 150 4 October 3-14 150 5 October 17-31 150 6 November 2-16 150 7 November 21-30 150 8 December 2-16 150 9 December 19-30 150 10 1984 January 9-16 151 1 January 18-30 151 2 February 1-17 151 3 February 22-29 151 4 March 2-21 151 5 March 23-30 151 6 April 2-19 151 7 April 20-30 151 8 May 2-14 151 9 May 16-30 152 1 June 1-8 152 2 June 11-22 152 3 June 25-29 152 4 July 2-20 152 5 July 23-27 152 6 August 2-17 152 7 August 22-31 152 8 September 5-14 153 1 September 19-28 153 2 October 3-15 153 3 October 17-31 153 4 November 2-28 153 5 December 5-21 153 6 1985 January 2-16 154 1 January 18-30 154 2 February 4-13 154 3 February 15-28 154 4 March 4-15 154 5 March 24-27 154 6 April 1-23 154 7 April 25-30 154 8 May 8-23 155 1 June 6-28 155 2 July 3-30 155 3 August 2-27 155 4 September 3-26 155 5 October 2-18 155 6 November 4-15 155 7 November 20-27 155 8 December 3-19 155 9 1986 January 2-15 156 1 January 17-28 156 2 February 4-26 156 3 March 5-28 156 4 April 2-28 156 5 May 1-29 156 6 June 5-25 156 7 July 3-30 157 1 August 8-27 157 2 September 3-22 157 3 October 3-27 157 4 Miscellaneous, September 1960-April 1990 157 5 July 1990-September 1994 790 1 March 1995-December 1995 790 2 1996 January 1996-March 1996 790 3 April 1996-May 1996 790 4 June-July 1996 790 5 August-December 1996 790 6 1997 791 1 2002 March 2002 924 5 April 2002 924 6 May 2002 924 7 June 2002 924 8 July 2002 924 9 August 2002 924 10 September 1-15, 2002 924 11 September 16-30, 2002 924 12 October 2002 925 1 November 2002 925 2 December 2002 925 3 2003 January 1-15, 2003 925 4 January 16-30, 2003 925 5 February 2003 925 6 ARC Budget Cuts; February 2003 926 1 March 1-15, 2003 926 2 March 16-31, 2003 926 3 April 2003 926 4 May 2003 926 5 June 2003 926 6 July 2003 926 7 August 2003 926 8 September 1-15, 2003 927 1 September 16-30, 2003 927 2 October 1-15, 2003 927 3 October 16-31, 2003 927 4 November 1-15, 2003 927 5 November 16-30, 2003 927 6 December 2003 927 7 Bacon's Clippings Analysis Reports, March 2002 - June 2003 928 8 2004 January 2004 927 8 February 2004 927 9 March 2004 928 1 April 1-15, 2004 928 2 April 16-30, 2004 928 3 May 2004 928 4 June 2004 928 5 July 2004 928 6 August 1-September 8, 2004 928 7 Maps xv Acid Mine Drainage Maps; 1969 127 1 Streams Affected by Mine Drainage, Northern Appalachian Region, Plates 1-N, 1-S; 1969 791 2 Amount of Acid Mine Drainage in Streams, Northern Appalachian Region, Plates 2-N, 2-S; 1969 791 3 Concentration of Acid Mine Drainage in Streams, Northern Appalachian Region, Plates 3-N, 3-S; 1969 791 4 Occurrence of Acid Mine Drainage Streams and Ground-Water Availability, Northern Appalachian Region, Plates 4-N, 4-S; 1969 791 5 Selected Water Based Recreation Facilities and Acid Mine Drainage Streams, Northern Appalachian Region Only, Plate 5; 1969 791 6 Surface Mine Pollution Abatement and Land Use Impact Investigation; 1975 126 1 Appalachian Region 1976 [as designated by the ARC] 126 2 Appalachian Region 1979 [as designated by the ARC] 126 3 Oil Well Maps: Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia; [c. 1969-1979] 127 2 Multijurisdictional Planning Areas Maps: Region IV; 1971 127 3 Appalachian Development Highway System Map; 1981 127 4 Appalachian Region Congressional Districts; 1983 127 5 Appalachian Region Health Finish-up Areas; [c. 1980's] 127 6 Appalachian Region; July 1992 127 7 Appalachian Development Highway System; 1992 127 8 Appalachian Region Map; N.d. 127 9 Appalachian Regional Map with Counties; N.d. 127 10 Class of Land Surface Forms in the Four Appalachias; N.d. 127 11 Local Development Districts in the Appalachian Region; N.d. 127 12 Oversight Reports xvi Scope and Contents note These materials document investigations of ARC practices or programs by federal government offices or private consultants. In general, these were not evaluations initiated by the ARC and, as a group, can be viewed as a partial record of ARC's public accountability. For overall evaluations of the ARC, initiated and/or conducted by the ARC, see sections under "Program and Project Files": 1970 Evaluation, Program Design, and Regional Plan. For analyses of specific programs or projects initiated by the ARC, see Final Project Reports--Program Analyses. A Report on System Development in Support of Early Operations for the ARC/ System Development Corporation; September 10, 1965 158 1 A Review of the Appalachian Regional Commission Program/ Niles M. Hansen; November 1969 158 2 Study of the Effects of Federal Expenditures on the Economy of Johnson County, Kentucky/ Comptroller General of the United States; February 1971 [includes correspondence] 158 3 Report to Congress: Highway Program Shows Limited Progress Toward Increasing Accessibility to and Through Appalachia/ Comptroller General of the United States; May 12, 1971 [includes correspondence] 158 4 Report on Mail Management Practices of the ARC/ Office of Records Management; August 1972 158 5 Report on Paperwork Management Practices of the ARC/ Office of Records Management; August 1972 158 6 Disposition of Questions Concerning Fiscal Accountability of the States' Regional Representative, ARC/ Comptroller General of the United States; April 7, 1976 158 7 The Appalachian Development Highway System in West Virginia: Too Little Funding Too Late?/ Comptroller General of the United States; November 3, 1976 158 8 Evaluation of Regional Commission Programs: A Beginning/ Robert Wayne Haisten; June 1977 158 9 Title V Regional Commissions: An Evaluation/ Center for Social Analysis (SUNY-Binghampton); [c. 1977] 158 10 The ARC: An Organizational and Operational Analysis/ E. Walton Jones; January 1978 158 11 Management Study of ARC Staff Operation, Part 1/ Booz, Allen, and Hamilton, Inc.; April 12,1978 158 12 Management Study of ARC Staff Operations, Part 2/ Booz, Allen, and Hamilton, Inc.; April 12, 1978 159 1 Draft of a Proposed Report: The ARC is Not Yet A Model for the Nation/ U.S. General Accounting Office; [c. early 1979] 159 2 Comptroller General's Report to the Congress: Should the ARC be Used as a Model for the Nation?/ Comptroller General of the United States; April 27, 1979 159 3 Report to the United States Congress: The ARC Child Development Program: A Continuation of Health, Education, and Welfare; April 1979 159 4 Executive Performance Review Plan: The ARC/ James B. Miles; March 1981 159 5 Inspector General Semiannual Report: October 1989 March 1990/ Office of the Federal Co-Chairman, ARC; May 1990 791 7 Pre-ARC History xvii Scope and Contents note These boxes contain materials primarily from the President's Appalachian Regional Commission (PARC), the forerunner of the ARC. Also of note are the documents generated by the Eastern Kentucky Regional Planning Commission, a group which heavily influenced the creation of the ARC--both in form and content. Program 60: 1960-1970, A Decade of Action for Progress in Eastern Kentucky/ Eastern Kentucky Regional Planning Commission; January 1960 160 1 The Appalachian Region: A Preliminary Analysis of Economic and Population Area/ Maryland Department of Economic Development; May 1960 160 2 Conference of Appalachian Governors, May 1961 160 3 Program 60 Report: Action for Progress in Eastern Kentucky in the First Quarter of the Decade/ Eastern Kentucky Regional Planning Commission; June 1962 160 4 Highway Transportation Planning Proposal for Appalachia"/ Buchart-Horn Consulting Engineers and Planners; April 1963 160 5 Report of the Recreation Subcommittee Physical Resources Committee for the PARC, September 1963 160 6 Appalachia's Forest Resources: Timber Report Prepared for PARC; October 1963 160 7 Draft Proposal for an Appalachian Development Organization/ PARC; October 1963 160 8 Appalachia Interstate Highway System Study/ E.S. Preston and Associates, Ltd.; November 4, 1963 160 9 Presentation on the President's ARC/ Atlanta Reporting Company, Inc.; November 14, 1963 160 10 The Appalachian Regional Commission; [c. 1963] 160 11 The Allegheny Parkway: West Virginia, Virginia, Kentucky: A Report to Congress of the United States/ Department of Interior and Commerce; February 1964 160 12 Information for September Area Briefing on the Use of New Programs in Kentucky Area Development; September 1964 160 13 Report of the Appalachian Institute Committee to the Conference of Appalachian Governors and the President's ARC; October 1964 160 14 Appalachia: A Report by the President's ARC/ PARC; 1964 161 1 Appalachia: A Report by the President's ARC/ PARC; 1964 161 2 A Summary of the Appalachian Development Program; 1964 161 3 Summary Report of the President's ARC/ PARC; 1964 161 4 Comments on Appalachia/ Geo-Technical Services; January 1965 161 5 Project Land: Locations in Appalachia for New Development, A Proposal to the Federal Development Planning Committee for Appalachia/ Conway Research, Inc.; February 1965 161 6 Appalachia: Opportunity of Commerce/ Area Redevelopment Administration; April 1965 161 7 Program and Project Files xviii Scope and Contents note These files vary greatly in their breadth and depth. Most of them contain only background information. Appalachian Education Satellite Project (AESP) and Appalachian Community Service Network (ACSN) i Misc. Material Re: Non-Commercial Educational Television (Listed as Attachments 1-8); 1966 791 8 Highlights of Western Trip (to compare cable systems)/ G. W. Wendel and J. N. Kochenderfer; 1976 791 9 AESP Policies and Procedures Manual; March 1978 791 10 Technical Report Number 5: Equipment Reliability; July 1975 791 11 Technical Report Number 8: Student Achievement: DPRI 1; August 1975 791 12 Technical Report Number 9: Student Achievement: CEE; August 1975 791 13 Technical Report Number 10: Costs Model; September 1975 791 14 Technical Report Number 11: Evaluation: CES; September 1975 791 15 Technical Report Number 13: Literature Review; June 1976 792 1 Technical Report Number 14: Appalachian Needs; June 1976 792 2 Technical Report Number 15: DPRI & CES Follow-up Studies; July 1977 792 3 Technical Report Number 16: Visual Learning; August 1977 792 4 Technical Report Number 19: TYHC - Fall 1977; June 1978 792 5 Technical Report Number 21: DSS& DPRI - Fall 1977; July 1978 792 6 Technical Report Number 23: Workshops - Spring 1978: November 1978 792 7 Technical Report Number 24: TYHC - Spring 1978; November 1978 792 8 Technical Report Number 25: Workshops - Summer 1978 792 9 Technical Report Number 26: RNOC, SG, & DPRI - Summer 1978; May 1979 792 10 Technical Report Number 27: Workshops - Fall 1978; May 1979 792 11 Appalachian Community Service Network (ACSN)-Board Meeting Materials ii Scope and Contents note Appalachian Community Service Network is a successor to the Appalachian Education Satellite Project (AESP), which was first established in the mid-1960's for telecasting graduate courses to receiving sites in eight Appalachian States. Funded, in part, by the ARC and the National Institute of Education, ACSN continued to produce and broadcast educational programming via cable television. These materials reflect primarily the relationship between the ARC and ACSN in the early 1980's. AESP Policies and Procedures Manual, March 1978 162 1 Board Manual, [c. April 1980] 162 2 Board Meeting Materials December 1980 162 3 December 1982 793 1 March 1983 793 2 June 1983 793 3 July 1983 793 4 September 1983 793 5 Correspondence; 1980-84 793 6 Contracts and Grant Agreements [includes correspondence and work plans] 162 4 Employee Discrimination Suits v Saundra Young, et al vs. ACSN; March 1983 793 7 Marianne Truong vs. ACSN; June 1983-March 1984 793 8 Feasibility Study: Reorganizing ACSN from Non-profit to Profit Status vi Feasibility Study: ACSN Reorganizing. September 1982-February 1984. CO-8500-83-1-302-1007 793 9 ACSN Feasibility Study--Draft and Correspondence. ARC# 83-25. CO 8500-83-1-302-1007. 793 10 Finances vii Finances 162 5 ACSN Financial Statements. July 31, 1981; Monthly Reports Beginning November 30, 1982 ending December 31, 1983. Also Report on Examination of Financial Statements September 30, 1981 & 1982 793 11 ACSN-- Transcript of Proceedings; August 24, 1982. 794 1 Miscellaneous 162 6 Programming 163 1 Promotion Materials and Press Releases 163 2-3 Related Materials viii Summary of Operating and Planned U.S. Cable TV Earth Stations/ Community Service Network; June 1979. 794 2 Project to Create New Jobs By Helping Small Business Expand Utilizing Interactive Satellite Television/ International Center for Entrepreneurs, December 1982. 794 3 Operation Opportunity: An Innovative Program To Help American Firms Win in Overseas Markets/Operation Opportunity; November 1983. 794 4 Reports ix Appalachian Community Service Network Proposal to National Institute of Education for Funding, 1979-1980/ ACSN; September 1979. 794 5 Proposal to Develop a Public Telecommunications Service to the U.S. Department of Commerce National Telecommunications and Information Administration/ ACSN; April 1980. 794 6 Proposal for Providing ACSN-The Learning Channel Free To Cable Systems in Distressed Appalachian Centers/ ACSN; [c.1981]. 794 7 Report to the Appalachian Regional Commission from the Appalachian Community Service Network/ACSN; June 1982. 794 8 The Learning Channel (TLC) x Scope and Contents note The Learning Channel (TLC) is a national cable television service offering adult learning and information services. Now a private enterprise, TLC's origin is in the government-based Appalachian Community Service Network of the early 1970s. TLC has programming in four major areas: business and career development, college telecourses, personal enrichment, and parenting and teaching. It has over four million viewers. The materials included are the promotional and press kits produced by The Learning Channel. Promotional and Press Kits; 1984 794 9 January 1981- April 1982 Report 163 4 Final Report of the ACSN to the National Institute of Education, June 1982 163 5 Blacks in Appalachia iii Scope and Contents note These files illustrate the multiple ways in which the ARC often approached a topic or concern. The Black Appalachian Commission (BAC) files consist mainly of correspondence between the ARC and BAC; BAC, formed in 1970, challenged the ARC to be responsive to the needs of African Americans in the region. The materials in the "Black Child Development Institute" file document a case of the ARC acting as a go-between for the region's citizens and other federal funding agencies. Folders 4 and 5 are statistical compilations on topics for which regional data is difficult, if not impossible, to find. March 1968-July 1971 164 1 August 1971-June 1973 and N.d. 164 2 Black Child Development Institute, March 1970-1971 164 3 Colleges with Black Students, March 1971-December 1971 164 4 LDD Minority Survey, 1971 164 5 Comprehensive Annotated Research Bibliography (CARB) iv Scope and Contents note ARC contracted with West Virginia University to produce the Comprehensive Annotated Research Bibliography on the Appalachian Region from 1966 to 1981. The quarterly publication Appalachian Outlook, published by West Virginia University, continues the project. April 8, 1966-March 16, 1972 165 1 June 13, 1972-April 27, 1981 165 2 Distressed Counties Program v Scope and Contents note The ARC identified about 90 counties in various states which were "distressed and underdeveloped" in 1981. These counties, located mainly in Central Appalachia, became eligible for special funding consideration in 1983 when the Commission's "Finish-Up Program" was accepted by Congress as part of the revised ARC program policies. This program assists counties in developing safe water and sewage systems. [See Finish-Up, Boxes 170-172, for related materials] Background Information, N.d. 165 3 Reports on Trips to Counties by ARC Staff, December 1981 [Alabama, Kentucky, Tennessee] 165 4 Pickens County, Alabama 165 5 Noxubee County, Mississippi 165 6 Pendleton County, West Virginia 165 7 East Alabama Regional Library System vi Scope and Contents note The East Alabama Regional Library System operated under ARC contract funding from June 1, 1974 through May 31, 1975. EARLS central goal was to establish a regional or multi-county library system able to reach isolated, rural areas by using bookmobiles. March 27, 1973-September 27, 1974 166 1 October 30, 1974-April 30, 1975 166 2 May 8, 1975-June 26, 1975 166 3 July 21, 1975-September 14, 1977; N.d. 166 4 1970 Evaluation vii Scope and Contents note In 1970 the Commission initiated a permanent evaluation system in order to maintain a continuing assessment of the impact and the effectiveness of its Appalachian programs. A large part of this evaluation was conducted by independent evaluators who, in turn, submitted their work to an independent evaluation panel for review prior to its submission to the Commission. Study Evaluation Papers A Description of the Commission Evaluation Program; December 1970, [no. 0] 167 1 Impact of ARC, Assisted Public Investment in Selected Growth Centers; December 1970, no.1 167 2-3 The Vocational Educational Program in Appalachia from 1966 through Fiscal 1969, An Appraisal; January 1971, no.2 167 4 The Appalachian Development Highway Program in Perspective; January 1971, no.3 167 5 Strategy of Appalachian Development; January 191, no.4 167 6 Education Programs; January 1971, no.5 167 7 Appalachian Housing Programs; January 1970, no. 6 167 8 Legislative History of the Appalachian Program Updated Through 1970; January 1971, [no. 7] 167 9 The Allocation of Resources of the Appalachian Program Updated Through 1970; December 1970, no. 8 167 10 Coordination of the Commission Program with the Federal Government; March 1971, no.9 167 11 Evaluation of State Development Planning in Appalachia; January 1971, no. 10 168 1 Historical Evaluation of the ARC''s Role in Natural Resource Development and Environmental Impact Background; January 1971, no. 11 168 2 Administration of the Appalachian Regional Program in the States; March 1971, no. 12 168 3 An Analysis of the Growth Center Strategy of the Appalachian Regional Commission; March 1971, no. 13 168 4 Local Development Districts; April 1971, no. 14 168 5 The First Years of the Appalachian Health Program, An Interim Evaluation; October 1970, no. 15 168 6-7 A Description of the ARC's Program of Land Stabilization, Conservation and Erosion Control; January 1971, no. 16 168 8 Summaries Five Years In Appalachia: Executive Director's Semi-Annual Report A Preliminary Evaluation 169 1 The Appalachian Experiment 1965-1970 169 2 Appalachian Regional Commission, Evaluation Program Highlights 1970-71 169 3 Summary Evaluation of the Appalachian Regional Commission [Evaluation Panel's Draft] 169 4 Summary Report of the ARC Evaluation [Commission Review Report] 169 5 Testimony Appendix to Testimony of John Waters, Federal Co-Chairman for ARC before the Public Works U.S. Senate 169 6 Background Materials Pre-1970 Staff Evaluations 169 7-8 Finish-Up viii Scope and Contents note The Finish-Up Program was the ARC's response to the Reagan Administration's 1980 plan to cease funding support for all ARC non-highway projects and to transfer highway projects to the Department of Transportation. After each state conducted studies focusing on the projected impact of recession and hearings were conducted in 1982, legislation was passed extending the Appalachian Regional Development Act. It was a crucial time, however, and these files reflect the crisis. The categories from 1980-1983 include Congressional District Impact Statements from each member state, Futures Material, Hearings, Ideas, Legislation and General. "Futures Material" contains notes for and rough drafts of projected yearly plans. "Ideas" contains material such as ARC staff suggestions and a work program for the report to Congress; "Hearings" contains material such as anticipated Congressional questions regarding programs and in-depth responses, and statements given during the 1982 hearings by Senators, Governors, and witnesses. These documents portray the time and effort expended towards fiscal survival and redirecting Commission program priorities to emphasize highway completion. The Finish-Up strategy was projected for 3-5 years, but the ARC succeeded in maintaining diminished but ongoing Congressional funding support and the mandate to disband it was removed. Completed Congressional District Impact Statement Alabama 170 1 Georgia 170 2 Kentucky 170 3 Maryland 170 4 Mississippi 170 5 New York 170 6 North Carolina 170 7 Ohio 170 8 Pennsylvania 170 9 South Carolina 170 10 Tennessee 170 11 Virginia 170 12 West Virginia 170 13 Profile- Tennessee 170 14 Profile- Virginia 170 15 Executive File Scope and Contents note This file contains correspondence between ARC officials and OMB director David Stockman and other major documents from the Finish-Up process. It serves as a summary file. November 1981-September 1983 170 16 Futures Material 1980 Federal Multi-State Organizations 171 1 Local Development Districts 171 2 1981 ARC's Non-Highway Finish-Up Program 171 3 Block Grants 171 4 Impact of Reagan Administration Budget 171 5 Jobs and Private Investment 171 6 Legislative Work Plan and Concept Papers 171 7 Memorandum 171 8 Post EDA/ARC 171 9 Shared Power 171 10 1982 Quick Queries [Alabama, Ohio, Tennessee, West Virginia] 171 11 1983 ARC Media Release 171 12 General 1980 States' Response to Targeted Needs and Goals 171 13 Challenges 171 14 Miscellanous States 171 15 1981 Analysis of Georgia Distressed County Indicator Suggestion; Distressed and Underdeveloped Counties in Appalachia 171 16 Clarification and Further Instructions Regarding the Report to Congress [Wenger/Moravitz to State Alternates] 171 17 Ideas for Implementation 171 18 Maximum Use of Minimum Funds 171 19 Letter [Governor Lamar Alexander, TN to David A. Stockman, Director OMB] 171 20 Questions 171 21 State Investment Strategy 171 22 Draft Comments: Appropriations 171 23 1982 Intergovermental Review of Federal Programs, Executive Order 12372 171 24 Resolutions 171 25 Hearings January 19, 1982 Testimony: Witness 171 26 Travel Correspondence 171 27 March 29, 1982 Testimony: Governors 171 28 Testimony: Senators 171 29 Testimony: Witnesses 171 30 Questions 171 31 Summary of Panel on Distressed Counties 171 32 Ideas 1980 Project Control 172 1 1980-1981 Evaluation Program 172 2 1981 Area Development Program Questions 172 3 Coal 172 4 Education 172 5 Health 172 6 Housing 172 7 Methodology for Identifying Severely Distressed Counties in Appalachia 172 8 Miscellanous States 172 9 Progress Report on Areas of Special Concern 172 10 Proposed ARC Finish-up Program 172 11 Quick Query: Georgia 172 12 Staff Responses 172 13 Suggested Alternatives to Finish-up Program 172 14 Work Program for the Report to Congress 172 15 Legislation Draft Remarks on H.R. 6100 172 16 Excerpt from Congressional Record, U.S. House of Representatives; August 12, 1982 172 17 H.R. 6100 and S. 2144 172 18 Floods ix Scope and Contents note These files document the flood recovery and control efforts of the ARC, the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers (USCOE), the National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA); and an ARC field effort, the Central Appalachia Development Project (CADP). Tug Fork Project xi Scope and Contents note The Tug Fork Project was a cooperative effort between the USCOE, CADP, and the ARC, to provide flood control and recovery, along with housing and economic development, to the Tug Fork Region of Kentucky, Virginia and West Virginia. This project was begun as a result of Congressional action after the Corps of Engineers reported in 1970 on the flooding conditions in the region. The 1974 Water Resources Development Act authorized the Corps of Engineers to develop a comprehensive flood protection plan for the Tug Valley. The USCOE contracted with ABT Associates, Inc. of Cambridge, Massachusetts, to do detailed historical, demographic, economic and land use studies. The USCOE was also responsible for dredging stream beds, dam construction and repair, plus housing/business relocation above the flood plain. The CADP provided local community contact with the USCOE and assisted in obtaining right of entry permission where needed. They also coordinated the activities of planning groups. The ARC supervised and acted as liaison for the project. Report on Tug Fork, USCOE; July 1970 173 1 Description and Analysis of Historic Development, Draft Report; March 12, 1979, ABT Associates 173 2 Demographic Analysis and Appendices, Draft Report, ABT Associates; April 4, 1979 173 3-5 174 1-2 Economic Analysis and Appendices, Draft Report, ABT Associates; May 11, 1979 174 3-5 Analysis of Coal Mining and Economic Activity Appendix, ABT Associates; April 13, 1979 175 1 Interagency Cooperation Plans for Tug Fork Project [Includes correspondence form February 1978 to July 1980, supporting statistics and financial agreements] 175 2 CADP Housing and Development [Includes statistics, meeting documents and plans, September 1978 to February 1982] 175 3 Planning Groups' Correspondence 175 4 Local Government and Community Meetings 175 5 USCOE Right of Entry [Includes correspondence and contracts] 175 6 Related Materials 175 7 Tug Fork Valley Flood Damage Reduction Plan, Draft Main Report [Appendices A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, and L follow], USCOE; July, 1981 176 1 Appendix A, Problem Identification 176 2 Appendix B, Formulation, Assessment and Evaluation 176 3 Appendix C, Plan Implementation and Appendix D, Public Views and Response 176 4 Appendix E, Human Costs Assessment: The Impact of Flooding and Nonstructural Solutions 176 5 Appendix F, Social and Cultural Resources and Appendix G, Environmental Baseline Conditions 177 1 Appendix H, Environmental Design and Mitigation and Appendix I, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Report 177 2 Appendix J, Hydrology and Hydraulics 177 3 Appendix K, Engineering Design and Costs 177 4 Appendix L, Housing and Community Development Design and Costs 177 5 Tug Fork Valley Flood Damage Reduction Plan/ USCOE; December 1982 Tug Fork Valley Flood Damage Reduction Plan, Main Report and Environmental Impact Statement (Appendices A-L follow)/ USCOE; December 1982 795 1 Appendix A, Problem Identification [Incomplete Copy of General Design Memorandum--title page and table of contents only] 795 2 Appendix B, Formulation, Assessment, and Evaluation, General Design Memorandum; December 1982 795 3 Appendix C, Plan Implementation and Appendix D, Public Views and Responses; December 1982 795 4 Appendix G, Environmental Baseline Conditions, General Design Memorandum (incomplete--title page, table of contents, and errata sheet only); December 1982 795 5 Appendix H, Environmental Design and Mitigation [Title Page and Table of Contents only] 795 6 Appendix I, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Report, General Design Memorandum; December 1982 795 7 Appendix J, Hydrology and Hydraulics [Title Page and Table of Contents only] 795 8 Appendix K, Engineering Design and Costs [Title Page and Table of Contents only] 795 9 Appendix L, Housing and Community Development Design and Costs, Incomplete Report on Tug Fork H&CD Components; September 1980 795 10 Appendix L, Housing and Community Development Design and Costs [Title Page and Table of Contents only] 795 11 Misc. Hand-Drawn Maps Accompanying Tug Fork Project Material 795 12 Central Appalachia Development Project (CADP) Scope and Contents note The CADP was begun in 1977 to assist in identifying and implementing solutions to flood related problems in 45 central Appalachian counties. These counties were declared disaster areas as a result of floods during the spring of 1977. The counties were located in Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia. Funding for a three year period was provided by the ARC. These activities were in addition to the Tug Fork Project and done cooperatively with the USCOE. Administration; January 1978-July 1981 [Includes work plans, reports of past and future daily operations, planning and schedules for project termination, and evaluation of project.] 178 1 Budgets and Finances; April 1978-August 1981 178 2 Monthly Reports; November 1978-May 1981 178 3 Personnel; October 1978-June 1980 178 4 Related Materials 178 5 NOAA Flash Flood Warning Program Scope and Contents note During the fall of 1978, the ARC and the NOAA formed a joint program to provide local flash flood warnings for the Central Appalachian region. Flash Flood Warning Program, September 1978-March 1982 178 6 News Clippings 178 7 Highway Studies x Scope and Contents note As this collection has grown significantly in terms of the materials in regard to the Appalachian Development Highway System, it has since become its own section. The materials that used to be here can now be located under the heading "Appalachian Development Highway System," following the Local Development Districts. Individual final reports can also be found in the "Final Project Reports" section, under both individual states and regional. Program Design xi Scope and Contents note The Program Design Project was an attempt to evaluate the ARC's impact during its first seven years and to make plans for future programs based on the evaluation. Conducted from 1972-1975, the bulk of the study was done in 1973-1974. The ARC staff solicited program assessments from outsiders who were familiar with the programs, including mayors, Local Development District (LDD) staff and Board members, and former managers of ARC-funded projects. These reports and opinions were used by staff in evaluating the program and planning future program emphases. The files are arranged by topic, e.g. Housing, Education, Environment, etc. There are also "General" files and several files from an oversight committee. The "General" files contain Commission correspondence between ARC staff, state officials and Commission members which gives overviews of meetings, future plans and reports on post-program design activities. The Institutional Development Strategy subcommittee, composed of appointed Commission members and staff, acted as an oversight committee to coordinate the time schedules for the topical program activities. They also served as liaison for the Executive Director and Federal Co-chairs, and compiled the individual reports into summary documents. These records were collected by ARC staff member, Paige Ingraham. Education Study September 1967-January 1974 187 1 February 1974-June 1974 187 2 July 1974-September 1974 187 3 October 1974-July 1975 187 4 Enterprise Development Study October 1973-March 1974 187 5 April 1974-1974; N.d. 187 6 Field Trip Notes, March 1974-June 1974 188 1 Final Reports July 1973-January 1975 188 2 January 1975 (cont.)-June 1975 188 3 December 1975 188 4 General, September 1972-July 1974, N.d. 189 1 Health and Child Development 1973-January 1974 189 2 February-May 1974 189 3 June-December 1974 189 4 [c. 1974]-1975 189 5 Housing and Community Development May 1972-May 1974 190 1 June 1974-1975 190 2 Institutional and Development Strategy Subcommittee August 1967-February 1974 191 1 [c. 1973-1974] 191 2 March 1974-June 1974 191 3 July 1974 191 4 August 1974-December 1974 191 5 January-May 1975; N.d. 191 6 Kentucky, December 1973 192 1 LDD Input, February 1971-September 1974; N.d. 192 2 LDD Support, 1970-July 1980; N.d. 192 3 Natural Resources, Energy and Environment December 1972-December 1973 192 4 January-June 1974 192 5 July-November 1974 192 6 December 1974-1975; N.d. 192 7 News Clippings, July 1974-October 1974 192 8 Report to Support Proposed Legislation, March 10, 1975 193 1 Regional Overview, September 1973 193 2 Research, 1974-1975 193 3 Sub-Regional Budget Request 1974 193 4 1975 193 5 Sub-Regional Strategies General, 1966-1980 194 1 Central, March 1974-1975; N.d. 194 2 Northern, 1974-1975; N.d. 194 3 Southern, March 1974-1975; N.d. 194 4 Tourism and Cultural Affairs, January 1974-December 1974 194 5 Transportation December 1973-May 1974 194 6 June 1974-July 1974 194 7 August 1974-January 1975; N.d. 194 8 Workplans October 1973-December 1974 195 1 April 1975-1976; N.d. 195 2 Program Survey xii Scope and Contents note In 1971 the ARC's Division of Regional Program Planning and Evaluation undertook a survey of funded ARC projects to update their computerized project file. No evidence is included to indicate the completion of the survey. The file "Miscellaneous" contains internal memos about the ARC's evaluative project surveys. Assignments 195 3 Correspondence 195 4 General Instructions 195 5 Letter to District Coordinator 195 6 Miscellaneous 195 7 Survey Form 195 8 Regional Plan xiii Scope and Contents note Mandated by Congressional amendments to the ARDA in 1975, the ARC was directed to assess the changing conditions in the Region occurring since 1965, and to prepare an overall Regional Plan defining goals, objectives, and priorities. Prior to 1975, the ARC's focus on planning was to assist the states in their annual development plans and then bring each plan together under one cover: Appalachian Plan. These materials document the process of creating a coordinated overall regional plan encompassing "local, state, and federal development efforts for the best use of public funds and the stimulation of private investment for development." The Plan's aim was to provide regional guidance in planning as well as a policy framework for the ARC program. The making of the Regional Plan was a form of self-study and evaluation for the ARC. See "1970 Evaluation' (Boxes 167-169) and "Program Design" (Boxes 187-195), also in this section, for earlier evaluations to compare how methods varied. November 1972-May 1976 196 1 June 1976-October 1976 196 2 November 1976-December 1976 196 3 January 1977-May 1977 196 4 June 1977-July 18, 1977 196 5 July 20, 1977-July 31, 1977 197 1 August 1977-December 1977 197 2 January 1978-May 1978 197 3 June 1978-[c. late 1970s] 197 4 N.d. 197 5 Local Public Meetings on Planning Process March-June 1977 198 1 Summer 1977 198 2 July-December 1977; N.d. 198 3 Pennsylvania, 1977 198 4 Publications xix Scope and Contents note Of these official ARC publications, most are periodicals, and only the magazine, Appalachia, is currently published. (An earlier publication, Appalachian Reporter, is located in Special Collections' Appalachian Collection.) Appalachia Vol. 1, No. 1-11 (September 1967-August 1968) 199 1 Vol. 2, No. 1-10 (September 1968-August 1969) 199 2 Vol. 3, No. 1-10 (September 1969-August 1970) 199 3 Vol. 4, No. 1-9 (September 1970-September 1971) 199 4 Vol. 5, No. 1-7 (October 1971-August 1972) 200 1 Vol. 6, No. 1-6 (September 1972-July 1973) 200 2 Vol. 7, No. 1-6 (August 1973-July 1974) 200 3 Vol. 8, No. 1-6 (August 1974-July 1975) 200 4 Vol. 9, No. 1-6 (August 1975-July 1976) 200 5 Vol. 10, No. 1-6 (August 1976-July 1977) 200 6 Vol. 11, No. 1-6 (August 1977-July 1978) 201 1 Vol. 12, No. 1-5 (August 1978-June 1979) 201 2 Vol. 13, No. 1-6 (September 1979-August 1980) 201 3 Vol. 14, No. 1-6 (September 1980-August 1981) 201 4 Vol. 15, No. 1-5 (September 1981-June 1982) 201 5 Vol. 16, No. 1-6 (July 1982-June 1983) & Vol. 17, No. 1 (July-October 1983) 201 6 Vol. 17, No. 2-6 (November 1983-August 1984) 201 7 Vol. 18, No. 1-6, Vol. 19, No. 1 (September 1984-Fall 1985) 201 8 Vol. 19, No. 2-6 (Spring 1986, Fall 1986) 202 1 Vol. 20, No. 1-2 (Summer 1987, Fall 1987) 202 2 Vol. 21, No. 1-3 (Winter 1988, Spring 1988, Fall 1988) 202 3 Vol. 22, No. 1-4 (Winter 1989, Spring 1989, Summer 1989, Fall 1989) 202 4 Vol. 23, No. 1-3 (Winter-Summer 1990) 796 1 Vol. 24, No. 1-3 (Winter-Summer 1991) 796 2 Vol. 25, No. 1-4 (Winter-Fall 1992) 796 3 Vol. 26, No. 1-4 (Winter-Fall 1993) 796 4 Vol. 27, No. 1-4 (Winter-Fall 1994) 796 5 Vol. 28, No. 1-4 (Winter--Fall 1995) 796 6 Vol. 29, No. 1-3 (January-December 1996) 796 7 Vol. 30, No. 1-3 (January-December 1997) 796 8 Vol. 32, No. 1 (January-April 1999) 928 9 Vol. 32, No. 2 (May-August 1999) 928 10 Vol. 32, No. 3 (September-December 1999) 928 11 Vol. 33, No. 1-3 (January-December 2000) 796 9 Vol. 34, No. 1-3 (January-December 2001) 796 10 Vol. 35, No. 1-3 (January-December 2002) 796 11 Vol. 36, No. 1 (January-June 2003) 928 12 Vol. 36, No. 2 (July-December 2003) 928 13 Vol. 37-38 (2004-2005) 928 14 Vol. 39 (2008) 928 15 Appalachian Digest Appalachian Digest, Vol. 1 No. 1-Vol. 2 No. 1, January 1966-March 1967 202 5 January 6, 1975-March 25, 1976 202 6 May 3, 1976-August 29, 1977 202 7 Appalachian Reporter September 1995 & October/November 1995 796 12 March/April, May/June, July/August, September/October, November/December 1996 796 13 March/April, July/August, September/November 1997 796 14 January-March 1998 796 15 Miscellaneous Miscellaneous 202 8 Discover Appalachia; [c. 1990] 796 16 A Unique Partnership for Rural Economic Development; February 1993 796 17 Press Releases Press Releases 202 9 Press Releases May & October 1990; March & April 1991; March & November 1992; October 1993; February 1994; February, March & June 1995 797 1 The Research Review The Research Review October 1968 797 2 The Research Review August 1969 797 3 Update Appalachia Update Appalachia, January 13, 1978-April 27, 1978 202 10 Youth Lights August 1990-November 1990 797 4 Reports and Testimony to the Federal Government xx Statement by John L. Sweeney, Federal Co-Chairman, ARC, Before the Senate Public Works Committee; January 24, 1967 203 1 Statement by John L. Sweeney, Assistant Secretary for Department of Transportation and Former Federal Co-Chairman, ARC, Before the Ad Hoc Subcommittee on Appalachia of the Committee on Public Works of the United States House of Representatives; [c. May 1967] 203 2 Statement of Joe W. Fleming, Federal Co-Chairman of the ARC, Before the Subcommittee on Financing and Investment of Senate Select Committee on Business; June 27, 1968 203 3 Statement by Joe W. Fleming, Federal Co-Chairman of the ARC, Before the Subcommittee on Government Research of the Senate Committee on Government Operations; [c. 1968] 203 4 Statement of the Governor of Virginia to the Subcommittee on Regional Development of the Committee of Public Works, United States Senate; March 1969 203 5 Statement of the Honorable Mills E. Godwin Jr., Governor of Virginia, to the Ad Hoc Committee on Appalachia of the Committee of Public Works, U.S. House of Representatives; March 25, 1969 203 6 Testimony of John B. Waters Jr., Federal Co-Chairman, ARC, Before the Special Subcommittee on Economic Development Programs, Committee of Public Works, House of Representatives; October 2, 1969 203 7 Information on ARC Research for the President's Committee on Social Program Research (Draft); June 5, 1970 203 8 Draft Testimony for Mr. Waters' Presentation to the President's Committee on Social Program Research; June 9, 1970 203 9 Comments and Review: A Plan for the Development of Water Resources in Appalachia Submitted to the President of the United States; [c. June 1970] 203 10 Testimony of Honorable Arch Moore Jr., Governor of West Virginia, States' Co-Chairman, ARC, Before the Subcommitee on Economic Development of the Committee on Public Works, U.S. Senate; February 8, 1971 203 11 Testimony by Donald W. Whitehead, Federal Co-Chairman of the ARC, Before the Subcommittee on Minerals, Materials and Fuels, Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, United States Senate; February 24, 1972 203 12 Statement by the Honorable Jimmy Carter, Governor of Georgia, to the Subcommittee on Economic Development of the Committee on Public Works by U.S. Senate; April 26, 1972 203 13 Statement by Donald W. Whitehead, Federal Co-Chairman, ARC, Before the Select Committee on Small Business, House of Representatives, The Future of Small Business"; May 4, 1972 203 14 Statement of Donald W. Whitehead, Federal Co-Chairman, ARC, on the 1973 Supplemental Request Before the House Appropriations Committee; July 21, 1972 203 15 For Comments and Review: A Plan for the Development of Water Resources in Appalachia Submitted to the President of the United States; September 1972 203 16 Response to Questions Asked by the General Accounting Office [re: A Review of the ARC]; April 16, 1973 203 17 A Report Prepared to Support and Explain A Proposed Legislative Program, Adopted in September 1974; March 10, 1975 203 18 Testimony by Ralph R. Widner, Director, Academy for Contemporary Problems, Before the Subcommittee on Economic, Committee on Public Works; March 11, 1975 203 19 Statement by the Honorable Robert W. Scott, Federal Co-Chairman, ARC, Before the Subcommittee on Regional and Community Development on S. 1493, "Inland Energy Development Impact Assistance Act of 1977;" August 2, 1977 203 20 ARC Response to GAO Report; January-June 1979 204 1-2 Hearings Before the Committee on Environment and Public Works, United States Senate: ARC Budget Review Hearing; February 21, 1979 204 3 A Report to Congress on the Continuation of the ARC: An Overview; February 1979 204 4 A Report to Congress on the Continuation of the ARC; March 1979 204 5 Report to the United States Congress: The ARC Child Development Program, A Continuation Funding Study Required by PL95-193; April 1979 204 6 A Report to Congress from Appalachian Governors Concerning the ARC/ Appalachian Governors; December 31, 1981 204 7 Appearance and Preliminary Statement of Comments of the ARC to the Interstate Commerce Commission; N.d. 204 8 A Report by the ARC to the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works: Columbiana County, Ohio; June 15, 1990 797 5 Research and Demonstration Projects Funded xxi Scope and Contents note Included are outlines of proposed research, listings of research conducted, procedures for proposing research, and surveys of research applications. A Bibliography of Research Studies; August 1969, June 1970 205 1 Demonstration Health Program: Summary of Projects Funded by ARC; [c. 1969] 797 6 January 1973 and November 1974 205 2 June 30, 1976 205 3 Proposed Research; FY 1968, February 7, 1968, FY 1969, FY 1979 205 4 Research Program Prospectus; FY 1980, FY 1981 205 5 FY 1965-1972 206 1 January 14, 1972 206 2 Uses of Research on Energy, Environment, and Natural Resources; April 1975, May 1976, and June 1976 206 3 ARC Primary Care Centers; October 1977 797 7 Final Reports From the Research Program; March 1991-February 1994 797 8 Setting a Regional Agenda/ ARC Strategic Plan; February 4, 1996 797 9 Moving Appalachia Forward/ ARC Strategic Plan 2005-2010; October 2004 928 16 ARC Site Visits xxii Scope and Contents note Visits were made to Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia, Western Carolina University in Cullowhee, North Carolina, and an unknown location in north Georgia circa 1960s. These materials are very miscellaneous and do not clarify the purpose of the visits. Site Visits 206 4 Speeches and Presentations by Staff xxiii Growth and Appalachia/ Monroe Newman; [c. 1965] 207 1 Remarks, Annual Convention of the Pennsylvania Political Science and Public Administration Association/ Ralph R. Widner; April 2, 1966 207 2 Federal Tools to Help Restore Pennsylvania's Natural Beauty/ Ralph R. Widner; September 12, 1966 207 3 Experiment in Appalachia/ Ralph R. Widner; January 31, 1967 207 4 Politics and Regional Development/ Ralph R. Widner; March 31, 1967 207 5 Unlocking Appalachia's Potential/ Ralph R. Widner; April 10-12, 1967 207 6 Freedom and Planning/ Ralph R. Widner; April 17, 1967 207 7 Unlocking Your Community's Potential for Growth/ Ralph R. Widner; May 16, 1967 207 8 Science, Technology, and Regional Development/ Ralph R. Widner; May 19, 1967 207 9 Housing in Appalachia/ Ralph R. Widner; June 5, 1967 207 10 Planning in America/ Ralph R. Widner; June 15, 1967 207 11 State Planning and the Appalachian Regional Development Program/ Ralph R. Widner; August 9, 1967 207 12 Report to the Appalachian Governors/ Ralph R. Widner; September 13, 1967 207 13 Coordination of Federal Programs at the County Level to Promote County Development; September 21, 1967 207 14 The Appalachian Regional Development Program/ Ralph R. Widner; October 11, 1967 207 15 Four Appalachias/ Ralph R. Widner; October 18, 1967 207 16 How to Help a Region Grow/ Ralph R. Widner; October 23, 1967 207 17 New Policies for National Development/ Ralph R. Widner; February 14, 1968 207 18 Appalachian Progress in Georgia/ Ralph R. Widner; April 29, 1968 207 19 Natural Resources and Regional Development in Appalachia/ Ralph R. Widner; May 7, 1968 207 20 State Planning in Interstate Regions/ Ralph R. Widner; May 8, 1968 207 21 What a Local Community Needs to Know for Growth/ Ralph R. Widner; May 15, 1968 207 22 The States, Regions, and the Rural to Urban Population Shift/ Ralph R. Widner; May 18, 1968 207 23 An Alliance for Growth/ Ralph R. Widner; June 26, 1968 207 24 Regional Planning in the United States/ Ralph R. Widner; July 16, 1968 207 25 A Challenge to Action: Research and Planning for Regional Development/ Ralph R. Widner; July 16, 1968 207 26 A Regional Research Program for Appalachia/ Monroe Newman; August 19, 1968 207 27 The Role of Urbanization in Appalachian Regional Development/ Ralph R. Widner; August 19, 1968 207 28 The Strategy for Regional Development in Appalachia/ John D. Whisman; August 19, 1968 207 29 The Impact of Population Patterns on Natural Resources: Conservation for a New America/ Ralph R. Widner; August 20, 1968 207 30 Speeches Presented at the Chief State School Officers Meeting; September 23-24, 1968 797 10 The Underdeveloped World in America/ Ralph R. Widner; September 26, 1968 207 31 The Application of Systems Planning to Regional Development/ Ralph R. Widner; October 14, 1968 207 32 Building an Appalachian Alliance fo Growth/ Ralph R. Widner; October 16, 1968 207 33 An Alliance for Growth/ Ralph R. Widner; October 24, 1968 207 34 Appalachia: A Challenge to Citizenship/ Ralph R. Widner November 6, 1968 207 35 Economic and Social Change: An Evaluation of Current Federal, State, and Local Programs/ Ralph R. Widner; January 25, 1969 207 36 The Application of Systems Planning to Economic and Social Problems/ Ralph R. Widner; February 19, 1969 207 37 Progress in Appalachian North Carolina Since 1965/ Ralph R. Widner; April 8, 1969 207 38 Appalachia: A Challenge to Citizenship/ Ralph R. Widner; April 18, 1969 207 39 The Application of Systems Planning to Regional Development/ Ralph R. Widner; April 23, 1969 207 40 Economic Development in Lagging Regions: The Appalachia Experience/ Ralph R. Widner; May 27, 1969 207 41 Migration, Urban Growth, and the Economy in Appalachia/ Ralph R. Widner; July 10, 1969 207 42 Legal Services and the Appalachian Regional Development Program/ Ralph R. Widner; July 25, 1969 207 43 Rural Areas in an Urban Economy/ Monroe Newman and Eli P. March; August 18, 1969 208 1 Appalachia after 4 Years; September 17, 1969 208 2 Why Regionalism?/ Ralph R. Widner; September 24, 1969 208 3 Local Government and the Development of Pennsylvania/ Ralph R. Widner; October 9, 1969 208 4 The Role of the States in an National Growth Policy/ Ralph R. Widner; April 9, 1970 208 5 Planning for a Better Environment/ Ralph R. Widner; April 14, 1970 208 6 The States and a National Urban Policy/ Ralph R. Widner; June 11, 1970 208 7 Why Regionalism?/ Ralph R. Widner; June 26, 1970 208 8 Appalachia After Five Years/ Ralph R. Widner; July 26, 1970 208 9 Toward A Policy for National Growth/ Ralph R. Widner; August 11, 1970 208 10 Land Pollution in Pennsylvania: Who is Responsible?/ Ralph R. Widner; August 1970 208 11 Teamwork for Economic Development/ Ralph R. Widner; September 17, 1970 208 12 The Regional Approach to Environmental Improvement/ Ralph R. Widner; September 18, 1970 208 13 Appalachia: America's Oldest or Newest Frontier?/ Ralph R. Widner; October 1, 1970 208 14 Science, Technology, and the Public Welfare/ Ralph R. Widner; October 14, 1970 208 15 The Political Implementation of Regional Theory: The Appalachian Experience/ Ralph R. Widner; November 13, 1970 208 16 People, Forests, and Timber/ Ralph R. Widner; November 23-24, 1970 208 17 A Roundup on Regional Development/ Ralph R. Widner; January 1971 208 18 Experiment in Appalachia/ Ralph R. Widner; March 15, 1971 208 19 Politics and the Environment/ Ralph R. Widner; April 25, 1971 208 20 Pioneers! O Pioneers!/ Ralph R. Widner; May 30, 1971 208 21 A Regional Approach to a National Growth Strategy/ Ralph R. Widner; June 3, 1971 208 22 Appalachia: Where Do We Go From Here?/ Ralph R. Widner/ October 5, 1971 208 23 People, Politics, and Technology: Pre-Systematic Approaches to Social and Economic Problems Possible?/ Ralph R. Widner; October 13, 1971 208 24 The Future of Appalachian Coal/ Ralph R. Widner; October 14, 1971 208 25 Report to the Governors of the Appalachian Region/ Ralph R. Widner; November 10, 1971 208 26 Statement of Issues in Organization and Area Development/ Richard M. Hausler; December 11-12, 1972 208 27 Comments on Potential National Regional Development Approaches/ John D. Whisman; January 29, 1973 208 28 Emerging Perspective on Energy Developments in Appalachia/ Donald D. Whitehead; [c. 1975] 208 29 The Permit Requirements to Site Coal Production Facilities in the Appalachian Region/ Jack M. Campbell and David R. Maneval; March 6-7, 1977 208 30 Comments on Regional Development Programs and a History of the Appalachian Regional Commission/ John D. Whisman; September 1, 1980 797 11 Address by Ralph R. Widner; N.d. 208 31 Slide Show Presentation Scripts, Appalachian Region; N.d. 797 12 Staff Reports xxiv Scope and Contents note Arranged topically and then chronologically, these are primarily drafts and "For discussion only" papers, not intended to be finished project reports. Also included are statistical reports that were in a rough draft format, or appeared to be for internal use only. For finished reports compiled by the ARC see "Final Project Reports--Regional" beginning at Box 540. General Demographic Studies Current Statistical Report Number 1: Population and Net Migration Trends in the Appalachian Region; March 1971 209 1 Current Statistical Report Number 2: Per Capita Income Trends in the Appalachia Region; March 1971 209 2 Current Statistical Report Number 3: Population Change in the Appalachian Region: June 1971 209 3 Current Statistical Report Number 4: Blacks in Appalachia, Population Trends 1960-1970; December 1971 209 4 Appalachian Region Population by County and Development District 1950/1960/1970; August 1972 209 5 Current Statistical Report Number 5: Poverty Trends in the Appalachian Region; March 1973 209 6 Provisional Components of Population Change in the Appalachian Region, 1970-1972; December 1973 209 7 Population Trends in the Appalachian Region, 1973, with Projections to 1980/ J.P. Pickard; December 1974 209 8 Selected Facts About Appalachia; November 9, 1976 209 9 1980 Census Population by State and County within Region; January 1986 209 10 Appalachian Metropolitan Areas/ Appalachian Metropolitan Statistical Areas; September 1990 797 13 Energy and Natural Resources The Suggested Substance of a Surface Mining Reclamation Statute and Inspection System-Draft/ Hugh B. Montgomery; [c. 1966] 209 11 The Role of Water Resources in Appalachian Development; [c. February 1970] 209 12 A Plan for the Development of Water Resources in Appalachia; June 1970 209 13 A Plan for the Development of Water Resources in Appalachia, Draft; [c. June 1970] 797 14 The Economic Impact of Public Policy of the Appalachian Coal Industry and Regional Economy; April 1973 209 14 Enterprise Development: Concept Paper and Comments; [c. Summer 1975] 209 15 Comparative Analysis of the President's Energy Plan; July 1977 209 16 Assorted Papers, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, Forestry Sciences Laboratory/ USDA Forest Service; 1976-1977. 797 15-16 Is a Regional Energy Policy Desirable; N.d. 209 17 Manganese: An ARC Staff Background Paper; March 1990 797 17 Growth Policy Developing a Strategy for Growth: Outline for an Appalachian Regional Research Program; November 1965 210 1 Developing a Strategy for Growth: A Summary of the Research and Planning Objectives of the ARC; October 1966 210 2 Developing a Strategy for Growth: Outline for an Appalachian Regional Research Program; November 1966 210 3 The Urban-Rural Growth Strategy in Appalachia; September 1970 210 4 National Growth Policy Questions: July 30, 1972 210 5 Growth Areas, Unique Development Opportunities and the Areawide Action Program; June 1975 210 6 Health/Human Services Social Security Amendments of 1967; August 1967 210 7 Appalachian Youth Leadership Program; [c. 1968] 210 8 Demonstration Health Program Summary of Projects Funded by ARC; [c. 1969] 210 9 The New Welfare Program: Current Issues, No. 1; February 28, 1972 210 10 Bibliography on Coal Worker's Pneumonconiosis (Black Lung)/ C. Yvonne Mins; July 13, 1972 210 11 202 Health-Continuation Burden; [c. 1973] 210 12 Preliminary Report from the Subcommittee on Health and Child Development; July 19, 1974 210 13 Staff Draft: Medical Indigency in Central Appalachia; 1978 210 14 Relationship Between LDD's and Areawide Health Councils (202 and 314b); N.d. 210 15 Section 202 Discussion Paper; N.d. 210 16 Miscellaneous HUD's Title IX Program in Brief; 1968 210 17 Preparation of 5-Year Appalachian Public Facilities Budget and Development Program; [c. 1968] 210 18 Office of Information Services Bulletin: Allocation of Funds for Public Service Employment Program; Public Law 92-54, "Emergency Employment Act of 1971"; August 1971 798 1 Women's Status as ARC Employees; 1971 210 19 Coordination with the Domestic Council; 1975 210 20 Request for Proposal: A Management Study of the Staff Operations in the ARC Program; 1978 210 21 Periodicals Holdings List; 1979 210 22 [Critique of the Land Ownership Study]; June-July 1981 [See Box 590, Folders 1-5 for the actual study] 210 23 Impact of ADHS: Assessment of Local Development Districts Responses to the ARC Survey/ Salim Kublawi; October 1981 210 24 ARC Participation in Airport and Air Service Development in the Region; November 1982 (Revised) 210 25 Periodicals Holdings List; 1982 210 26 ARC Participation in Port and Waterway Development; August 1987 210 28 Analysis of ARC's Supplemental Grant Authority; N.d. 210 27 Programs: Goals, Objectives, and Summaries Some Characteristics of Manufacturing Establishments in Appalachia; February 1966 211 1 FY 1968 Planning and Research Program; July 31, 1967 211 2 Section 203: Staff Report to the ARC; [c. 1967] 211 3 Staff Evaluation: Appalachian Regional Development Program, 1965-1968; April 1968 211 4 Additional Recommendations from the Appalachian Educational Advisory Committee to the ARC; [July 1968] 211 5 Appalachia After Four Years: A Report to the Council of Appalachian Governor; September 17, 1969 211 6 Major Appalachian Development Projects; January 1971 211 7 Report on Section 302: Management and Funding Alternatives; April 4, 1972 211 8 Proposed Policy for Vocational Education Operation and/or Demonstration Project Continuation; [February 1973] 211 9 Suggested Appalachian Regional Program for FY 1976 and the Commission Administrative Program ; September 19, 1974 211 10 A Report Prepared to Support and Explain a Proposed Legislative Program, Adopted in September 1974, for the Appalachian Regional Commission; March 1975 798 2 Summary of Issues from Questions for Appalachia; August 1976 211 11 Goals and Objectives of the Regional Plan; June 10, 1977 211 12 Regional Economic Development and Enterprise Development Planning: A Basic Guide for Appalachian State Plans and Areawide Action Programs (Draft); July 25, 1977 211 13 The ARC in Transition: A Report by the Executive Director 1973-1978; 1978 211 14 Summary Discussion of Major Points in Presentation: ARC Venture Capital Fund; [c. 1980] 211 15 Program Accomplishments: FY 1983-1984; January 1985 211 16 Program Report for the Appalachian Region 1981-1988; April 1989 211 17 National and Community Service Act of 1990/Jack S. Russell; November 1990 798 3 Basic Appalachian Grants; N.d. 211 18 Regional Development Basic Principals for a National Regionalization Program/ Paige Ingraham; 1970 211 19 Final Consulting Activity Report/ John D. Whisman; 1978 211 20 The Appalachian Economy: 1965-1981/ [ARC]; [c. 1981] 211 21 Policy Papers Economic Development Evaluation of the 1965 Economic Development Legislation; December 18, 1969 212 1 General Revenue Sharing--The State and Local Fiscal Assistance Act of 1972; [c. 1972] 798 4 Commission Investment Strategy; April 28, 1972 212 2 Central Appalachia (KY, TN, VA, WV); April 1974 212 3 Northern Appalachia (MD, NY, OH, PA); April 1974 212 4 Southern Appalachia (AL, GA, MS, NC, SC); April 1974 212 5 Capital Financing Gaps in the Market Economy: The Tentative Conclusions and Recommendations; [c. 1980] 212 6 Public Financing Mechanisms: An Analysis/Executive Summary; [c. 1980] 212 7 Study of Utilization of Federal Finance Programs: Executive Summary; [c. 1980] 212 8 Foundation Funding in the Appalachian Region in the 1990s: Patterns, Trends and Prospects. [Greg Bischak, March 1997] 798 5 Birth and Death of Manufacturing Plants and Restructuring in Appalachia's Industrial Economy, 1963-1992; [c. February 1998] 798 6 An Enhanced Program for Distressed Counties/ ARC; November 2000 798 7 Education Occupation Preparation and Vocational Education Study/ ARC Education Advisory Committee; [c. 1980] 212 9 Regional Education Service Agency (RESA) Information; [c. 1971] 798 8 Appalachia: Education for Tomorrow, Summary and Recommendations/ Education Advisory Committee; March 1971 212 10 Career Education (Draft); July 21, 1971 212 11 RESA Financing/ Eugene Hoyt; September 1971 212 12 The Public School Finance Cases, Current Issues No. 2; September 1972 212 13 The ARC Education Program; [c. 1972] 212 14 Educational Goals and Strategies for Appalachia; August 1974 212 15 Status Report of Appalachian Supported Regional Service Agency; [c. April 1971] 212 16 Future Directions for the ARC Education Program and Their Implications for Legislative Action; January 20, 1978 212 17 Regional Education Services Agency; N.d. 212 18 Emerging Issues [Also see ARC--Research Committee Meetings, Box 1013, folder 16] Miscellaneous Paperwork, 1996-1998 929 1 Goal Team 1 [Vocational Education for 21st Century] Policies and Programs to Reduce School Dropout Rates/ KRA Corporation; April 1997 929 2 Goal Team 2 [Developing Physical Infrastructure] Telecommunications Infrastructure Development: Seizing Opportunities for Appalachia/ Paulette Alexander; June 1997 929 3 Ecological Wastewater Treatment for Appalachia: Constructed Wetlands and Related Innovations/ Rural Action; July 1997 929 4 Cultural Issues Affecting Electronic Networking Technology Implementation in Rural Appalachia: Suggestions for Research/ Anita Puckett; June 1997 929 5 Impact of the Safe Drinking Water Act on Small Community Water Systems in the Appalachian Region/ Peter Pascale and Gregory Knight; August 6, 1997 929 6 Goal Team 3 [Community Organization] Assessing Civic Leadership Development in Appalachia/ University of Kentucky Appalachian Center; March 3, 1997 929 7 Emerging Issues in Learning Communities/ Yellow Wood Associates, Inc.; May 1997 929 8 The Adjacent Lands Challenge in the Appalachian Mountains: A Policy Analysis for the Appalachian Regional Commission/ David A. Johnson, John D. Peine, and Daniel Schaffer; November 20, 1997 929 9 Goal Team 4 [Self-Sustaining Economic Development] Foreign-Trade Zones: A Tool for Export Development/ Douglas P. Dotterweich and F. Steb Hipple; June 1997 929 10 Inventory of Family-Owned Businesses/ David Szczerbacki, September 30, 1997 [Incomplete] 929 11 Goal Team 5 [Health Care] Models of Alternative Delivery Systems in Appalachia/ Winnie Pizzano and M&R Associates; May 1997 930 1 Health/Human Services Developing Appalachian Human Resources: An Interim Policy Statement; August 18, 1966 212 19 Appalachian Demonstration Health Program: Policy Statement; October 1, 1970 212 20 Highways Appalachian Development Highways: Policy Issues; [c. 1973] 212 21 Housing Housing: Staff Report No. 1; January 1968 213 1 Housing in Energy Impacted Areas: Recommendations; February 1976 213 2 Local Development Districts Ability-Effort Index (Measurement of Ability to Pay ARC); August 1967 213 3 Program Appropriation; FY 1968 213 4 Multi-County Districts and Federal Programs: Recommendations for Administrative Reform; [c. 1969] 213 5 Local Development Districts in Appalachian Regional Administration; February 1972 213 6 Local Development Districts in the Appalachian Program; 1972 213 7 Current LDD Activities; 1986 213 8 Local Development District Information Centers; N.d. 213 9 Appalachian Planning (Draft); June 30, 1966 213 10 Policies for Appalachian Planning; August 22, 1966 213 11 Appalachian Planning Policies and Objectives; [c. 1967] 213 12 An Assessment of Development Planning in Appalachia; October 27, 1971 213 13 A Guide for Regional Development Planning; November 1972 213 14 Recreation Proposed Scope of Work for Appalachian Highlands Recreation Study; [c. 1968] 811 15 Appalachian Highlands Recreation Study: Phase 1, Inventory and Analysis; 1968 213 15 Appalachian Highlands Recreation Study, Phase 1: Inventory and Analysis (Discussion Draft and First Revision); August 1968 798 9 Appalachian Highlands Recreation Study: Phase 2, Proposals for Market Analysis and Feasibility Studies; 1969 213 16 Solid Waste and Junk Cars Solid Waste and Junk Car Projects; [c. 1971] 213 17 Recommended Approach to Solid Waste Disposal and Junk Car Programs (Staff Discussion Paper); [c. 1971] 798 10 Transportation Analysis and Recommendation Concerning Possible Additional Corridors for the Appalachian Regional Highway Development System; November 1970 213 18 Draft Comments on Appalachian Water Survey: Comments and Review: A Plan for the Development of Water Resources in Appalachia; [c. 1970] 810 11 Energy Transportation Research; [c. 1975] 213 19 A Preliminary Analysis of Air Service in the Appalachian Region; December 1978 213 20 Appalachian Metropolitan Areas/Appalachian Metropolitan Statistical Areas; September 1990 810 9 Start-up xxv Scope and Contents note In 1964, System Development Corporation (SDC) was contracted to set up guidelines for the newly proposed ARC. The following folders contain documents drawn up by the SDC including reports from organizational meetings, manuals outlining the framework for the Commission, personnel policies, budget recommendations, and procedures for program and project implementation. June 30, 1964-February 5, 1965 214 1 March 3, 1965-April 19, 1965 214 2 April 20, 1965-July 16, 1965 214 3 July 16, 1965-September 1965 214 4 N.d. 214 5 States' Representative Files xxvi Scope and Contents note These files of the States' Representative to the ARC, 1965-1977, primarily cover the activities of John D. Whisman, who was the first appointed States' Representative. This position grew out of his work with the Eastern Kentucky Regional Planning Commission, a group which was instrumental in the formation of the ARC. The "General" files include calendars, letters, reports on policy, and program development and implementation reflecting areas of interest such as highway construction, health care, water resources, forestry and child development. During the years 1972-1974, these files gradually portray a shift in Whisman's activities towards increased participation in conferences as an expert in regional development and travel to meetings. Also included are 1974 newspaper articles critical of Whisman followed by his responses to the Appalachian Governors, and the 1975 legislation passed that changed the authority of the States' Representative position. The "Travel" files contain materials such as travel vouchers, itineraries, and receipts and/or copies of receipts. Biographical Materials 1975-1976 215 1 Calendars 1967 215 2 1971 215 3 1972 215 4 1973 215 5 1974 215 6 1975 215 7 1976 215 8 General Correspondence--John D. Whisman January-October 1965 216 1 March-December 1966 216 2 1967 January-March 216 3 April-June 216 4 July-September 216 5 October-December 216 6 1968 January-February 216 7 March-April 216 8 May 216 9 June 216 10 July 216 11 August 216 12 September 216 13 October 216 14 November-December 216 15 1969 January 217 1 February 217 2 March 217 3 April 217 4 May 217 5 June-July 217 6 August-September 217 7 October-December 217 8 1970 January 217 9 February 217 10 March 217 11 April 217 12 May 217 13 June 217 14 July-August 217 15 September 217 16 October-December 217 17 1971 January 218 1 February 218 2 March 218 3 April 218 4 May-July 218 5 August-September 218 6 October-December 218 7 1972 January-March 219 1 April 219 2 May 219 3 June 219 4 July 219 5 August 219 6 September 219 7 October 219 8 November 219 9 December 219 10 1973 January 220 1 February 220 2 March 220 3 April 220 4 May 220 5 June 220 6 July 220 7 August 220 8 September 220 9 October 220 10 November 220 11 December 220 12 1974 January 221 1 February 221 2 March 221 3 April 221 4 May 221 5 June 221 6 July 221 7 August 221 8 September 221 9 October 221 10 November 221 11 December 221 12 1975 January 222 1 February 222 2 March 222 3 April 222 4 May 222 5 June 222 6 July 1-15 223 1 July 16-31 223 2 August 223 3 September 223 4 October 223 5 November 223 6 December 223 7 1976 January 224 1 February 224 2 March 224 3 April 224 4 May 224 5 June 224 6 July 224 7 August 224 8 Correspondence--Richard M. Hausler September 224 9 1976 October 224 10 1976 November 224 11 1976 December 224 12 1976 History of Role of State's Representative 224 13 Travel Files xx 1966 225 1 1967-1970 225 2 February 6, 1971. Oak Ridge, Tennessee; Environment 2000 Conference 225 3 February 25-27, 1971. Louisville, Kentucky 225 4 May 26-27, 1971. Salt Lake City, Utah; Bi-Regional VIII and X Conference on Multiple Funding of Mental Health Programs 225 5 June 30, 1971. Lexington, Kentucky; Southeastern Community Development 225 6 July 27-28, 1971. Harper Ferry, Maryland 225 7 August 24, 1971. Asheville, North Carolina; Meeting with Asheville City Club [Personal vacation August 21-23. Vouchers for 8/20-8/26] 225 8 August 27-28, 1971. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 225 9 September 7-8, 1971. Athens, Georgia 225 10 September 11-15, 1971. San Juan, Puerto Rico; and September 15-16, 1971. Chattanooga, Tennessee 225 11 September 30, 1971. Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania; Economic Development Council; and October 1, 1971. Cincinnati, Ohio 225 12 October 6-9, 1971. Pikeville, Kentucky 225 13 October 11-12, 1971. Lexington, Kentucky (Spindletop) 225 14 October 21, 1971. New York, New York 225 15 October 26, 1971. Memphis, Tennessee 225 16 November 6-7, 1971. Atlanta, Georgia 225 17 November 10-11, 1971. Atlanta, Georgia; CAG and Commission Meeting 225 18 November 14-16, 1971. National Municipal League Conference 225 19 November 17, 1971. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 225 20 November 29, 1971. Atlanta, Georgia 225 21 November 30-December 2, 1971. Lexington, Kentucky (Spindletop) 225 22 December 9, 1971. New York, New York; Ford Foundation 225 23 December 12, 1971. Middlesboro, Kentucky; Middlesboro Appalachian Regional Hospital Dedication 225 24 December 21-22, 1971. Albany, New York 225 25 January 3, 1972. Richmond, Virginia 226 1 January 5, 1972. Columbus, Ohio 226 2 January 6, 1972. Richmond, Virginia 226 3 January 19, 1972. New York, New York 226 4 January 24-25, 1972. Boston, Massachusetts 226 5 January 1-31, 1972. Unspecified Reasons for Travel 226 6 February 8, 1972. Austin, Texas 226 7 February 8-11, 1972. Austin, Texas; NIMH Regional Conference 226 8 February 28-29, 1972. Dallas, Texas; NADI Meeting 226 9 March 2-3, 1972. Mobile, Alabama 226 10 March 22, 1972. Jackson's Mill, West Virginia; Inter-Agency Housing Conference; and March 23, 1972. Charleston, West Virginia [layover in route to Atlanta]; and March 24, 1972. Atlanta, Georgia; Intergovernmental Mental Health Conference 226 11 March 25, 1972-April 2, 1972. Family Vacation Flight Information 226 12 April 6-7, 1972. Salt Lake City, Utah 226 13 May 10-11, 1972. Hartford, Connecticut; American Independent Development Council Conference 226 14 May 10-11, 1972. Lake Ozark, Missouri; NIMH Regional Conference on Funding 226 15 June 1, 1972. Atlanta, Georgia; Meeting with Governor Carter; and June 2, 1972. Jackson, Mississippi; Meeting with Governor Waller; and June 3-7, 1972. Houston, Texas; National Governors Conference 226 16 June 8-9, 1972. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 226 17 June 25-26, 1972. Blacksburg, Virginia; New Communities and Development Policy for the Appalachian States Session 226 18 July 6-7, 1972. Louisa, Kentucky; FIVCO Annual Meeting 226 19 July 9-11, 1972. Lincoln, Nebraska; Kansas Land Use Policies Meeting 226 20 July 12-13, 1972. Atlanta, Georgia 226 21 August 9-11, 1972. Asheville, North Carolina 226 22 August 28-29, 1972. Bristol, Virginia; Appalachian Commission on Religion 226 23 September 3-6, 1972. Hilton Head, South Carolina; Southern Governors Conference 226 24 September 17, 1972. Corbin, Kentucky; Cumberland Valley Area Development District Meeting 226 25 September 18-20, 1972. Atlanta, Georgia; ARC Meeting 226 26 September 22-23, 1972. Popestem, West Virginia; West Virginia Planning Association Conference 226 27 September 23-25, 1972. Lake of Ozarks, Missouri 226 28 October 3-4, 1972. Mount Snow, Vermont; NIMH Regional Conference on Funding 226 29 October 4-5, 1972. Lexington, Kentucky; Bluegrass Area Developement District 226 30 October 5-8, 1972. Knoxville, Tennessee; White House Conference on Domestic and Economic Affairs 226 31 October 11, 1972. Montgomery, Alabama; Meeting with Blue Barber 226 32 October 13-14, 1972. Brunswick, Georgia (St. Simons Island); NADO Meeting 226 33 October 19, 1972. Richmond, Virginia; Federal Reserve Bank Meeting; and October 20, 1972. Knoxville, Tennessee; Scientists and Engineers for Appalachia Meeting 226 34 October 27, 1972. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; and October 28, 1972. Huntington, West Virginia 226 35 October 31-November 2, 1972. Richmond, Virginia 226 36 November 7-8, 1972. Ithaca, New York (Cornell); Irv Lazar Seminar 226 37 November 20, 1972. Atlanta, Georgia; Meeting with Governor Carter 226 38 November 30-December 1, 1972. Jackson, Mississippi; Seminar; and December 1-5, 1972. Savannah, Georgia; Vacation 226 39 December 10-12, 1972. Chicago, Illinois; National Area Development Institute Conference on Organization and Area Development; and December 13, 1972. Cincinnati, Ohio; Unspecific Reasons 226 40 December 14-16, 1972. Lexington, Kentucky; and December 17, 1972. Atlanta, Georgia; and December 17, 1972. Jackson, Mississippi 226 41 1972, Travel Order Authorization 226 42 January 12, 1973. Nashville, Tennessee; Meeting with Governor Dunn 227 1 January 19, 1973. Frankfort, Kentucky 227 2 February 23, 1973. Atlanta, Georgia; NGC Task Force-Governor Carter 227 3 February 26-27, 1973. Minneapolis, Minnesota; NARC Meeting 227 4 March 15-16, 1973. Charleston, West Virginia; West Virginia Planning Commission 227 5 March 19, 1973. Big Sandy-Paintsville, Kentucky; FIVCO Meeting 227 6 March 23-25, 1973. Lexington, Kentucky 227 7 March 30-31, 1973. Richmond, Virginia 227 8 April 16, 1973. Lexington, Kentucky (Spindletop) 227 9 April 19-20, 1973. Birmingham, Alabama 227 10 April 30-May 1, 1973. Columbia, Missouri; Mid-America Conference on Regionalism 227 11 May 16-18, 1973. Green Bay, Wisconsin 227 12 May 23-25, 1973. Cumberland Park, Kentucky 227 13 May 31-June 1, 1973. Lexington, Kentucky; Meeting with Governor Ford; June 1-6, 1973. Lake Tahoe, Nevada; National Governor's Conference; June 7, 1973. San Jose, California 227 14 July 13, 1973. Columbus, Ohio; Meeting with Governor Gilligan 227 15 July 17, 1973. Chicago, Illinois 227 16 August 5-11, 1973. Lincoln, Nebraska; National Rural Development Leaders School 227 17 August 12-14, 1973. Hot Springs, Virginia; Conference of National Area Development Institute and Economic Development Administration 227 18 August 19, 1973. St. Paul, Minnesota 227 19 September 6, 1973. Lexington, Kentucky; Spindletop Board Meeting 227 20 September 10-13, 1973. Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania 227 21 September 19-20, 1973. Greenville, South Carolina; South Carolina Appalachian Council of Governments 227 22 September 23-26, 1973. Mobile, Alabama 227 23 October 5-6, 1973. Morehead, Kentucky 227 24 October 11-12, 1973. New Orleans, Louisiana 227 25 October 23-25, 1973. Asheville, North Carolina; ARC Meeting 227 26 October 30-31, 1973. Kansas City, Missouri; National Governors Task Force 227 27 November 7-8, 1973. Atlanta, Georgia; and November 9, 1973. Nashville, Tennessee 227 28 November 14, 1973. Boston, Massachusetts; National Governors Conference Executive Committee 227 29 November 26, 1973. Pikeville, Kentucky; Model City Project Groundbreaking 227 30 December 3-5, 1973. Columbus, Ohio; ARC Meeting 227 31 December 7, 1973. New Orleans, Louisiana; NGC Conference of Legislators 227 32 December 18, 1973. Nashville, Tennessee; Cookeville, Upper Cumberland LDD 227 33 1973, Car Rentals 227 34 1973, Travel Order Authorization 227 35 January 2-4, 1974. Columbia, South Carolina; Meeting with Governor West 228 1 January 10, 1974. Lexington, Kentucky; NADI Meeting; January 11, 1974. Chicago, Illinois; NGC Executive Committee Meeting 228 2 January 31-February 1, 1974. Lexington, Kentucky; Spindletop Board Meeting 228 3 February 14, 1974. Lexington, Kentucky; Spindletop Program Design; and February 15, 1974. Chicago, Illinois; NGC Task Force 228 4 March 3-4, 1974. Asheville, North Carolina; National Rural Development Leaders School 228 5 March 10-12, 1974. Los Angeles, California; National Conference of Regional Councils 228 6 March 19, 1974. Athens, Ohio; Buckeye Hills-Hocking Valley LDD 228 7 April 22-23, 1974. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Governor Shapp, Planning Conference 228 8 April 24-25, 1974. Kansas City, Missouri; NGC Task Force 228 9 May 7, 1974. Syracuse, New York; ASPA Conference 228 10 May 8-9, 1974. Knoxville, Tennessee; Meeting with Katherine Peden 228 11 May 15-19, 1974. Hilton Head, South Carolina; ARC Meeting 228 12 May 29-30, 1974. Cape Canaveral, Florida; ATS-F Launch 228 13 June 1-5, 1974. Seattle, Washington; National Governor's Conference 228 14 June 5-6, 1974. Champaign, Illinois; National Rural Development Leaders School 228 15 June 13-14, 1974. Chillicothe, Ohio; Ohio Valley Regional Development Committee 228 16 June 22-23, 1974. Lexington, Kentucky 228 17 July 8, 1974. Chicago, Illinois; National Regional Development Policy Meeting 229 1 July 14-15, 1974. Greenville, South Carolina; Institutional and Developmental Strategy Subcommittee 229 2 July 26-27, 1974. Minneapolis, Minnesota; National Governors Conference Executive Committee 229 3 August 9, 1974. Atlanta, Georgia; PD Meetings 229 4 August 22-23, 1974. Atlanta, Georgia and Jackson, Mississippi 229 5 August 27, 1974. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Toward '76: Serving the Public in a Metropolitan Society Conference 229 6 August 28-29, 1974. Cincinnati, Ohio; Meeting with J. Leslie 229 7 September 5, 1974. New York, New York; American Public Welfare Association Conference 229 8 September 8-11, 1974. Austin, Texas; Southern Governor's Conference 229 9 September 24, 1974. Gatlinburg, Tennessee; Highway Meeting; and September 25-26, 1975. Denver, Colorado; NGC Task Force 229 10 September 30, 1974. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Project Independence, Energy Hearings 229 11 October 1-2, 1974. Huntsville, Alabama; and October 3-4, 1974. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; LDD Meetings 229 12 October 9, 1974. Charleston, West Virginia; PD Presentation and Governor Moore 229 13 October 11, 1974. McHenry, Maryland; PD Meeting 229 14 October 20-25, 1974. Tennessee Road Show Itinerary 229 15 October 21-25, 1974. Asheville, North Carolina; Knoxville, Tennessee; Cookeville, Tennessee 229 16 October 29, 1974. Jenny Wiley, Kentucky; and October 30, 1974. Pontotac, Mississippi; and October 31, 1974. Winchester, Kentucky; and November 1, 1974. Morgantown, West Virginia 229 17 November 6-7, 1974. Lexington, Kentucky (Shakertown) 229 18 November 13, 1974. Richmond, Virginia; Meeting with Curey et al. (Nap and Swift) 229 19 November 14, 1974. Cumberland Falls, Kentucky; Energy and PD Meetings 229 20 November 17-20, 1974. Huntsville, Alabama; ARC Meeting; and November 21, 1974. Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania; NADI Meeting 229 21 November 22-23, 1974. Lexington, Kentucky 229 22 December 5, 1974. Atlanta, Georgia; Federal-State Coordinators (Headrick) 229 23 December 12, 1974. Nashville, Tennessee 229 24 December 23-24, 1974. Cincinnati, Ohio; Meeting with Governor Carroll 229 25 PD Schedule, September 30-October 25, 1974, LDD Staff Meeting 229 26 1974, Travel Advance Account 229 27 1974, Travel Order Authorization 229 28 January 8, 1975. New York, New York; New York Economic Development Task Force 230 1 January 9-10, 1975. Atlanta, Georgia; NGC Task Force 230 2 January 15, 1975. New York, New York; New York Economic Task Force 230 3 January 20-21, 1975. Columbus Ohio; Academy for Contemporary Problems 230 4 February 4, 1975. New York, New York; Economic Development Task Force 230 5 February 28, 1975. Greenville, South Carolina; Meeting with Henson, et. al. 230 6 March 16, 1975. Boone, North Carolina; Planning Frontiers in Rural America; and March 17, 1975. Starkville, Mississippi; Rotary Club Speech; and March 18, 1975. Nashville, Tennessee; Meeting with Governor Blanton 230 7 April 9, 1975. Columbia, South Carolina; Meeting with Governor Edwards; and April 10, 1975. Denver, Colorado; Rural Development Leaders' School; and April 11, 1975. Fargo, North Dakota; Meeting with Governor Guy 230 8 April 22-23, 1975. Lexington, Kentucky; ARC Meeting 230 9 May 9-10, 1975. Lexington, Kentucky; Middlesboro-Cumberland Gap 230 10 May 9-10, 1975. Dallas, Texas; Rural Development Service 230 11 May 22, 1975. Detroit, Michigan; NGC Rural and Urban Development 230 12 June 7-11, 1975. New Orleans, Louisiana; National Governor's Conference 230 13 July 10-11, 1975. Jackson, Mississippi; Meeting with Headrick and Waller 230 14 July 18, 1975. Bradford, Pennsylvania; North Central Regional Planning 230 15 August 20-21, 1975. Jackson, Mississippi 230 16 September 13-17, 1975. Orlando, Florida; Southern Governors' Conference 230 17 September 19-20, 1975. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; National States' Conference on Balanced Growth and Economic Development 230 18 October 21, 1975. Atlanta, Georgia; Management Committee 230 19 October 27-30, 1975. San Antonio, Texas; American Institute of Planners Conference 230 20 November 6-8, 1975. New York, New York; Labor-Management Conference 230 21 November 11-13, 1975. Pinehurst, North Carolina; Southern Growth Policy Board 230 22 December 22-23, 1975. Ashland, Kentucky 230 23 1975, Travel Order Authorization 230 24 January 6, 1976. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Meeting with Ed Simon 231 1 January 12, 1976. Atlanta, Georgia; DOT Meeting 231 2 February 1-4, 1976. Phoenix, Arizona; Title V Meetings 231 3 February 9, 1976. Asheville, North Carolina; National Rural Development Leaders School 231 4 February 27-28, 1976. Asheville, North Carolina; Readers Theater 231 5 March 4, 1976. Birmingham, Alabama; Ten Tom and Title V Meetings 231 6 March 10-11, 1976. Columbus, Ohio; CUED Board Meeting 231 7 March 26, 1976. Chicago, Illinois; Title V Task Force Meeting 231 8 April 22, 1976. Richmond, Virginia; Meeting with Rowe and Godwin 231 9 April 20, 1976. Atlanta, Georgia; Tentombigbee Meeting 231 10 April 27-28, 1976. Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania; National Rural Development Leaders Presentation 231 11 May 19-21, 1976. Jackson, Mississippi; Southern Governors Conference 231 12 June 2, 1976. Buckhannon, West Virginia 231 13 June 7-8, 1976. Altoona, Pennsylvania; Conference at Bedford Meeting with Ed Simon 231 14 June 9, 1976. Greensboro, North Carolina; First National Conference on Rural Public Transportation 231 15 June 10, 1976. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Meeting with Simon and Shapp 231 16 June 11-12, 1976. Cumberland Gap, Kentucky; National Park Service Speech 231 17 June 21-22, 1976. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 231 18 July 4-7, 1976. Hershey, Pennsylvania; National Governors' Conference 231 19 July 8-9, 1976. Morgantown, West Virginia 231 20 July 18-20, 1976. Jackson Hole, Wyoming; National State Development Planners Meeting 231 21 July 27-August 4, 1976. Charleston, South Carolina; and August 4-5, 1976. Lexington, Kentucky; Title V Meetings 231 22 August 27-September 1, 1976. Williamsburg, Virginia; ARC and SGC Meetings 231 23 September 16, 1976. Atlanta, Georgia 231 24 October 7, 1976. Nashville, Tennessee 231 25 October 10-12, 1976. Baton Rouge, Louisiana; NADDO Conference 231 26 October 17-19, 1976. Lexington, Kentucky 231 27 October 27, 1976. Chicago, Illinois; States Task Force on National Regional Development Executive Committee Meeting 231 28 November 8-9, 1976. White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia; ARC Quorum Meeting 231 29 November 10-12, 1976. Washington D.C.; Council of Urban Economic Development Conference 231 30 November 16, 1976. Dayton, Ohio; NADI; and November 17-18, 1976; Lexington, Kentucky; ARC Kentucky Representatives, Short and Pratt, University of Kentucky Representatives [Re Appalachian Center] 231 31 November 21-22, 1976. Las Vegas, Nevada; States Task Force on National Regional Development November 23-24, 1976. Sacramento, California; California Formation of Regional Commission 231 32 December 12-15, 1976. Boca Raton, Florida; Southern Growth Policies Board Meeting 231 33 December 16, 1976. Charleston, West Virginia; ARC Meeting-Program Development 231 34 February 28-March 2, 1977. Washington D.C.; National Governors' Conference 231 35 March 3-4, 1977. Lexington, Kentucky; Big Sandy Development District and Kentucky State Personnel on Development Program: Consultant 231 36 March 20-21, 1977. Annapolis, Maryland; ARC Meeting 231 37 Miscellaneous Travel Materials Nite Letters [Telegrams], February 1969-April 1971 232 1 Advance of Funds [Kenneth L. Sheperd, November 2, 1971 and John D. Whisman, November 15, 1971] 232 2 Avis Car Rental, 1971 232 3 Travel Vouchers [Kenneth L. Sheperd, November 2, 1971 and Harry Teter Jr., 1972] 232 4 Flite Checks, 1971-1972 232 5 Remaining Travel Questions: Innocuous, 1971-1972 232 6 Lexington, Kentucky (Spindletop), 1971-1974 232 7 No Record of Vouchers Received, 1971-1974 232 8 Claim for Reimbursement for Expenditure on Official Business, 1974-1975 232 9 Honoraria, 1975-1976 232 10 Consultant Contract and Final Report, July 1, 1976 232 11 Fiscal Coding for Transition Quarter, July 1-September 30, 1976 232 12 Draft of Final Financial Report, August 31, 1976 232 13 Non-ARC Consultant Expenses, September-December 1976 232 14 Big Sandy Consultant Contract, December 1976 232 15 DeObligation, 1976 232 16 Office, 1976 232 17 Reimbursement to ARC, 1976 232 18 Memos, 1972-1976 232 19 Theory Files xxvii Scope and Contents note Collected primarily by former ARC staff member, Paige Ingraham, Associate Director of State and Local Administration, these files can be viewed as research and background materials for policies, programs, and projects considered by and, in some cases, implemented by the ARC. Conference on Balanced National Growth Scope and Contents note These files document the preliminary discussions, agenda, position papers, and findings of the Conference on Balanced National Growth held in January 1978, sponsored by the White House. In addition, materials from pre-conference sessions, which were forums for citizens input, are included. The White House Conference materials complement the National Growth Policy Development files located in Boxes 248-249. Pre-conference Documents, 1975-1978 233 1 Discussion Papers 233 2 Handouts 233 3 Miscellaneous 233 4 Workshop Guides, Themes I-V 233 5 Economic Development Policies Scope and Contents note These documents, assembled over a 20-year period beginning in 1960, originate from many different Federal agencies. They reflect the differences in opinions, priorities and strategies within the Federal Government. Filed in chronological order, these files provide a historical perspective on economic development issues in the U.S., 1960-1980. October 1960-December 1969 234 1 January 19-June 24, 1970 234 2 July-August 1970 234 3 October-December 1970 234 4 February-July 1971 234 5 September-December 1971 235 1 January 10-March 23, 1972 235 2 April 18-December 12, 1972 235 3 January 6-July 30, 1973 235 4 August 1-December 20, 1973 235 5 January-April 1974 236 1 May-December 1974 236 2 January 1975-November 1976 236 3 February-June 1977 236 4 August-December 1977 236 5 January-July 1978 237 1 August-September 1978 237 2 October-December 1978 237 3 January-March 1979 237 4 [c. 1970s] 238 1-2 November 1980-May 1982 238 3 N.d. 238 4 Housing Scope and Contents note he ARC has, historically, emphasized two objectives in housing: stimulate use of federal housing programs and assist in establishing state housing programs. These files, covering 1966-1974, include information on early ARC efforts to address housing issues; Section 207 amendment of the Appalachian Regional Development Act; Urban America, whose mandate was to ameliorate urban substandard housing; the model program "New Towns"; participating state files containing reports and correspondence; and legislation. In 1967, Congress authorized the ARC to provide housing assistance by making loans and grants for planning and by obtaining insured mortgages through the National Housing Act. The mandate was broadened in 1971 with the Section 207 amendment. It provided monies for site development and off-site improvement grants for housing projects including building infrastructures--water lines, sewers, and roads to housing sites. Section 207 also provided technical assistance such as the establishment of housing finance agencies. Urban America was contracted to study Kentucky and West Virginia, targeted because of their severe housing problems. This study resulted in legislation creating the West Virginia Housing Development Fund. Other states such as Kentucky and Georgia followed with the model program, New Towns, incorporating ideas from the HUD prototype of existing planned towns--New Communities in Selected European Countries. Background Information; 1970-1974 239 1 Housing and Community Development; 1974 239 2 Mortgage Financing; 1967-1971 239 3 Participating State Files Georgia: Reports of the Joint Committee to Investigate State Housing Needs 239 4 Kentucky: Urban America Feasibility Study Trips 239 5 North Carolina: Newspaper Articles 239 6 North Carolina: Reports and Correspondence 239 7 Tennessee: Development Plan for 97 Acres in Knoxville, Tennessee 239 8 West Virginia: Applications and Correspondence 239 9 West Virginia: Housing Development Fund 239 10 Legislation Federal 239 11 Kentucky 239 12 Mississippi 239 13 North Carolina 239 14 Pennsylvania 239 15 Tennessee 239 16 West Virginia 239 17 New Towns Georgia 240 1 Kentucky 240 2 New Communities in Selected European Communities 240 3 Proposal for the Appalachian Region 240 4 Selected Readings 240 5 Speeches 240 6 State Level 240 7 Section 207 Administration 240 8 Background Information 240 9 Correspondence 240 10 Handbook 240 11 Monthly Reports 240 12 Summaries: Congressional and Executive Action of Interest to the Development of Housing and Urban Development 240 13 Urban America Berea College Project 240 14 Reports and Correspondence 240 15 Rural Housing 240 16 Miscellaneous ARC Files Scope and Contents note Covering a wide variety of topics such as Budgets, Transportation, and Energy, this section also includes materials which document the Rescission Plan to end ARC (c. 1980-1981). While budget cuts did occur, the ARC was not terminated. Appalachian Program Plan and Budget; February-July 1969 241 1 Appalachian Region: Population; 1969-[c. 1970s] 241 2 ARDA with Supporting Materials; 1965-1975 241 3 Budget Information; 1969-1975 241 4 Case Study: Hometown, Home County and the Region; [c. 1977] 241 5-6 Energy Impact Aid; April-November 1978 241 7 Farmer's Home Administration Rural Community Facilities Assessment Study; March 1980 241 8 Federal Financial Guidelines; 1976-1982 242 1 Federalism Reform; 1981 242 2 New Federalism Program Analysis; 1974-1975 242 3 Rescission (1981) Alternative Plans 243 1 Impact Statements Child Development 243 2 Community and Enterprise Development 243 3 Education 243 4 Energy 243 5 Health 243 6 Housing 243 7 Local Development Districts 243 8 Natural Resources 243 9 New York LDDs 243 10 Overall ARC Program 243 11 State and Congressional Districts 243 12 Transportation 243 13 Proposed 1981 Rescission Bill with ARC Response 243 14-15 ARC Program Supporting Materials (Rescission Impact); March 1981 798 11 Transition Documents [Carter to Reagan]; November 1980-January 1981 243 16 Rural Development; 1969-1971 244 1 State and Local Government Administration and Finances [Information used in Five-Year Program Plan and Budget]; 1969 244 2 State Directories [State Offices Working with the ARC]; 1969-1971 244 3 Tennessee Tombigbee Waterway Legislation; 1975 244 4 Transportation [ARDA of 1975 Extension] 244 5 Reauthorization Legislation 1971 242 4 September 1973-December 1974 242 5 February-April 16, 1975 242 6 April 17-May 1, 1975 242 7 May-June 1975 242 8 July 1975-February 1976 242 9 Miscellaneous Non-ARC Files Scope and Contents note These files consist primarily of non-ARC documents which indirectly relate to ARC programs and policies. For additional files on the Federal Regional Commissions, 1978-1980, see "President's Reorganization Project", beginning at Box 250. Budget Impoundment Control Act; 1974 245 1 Economic Development Conference; 1977 245 2 Federal Executives Boards' Annual Reports; FY 1973, 1974 245 3 Federal Regional Commissions 1968-1974 245 4 1975-May 1977 245 5 June-November 1977 245 6 December 1977 245 7 Interlocal Government Cooperation Publications; 1964-1969 246 1 New York Urban Development Corporation; 1968-1971 246 2 Rural Development Block Grants; May 1977 246 3 Spring Planning Review; 1980 246 4 State Planning [c. early 1960s]-1966 246 5 1967-1969 246 6 September-October 1977 247 1 November 1977-1978 247 2 [c. 1979]; N.d. 247 3 The People Left Behind: A Report by the President's National Advisory Committee on Rural Poverty; September 1967 798 12 Water Use by Appalachian Manufacturers 1964/ U.S. Department of Commerce; December 1967 798 13 Appalachian Housing Assistance: a HUD Handbook; March 1968 798 14 Multi-Jurisdictional Area Development: a Model and Legislative Program/ Institute for Rural America; July 1969 798 15 Development of Water Resources in Appalachia, Main Report Part I: Summary Report/ Department of the Army, Office of Appalachian Studies; December 1969 798 16 Development of Water Resources in Appalachia, Report of the Secretary of the Army Based on Studies Prepared by the Office of Appalachian Studies; April 1971 799 1 Regional Development Commissions: A Federal-State Partnership/ The Regional Development Commissions; August 1978 799 2 Rural America at the Crossroads: Networking for the Future/ U.S. Department of Commerce; May 1991 799 3 Promoting Entrepreneurship in Central Appalachia: From Research to Action/ MACED; [c. 1997] 799 4 National Growth Policy Development Scope and Contents note Covering the topic of Growth Policy, these materials complement the files on the Conference on Balanced National Growth and reflect ARC's interest in federal-regional development. January-November 1971 248 2 December 1971 248 3 1972 248 4 1973 248 5 1974-1975 248 6 Early-Mid 1970s 249 1 1976-1978 249 2 1966-1970 248 1 Late 1970s; N.d. 249 3 President's Reorganization Project (PRP) Scope and Contents note The PRP was an attempt by President Jimmy Carter in 1977-78 to revamp the federal administrative bureaucracy. He aimed to streamline organizations, standardize applications and federal guidelines for grants, and encourage local decision-making in federal programs. General File 250 1 Community Development Department 250 2 Community Development Staff Retreat 250 3 Community Facilities Program 250 4 Coordination of Federal Planning Programs 250 5 Cost Savings Data 250 6 Economic Development Department Options 251 1 Economic Development Program Consolidation 251 2 Economic and Local Development 251 3 Internal Organizational Structure 251 4 Joint Funding Case Study 251 5 Local Development Projects, Field Reports and Housing Programs Findings 252 1 Local Development Project, Transportation 252 2 Local Development Study Work Program 252 3 Local Level Coordinating Mechanisms 252 4 Local Public Works Appropriations 252 5 National League of Cities 252 6 Options/Concepts Papers 252 7 Options for Reorganization 253 1 Regional Commissions 253 2-4 254 1-3 Rough Data for Case Studies 254 4 Rural Development, Federal Regulations 255 1-4 State Plans II Scope and Contents note Each fiscal year states submitted documents to the ARC outlining a plan of fiscal management and program development for its Appalachian counties. This section is arranged alphabetically by state and further subdivided chronologically. The materials for each state and year vary considerably; they range from correspondence to drafts of the comprehensive state plan, and from specific program plans (e.g. health, economic, child development) to plans submitted for only the Appalachian portion of a state. Each state is not chronologically complete. Note that abstracts and summaries of State Plans are located in Boxes 355-356. Alabama i 1966 Development Plan For Appalachian Alabama 256 1 A Provisional State Appalachian Investment Plan For 1966 256 2 1967 Correspondence 256 3 State of Alabama: Appalachian Local Development District Program 256 4 Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan 256 5-6 1968 Alabama State Plan 256 7 Correspondence 256 8 Development Plan For Appalachian Alabama 256 9 1969 Budget Forms 257 1 Correspondence 257 2 FY 1969 Alabama Plan Draft 257 3-4 Health Development Plan 257 5-6 1970 Appalachian Alabama Development Plan, Summary 258 1 Appalachian Alabama Development Plan 258 2-3 Correspondence 258 4-5 Health Development Plan 258 6-7 1971 Correspondence 258 8 Health Development Plan 258 9 Proposed FY 1971 Alabama Funding Program 258 10 Alabama Health Development Plan: Morgan, Lawrence, Limestone Counties- 1972. Revised by Tri-County Appalachian Regional Health Planning Commission. [c. October 1971] 799 5-6 1972 Alabama Child Development 259 1 Correspondence 259 2 Health Development Plan 259 3 Plan for Development of Infant and Early Childhood Program 259 4 1973 Alabama's Water and Related Land Resources Planning 259 5 Amandment to Alabama Health Development Plan 259 6 Correspondence 259 7 1974 Amendment to Alabama Health Development Plan 260 1 Appalachian Alabama Development Plan 260 2 Correspondence 260 3 Early Childhood Policy 260 4 Health Demonstration Plan 260 5 1975 Alabama Comprehensive Emergency Medical Services System 261 1 Alabama Master Hospital Plan 261 2-3 Amendment to Health Development Plan, Appalachia Alabama 261 4 Correspondence 261 5 Health Development Plan 261 6 State of Alabama, Community Mental Health Facilities Plan 261 7-8 1976 Appalachian Alabama Development Plan 262 1 Appalachian Child Development Plan 262 2 Correspondence 262 3 1977 Appalachian Alabama Development Plan 262 4-5 Correspondence 262 6 Guiding Growth in Alabama 262 7 1978 Alabama Economic Outlook 263 1 Alabama State Plan For Economic Development 263 2 Alabama State Plan For Economic Growth and Development 263 3 Appalachian Alabama Development Plans, Amendments 263 4 Correspondence 263 5 Economic Adjustment Strategy, Marion County 263 6 Resolution #457 263 7 State of Alabama Appalachian Development Plan and Investment Program 263 8 1980 Alabama Appalachian Regional Commission Health Plan 264 1 Alabama State Plan For Economic Growth and Development 263 2 Appendix: Appalachian Alabama Health Systems Agencies Data Book 264 3 Correspondence 264 4 State of the State Address; 1977 Selected Perinatal Statistics; 1977 Infant Mortality Rates 264 5 1981 Annual Update of State Plan for Appalachian Alabama 264 6 Correspondence 264 7 1983 Appalachian Alabama Finish-Up Health Plan; Executive Summary; Appalachian Alabama Finish-Up Development Plan 264 8 Correspondence 264 9 Resolutions #549, 562, 567, 579, 581 264 10 1988 Appalachian Alabama Development Plan 265 1 Correspondence 265 2 Program and Strategy Annual Update 265 3 1989 Annual Strategy Statement 265 4 Georgia ii 1966 Appalachian Planning in Georgia 266 1 Georgia Description and Strategy for Development 266 2 1967 Correspondence 266 3 HEW Region IV Review of the Georgia Appalachian Health Project Submitted by the Georgia Department of Public Health 266 4 Investment Plan: Georgia Appalachia 266 5 1968 The Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1965 Section 202/ Georgia Department of Public Health 266 6 Correspondence 266 7 Georgia Appalachia 1968 Investment Plan 266 8 Investment Plan, Georgia Appalachia 266 9 A System of Airports for Georgia Appalachia 266 10 1969 Appalachia Georgia Eleven County Demonstration Health Project 267 1 Correspondence 267 2 Georgia Appalachia 1969 Development Plan, Draft 267 3-4 Georgia Appalachia 1969 Development Plan 267 5-6 1970 Correspondence 267 7-8 Health Development Plan 267 9 Memorandum on Proposed Georgia Investment Proposal for Fiscal Year 1970 and Comments on Georgia Appalachia Development Plan for 1970 268 1 Plan for the Development of Appalachian County of Madison, Georgia 268 2 State Investment Plan 268 3 1971 Correspondence 268 4-5 Georgia's State Investment Plan 268 6-7 Georgia State Plan for Comprehensive Child Development 268 8 Health Development Plan 268 9 1972 Correspondence 269 1 Health Development Plan: Part 2, Draft 269 2-3 Health Development Plan 269 4-5 Update State Investment Plan 269 6 1973 Correspondence 270 1 Georgia's Appalachian Development Plan 270 2 Georgia's Investment Plan 270 3 Update State Investment Plan: Georgia Appalachia 270 4 1974 Correspondence 270 5 Georgia's Appalachia Plan Update 270 6 Georgia ARC Project Package 270 7 Health Development Plan 270 8 1975 Appalachia Growth Area Justification Study For Dallas, Georgia 271 1 Correspondence 271 2 Georgia State Plan 271 3 1976 Correspondence 271 4 Georgia Overall Development Plan 271 5 Project Package for Economic Development 271 6 State of Georgia Appalachian Development Plan and Investment Program Abstract 271 7 1977 Child Development 271 8 Correspondence 271 9 General Evaluation of Plan 271 10 Georgia State Plan 271 11-12 Review of the Georgia Plan 271 13 Year 1977 Informal Draft Investment Plan 271 14 1978 Correspondence 272 1 Governor's Policy Statement 272 2 Resolution #457 272 3 State Investment Plan 272 4-5 1979 State Development Plan 272 6 1980 Correspondence 272 7 State Investment Plan 272 8-9 1981 Correspondence 273 1 Georgia State Investment Plan; Amendments For the Appalachian Regional Commission 273 2 1982 Georgia State Investment Plan; Amendments For the Appalachian Regional Commission, 1982 Update 273 3 1983 Correspondence 273 4 Georgia's Fiscal Year 1983 State Development Plan 273 5 Resolutions #549-581 273 6 1988 Correspondence 273 7 Rural Economic Development Study Final Report 273 8 State of Georgia Appalachian Investment Plan 273 9 1989 Correspondence and Resolution #590 273 10 1991 Correspondence and Resolution #599 799 7 Resolution #605 799 8 Kentucky iii 1960 Development for Appalachian Kentucky 274 1 Program 60: A Decade of Action For Progress in Eastern Kentucky 274 2 1962 Program 60 Report: Action for Progress in Eastern Kentucky in the First Quarter of the 1960 Decade 274 3 1965 An Urban Development Program for the Big Sandy Area 274 4 1966 Preliminary Development Outline for Appalachian Kentucky 274 5 A Program for the Development of a System of Vocational Schools of Appalachian Kentucky 274 6 1967 Plan for Health Facilities Development 275 1 Preliminary Development Outline for Appalachian Kentucky 275 2 1968 Addendum 1: Health Development Plan for Year 1968-69 Southeastern Kentucky Regional Health Demonstration Project 275 3 Correspondence 275 4 Interim Appalachian Kentucky Development Program 276 1 Plan for Health Facilities Development 276 2 1969 Correspondence 276 3 Plan for Health Facilities Development 276 4 Southeastern Kentucky Regional Health Demonstration Project 276 5 1970 Appalachian Kentucky Development Plan 276 6 Correspondence 276 7 1971 Amendment to Kentucky Appalachian Development Plan 277 1 Correspondence 277 2 Health Development Plan 1970-71 Addendum 277 3 A Plan for the Expansion and Development of Comprehensive Services For Infants, Young Children, and their Families 277 4 Southeastern Kentucky Regional Health Demonstration Plan; 1971-72 Amendment 277 5 1972 Correspondence 277 6 Southeastern Kentucky Regional Health Demonstration Project: Part 2 and 3 277 7 1973 Appalachian Investment Plan 278 1 Child Development 278 2 Correspondence 278 3 Project '73: An Investment Program for Kentucky's Appalachian Region 278 4 1974 Amendments to Kentucky State Development Plan 278 5 Correspondence 278 6 Kentucky Statewide Development Plan 278 7 Plan '74: A Development Guide for Kentucky's Appalachian Region 278 8 1975 Appalachian Kentucky: Past and Promise 279 1 Correspondence 279 2 Kentucky Fiscal Year 1976 State Plan Abstract 279 3 Kentucky Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan 279 4 1977 Correspondence 279 5 Kentucky State Plan Abstract 279 6 Kentucky State Plan 279 7 1978 The Annual Implementation Plan 280 1 Correspondence 280 2 The Health Systems Plan for East Kentucky, Executive Summary 280 3 The Health Systems Plan for East Kentucky 280 4 Kentucky Appalachia Development Plan: 1978-80 Attachment A 280 5 The Kentucky Appalachian Regional Commission Program Annual Report 280 6 Kentucky's Appalachian Development Plan 280 7-8 Regional Growth and Development Economics Applied to Eastern Kentucky 280 9 Resolution #457 280 10 1979 Addendum: Annual Plan Review 281 1 Correspondence 281 2 The Kentucky ARC Program Annual Report 281 3 Kentucky's ARC Plan Addendum 281 4 The Plan for Primary Care in Eastern Kentucky 281 5 1980 The Annual Implementation Plan 281 6 Appendix A-K of the Health Systems Plan for East Kentucky 281 7 Appendix L-P of the Health Systems Plan for East Kentucky 281 8 The Health Systems Plan 282 1 Kentucky Appalachian Development Plan: Addendum, Fiscal Year 1980 Annual Plan Review 282 2 The Plan for Maternal and Infant Care in East Kentucky 282 3 1981 Correspondence 282 4 Kentucky Appalachia Development Plan 1981-1983 282 5 1983 Correspondence 282 6 Kentucky Appalachian Development Plan 1983-1987 282 7 Resolutions #562, 567, 579, 581 282 8 1988 Correspondence 282 9 House Bill No. 217 282 10 House Committee Substitute for Senate Bill no. 280 282 11 A Plan for Action to Put Kentucky First 282 12 Resolution #587 282 13 Maryland iv 1966 Interim Public Investment Guidelines for Appalachian Maryland 283 1 1967 Correspondence 283 2 1968 Appalachian Maryland Development Plan 283 3 Correspondence 283 4 1969 Appalachian Maryland Development Plan, Draft 283 5 Appalachian Maryland Development Plan 283 6 Correspondence 283 7 1971 Correspondence 283 8 Health Development Plan 283 9 1972 Appalachian Maryland Development Plan 284 1 Correspondence 284 2 Health Development Plan 284 3-4 Obligation Schedule 284 5 Five Year Regional Health Development Plan 1972-1976; Health Planning Council, F. Perry Smith Jr., President. Grant # 03-H-000,202-01 799 9-10 1973 Appalachian Maryland Development Plan 284 6 Correspondence 284 7 Update Health Development Plan 284 8 1974 Correspondence 285 1 Development Plan Update 285 2 Overall Program Design and Application for Comprehensive Planning Assistance 285 3 1975 Appalachian Maryland Development Plan 285 4-5 Correspondence 285 6 A Maryland State Plan For Coordinated Child Development Services 285 7 1976 Correspondence 286 1 Economic Development Goals for Maryland: Background 286 2 Health Systems Plan of Western Maryland 286 3 Maryland Development Plan 286 4 1977 Appalachian Maryland Development Plan, Fiscal 1977 Supplement 286 5 Correspondence 286 6 FY 1977 Maryland Appalachian Development Plan 286 7 1978 Correspondence 286 8 Maryland State Development Plan 286 9-10 1979 Appalachian Maryland Development Plan, Draft 287 1 Appalachian Maryland Development Plan 287 2 Correspondence 287 3 Health Systems Plan and Annual Implementation Plan of Western Maryland 287 4 Maryland Marketplace: A Five Part Strategy for Economic Development 287 5 1980 The Appalachian Maryland Development Plan 287 6 Correspondence 287 7 1981 Appalachian Maryland Development Plan 288 1 Correspondence 288 2 1983 Appalachian Maryland Development Plan 288 3 Correspondence 288 4 Resolution #549 288 5 1984 Appalachian Maryland Development Plan 288 6 Correspondence 288 7 Resolutions #562, 567, 579, 581 288 8 1988 Correspondence and Resolutions #587, 590 288 9 Appalachian Development Plan 288 10 1990 Correspondence and Resolution #599 799 11 Appalachian Development Plan, FY 1990 799 12 Mississippi v 1967 Mississippi State Plan for Construction of Hospitals and Related Medical Facilities 289 1 1973 Correspondence 289 2 Health Development Plan 289 3 Mississippi's Comprehensive Vocational and Technical Program 289 4 State Development Plan 289 5 1974 Appalachian Development Plan: Preliminary, For Discussion Only 289 6 Correspondence 289 7 Mississippi Child Development Plan 289 8-9 1975 Annual Progress Report 290 1 Correspondence 290 2 A Handbook for County Child Development Councils 290 3 Mississippi Appalachian Development Supplement and Project Package 290 4 Supplement to Mississippi State Appalachian Development Plan 290 5 1976 Annual Progress Report 290 6 Annual Report 290 7 Correspondence 290 8 Mississippi's State Appalachian Development Plan Supplement 290 9 1977 Annual Report 291 1 Correspondence 291 2 Mississippi Appalachian Development Plan 291 3 Mississippi's State Appalachian Development Plan 291 4 1978 Correspondence 291 5 The Mississippi Development Plan and Overview 291 6-8 Resolution #457 291 9 1979 Correspondence 292 1 Mississippi Appalachian Development Plan 292 2 Mississippi Appalachian Development Plan, Revision 292 3 Regional Development Plan 292 4 Resolution #487 292 5 State of Mississippi Appalachian Development Plan and Investment Program 292 6 1980 Correspondence 292 7 Mississippi Appalachian Development Plan 292 8 1981 Correspondence 292 9 Mississippi Appalachian Development Plan 292 10 1983 Correspondence 292 11 Mississippi Appalachian Development Plan, Executive Summary 292 12 Resolution #549 292 13 1984 Correspondence 293 1 Mississippi Appalachian Development Plan 293 2 Preliminary State Plan 293 3 1985 Correspondence 293 4 Mississippi Appalachian Development Plan 293 5 Resolution #567 293 6 1986 Correspondence 293 7 Mississippi Appalachian Development Plan 293 8 Resolution #579 293 9 1987 Correspondence 293 10 Mississippi Appalachian Development Plan 293 11 Resolution #581 293 12 Summary of Appalachian Finish-Up Plan 293 13 1988 Correspondence 294 1 Mississippi Appalachian Development Plan 294 2 Resolution #587 294 3 State Development Plan 294 4 1989 Correspondence and Resolution #587 294 5 Mississippi Appalachian Development Plan 294 6 New York vi 1967 Correspondence 295 1 New York State Appalachian Program: An Investment Plan 295 2 Review of 1967 New York Appalachian Development Plan 295 3 1968 Abstract of New York State Appalachian Program 295 4 New York State Appalachian Program: A Development Plan 295 5 New York State Appalachian Program: An Investment Plan 295 6 A Regional Development Plan for the Appalachian Region of New York State 295 7-8 1969 New York State Appalachian Program Development Plan 295 9-10 New York State Plan Amendment: New York State Appalachian and Community Mental Retardation Facilities 295 11 1970 Transportation in the Appalachian Region of New York State: Phase 2 296 1 1971 Child Development State Plan Material 296 2-6 Correspondence 297 1 New York State Appalachian Development Plan 297 2 New York State Development Plan 297 3 1972 Appalachian Development Plan Supplement 297 4 Correspondence 297 5 New York State Appalachian Development Plan Supplement: Child Development 297 6 New York State Appalachian Development Plan Supplement and Amendment 297 7 1973 Correspondence 297 8 Guidelines to the Local Development Districts on Multi-year Investment Planning Under the Appalachian Regional Development Program 297 9 New York State Appalachian Development Plan, a Multi-year Investment Strategy, 1973-1978, Vol. 1 297 10 New York State Appalachian Program: Primary Health Care Rationale 297 11 1974 Correspondence 298 1 New York State Appalachian Development Plan: A Multi-year Investment Strategy 298 2 Statistical Supplement to New York State's Appalachian Region Development Plan 298 3 1976 Correspondence 298 4 New York Development Plan 298 5 New York State Appalachian Development Plan, 1973-1978 298 6 1977 Correspondence 299 1 New York Appalachian Development Plan Review 299 2 New York State Appalachian Development Plan, An Update 299 3-4 New York State Appalachian Health Development Plan 299 5 New York State Appalachian Investment Plan, First Draft 299 6-7 New York State Investment Plan Update 299 8 1978 Correspondence 300 1 New York State Appalachian Development Plan Update 300 2-3 Resolution #457 300 4 Vital Statistics of New York State 300 5 1979 Correspondence 300 6 Review of New York State Plan of Record 300 7 1980 Correspondence 300 8 1981 Appalachian Regional Development Plan 301 1-4 Correspondence 301 5 1983 Correspondence 301 6 New York State Appalachian Goals and Program Emphases 301 7 Resolution #549 301 8 1984 Correspondence 301 9 New York State Appalachian Goals and Program Emphases 301 10 Resolution #562 301 11 1985 Correspondence 301 12 New York State Appalacian Goals and Program Emphases 301 13 Resolution #567 301 14 1986 New York State Appalachian Goals and Program Emphases 301 15 1987-1990 Appalachian Development Plan [November 1987] 302 1 Appalachian Development Plan [corrected February 1988] 302 2 Appalachian Development Plan [Revised October 1988] 302 3 Appalachian Development Plan [Revised October 1989] 302 4 Correspondence 302 5 FY 1987 Appalachian Goals, Program Emphases 302 6 New York State Annual Strategy Statement, FY 1989 302 7 Resolutions #579, 581, 587, 590 302 8 1991 Correspondence and Resolutions #599, #605 799 13 North Carolina vii 1967 Consolidated Report of Activities and Progress 303 1 Correspondence 303 2 Investment Guidelines for the North Carolina Appalachian Region, Draft 303 3 Investment Guidelines for the North Carolina Appalachian Region 303 4 North Carolina's Initial Public Investment Plan 303 5 1968 A Comprehensive Regional Health Complex 303 6 Correspondence 303 7 Manpower Education in the North Carolina Appalachian Region 304 1-3 A Plan for Public Investment in Appalachian North Carolina 304 4 1969 A Comprehensive Regional Health System 304 5 Correspondence 304 6 Projects and Plans in Appalachian North Carolina 304 7 1970 Correspondence 305 1 Health Development Plan 305 2 North Carolina Appalachian Development Plan: Review Draft 305 3 A Plan for Public Investment in Appalachian North Carolina 305 4 1971 Correspondence 305 5 Health Development Plan, Draft 305 6 Health Development Plan 305 7 Updated Investment Guidelines 305 8 1972 Correspondence 306 1-2 Health Development Plan Grant Application 306 3-4 North Carolina State Interagency Child Development Plan 306 5-7 North Carolina's Project Package for Child Development 307 1 A Plan for the Establishment of A Comprehensive Child Development Program in North Carolina 307 2 1973 Correspondence 307 3 North Carolina Statewide Development Policy and Supplement 307 4 North Carolina Statewide Development Policy and Supplement: Appalachian Region 307 5 1974 Appalachian Health and Child Development Plan for North Carolina 307 6 Correspondence 307 7 Health Addendum 307 8 North Carolina Appalachian Investment Plan 307 9 North Carolina Governor's Policy Guidelines 307 10 Regional Health Development Plan 307 11-12 1975 Correspondence 308 1 Regional Health Development Plan 308 2 1976 Correspondence 308 3 North Carolina's Overall Plan 308 4 1977 Correspondence 308 5 North Carolina Appalachian Development Plan 308 6 North Carolina's FY 1977 State Appalachian Development Plan Update 308 7 1978 Correspondence 308 8 Overview: The North Carolina FY 1978 Development Plan and Investment Program, A Balanced Growth Policy for North Carolina 308 9 Resolution #457 308 10 State Plan 308 11 1979 Areawide Action Program Region B 309 1 Areawide Action Program Region C 309 2 Areawide Action Program Region E 309 3 A Balanced Growth Policy for North Carolina 309 4 Correspondence 309 5 1980 Correspondence 309 6 Development Plan Abstract 309 7 1981 Coreespondence 309 8 FY 1981 Update 309 9 North Carolina Energy Institiute Annual Report 309 10 Report of Student Performance 309 11 1983 ARC Resolutions 309 12 Correspondence 309 13 The Local Report: North Carolina 2000 309 14 Summary of Results From Two Surveys About the Future of North Carolina 309 15 Supplement to North Carolina Appalachian Development Plan for the Finish-up Program 309 16 Ohio viii 1966 Ohio Appalachian Investment Plan 310 1 1967 Correspondence 310 2 1968 Ohio Applachian Development Plan, Final Draft 310 3 1969 Appalachian Ohio Development Plan 310 4-5 Appalachian Ohio: A Plan for Development 310 6 Comprehensive Health Planning in Appalachian Ohio 310 7 Correspondence 310 8 1970 Correspondence 311 1 Ohio Valley Health Services Foundation, Vol. 1 311 2-3 Ohio Valley Health Services Foundation, Vol. 2 311 4 1971 Correspondence 311 5 Ohio Appalachian Health Development Plan 311 6 Ohio Child Development State Plan and Projects 311 7-8 1972 Correspondence 312 1 Health Development Plan, Part 1 312 2 Ohio Appalachian Development Plan 312 3 State of Ohio Department of Public Welfare Social Sciences Manual 312 4 1973 Correspondence 312 5 Ohio Appalachian Development Plan 312 6 Ohio Appalachian Development Plan Amendments 312 7 1974 Child Development Plan 313 1 Correspondence 313 2 Ohio's Revised Appalachian Development Plan 313 3-5 1975 Correspondence 313 6 Plan of Record 313 7 1976 Plan of Record 313 8 State Development Plan, Part 1 313 9 1977 Corresopndence 313 10 State Development Plan 313 11 1978 Correspondence 314 1 Resolution #457 314 2 State Development Plan 314 3-4 1979 Correspondence 314 5 Infant Mortality: A Status Report 314 6 Plan Objective, Needs and Priorities 314 7 Resolution #487 314 8 State Development Plan, Part 2 314 9 1980 Correspondence 315 1 State of Ohio Appalachian Development Plan and Investment Program 315 2 1981 Addendum to Plan of Records 315 3 Addendum to Plan of Records 315 4 Correspondence 315 5 1983 Correspondence 315 6 Ohio Appalachian Development Plan 315 7 Resolutions # 549, 562, 567, 579, 581 315 8 Pennsylvania ix 1966 A Rationale for Public Investment in Appalachian Pennsylvania 316 1 1967 Appalachian Pennsylvania Background Report 316 2 Correspondence 316 3 A Plan for Public Investment in Appalachian Pennsylvania 316 4 1968 Pennsylvania Appalachia Development Plan 316 5 Pennsylvania Appalachia Region Ground Survey and Analyses, Phase A 316 6 Pennsylvania's Regions: A Survey of the Commonwealth 316 7 1969 Correspondence 317 1 Pennsylvania Appalachian Development Plan 317 2-3 Pennsylvania Appalachian Development Plan, Recommended Projects for the 3 Year Period Ending 1971 317 4 1970 Pennsylvania Appalachian Development Plan, Revision 317 5 1971 Correspondence 317 6 Interim Health Development Plan 317 7 Pennsylvania Appalachian Development Plan, Revision 317 8 1972 Central Pennsylvania Health Council: Health Development Plan 318 1 Child Development Plan for 202 Demonstration Area 318 2 Correspondence 318 3-4 Pennsylvania Appalachian Development Plan 318 5 Primary Health Care, Documents 1-2 319 1 Primary Health Care, Documents 3-6 319 2 1973 Comprehensive Investment Plan for Pennsylvania, Vol. 3 319 3 Comprehensive Investment Plan for Pennsylvania, Vol. 4 319 4 Correspondence 319 5 Project Review 319 6 1974 Child Development Proposal Handbook 320 1 Child Development State Plan 320 2 Correspondence 320 3 Pennsylvania Appalachian Development Plan Supplement, Vol. 1 320 4-6 Pennsylvania Appalachian Development Plan Supplement, Vol. 2 (Statistical Appendices) 320 7 Pennsylvania Appalachian Development Plan Supplement, Vol. 3 (Inabridged Narrative Statements Submitted by Local Development Districts) 320 8 1975 Correspondence 321 1 State Plan for Child Development 321 2 1976 Correspondence 321 3 Pennsylvania Appalachian Development Plan 321 4 1977 Correspondence 321 5 Pennsylvania Appalachian Development Plan Supplement 321 6-8 Pennsylvania Appalachian Development Plan Update 321 9 1978 Child Development Component 322 1 Correspondence 322 2-3 Economic Development Through Innovation: A Development Plan 322 4 Health Component 322 5 Justification of Amendments to Existing Economic Activity Areas in the North Central Region 322 6 List of Municipalities in Each Economic Activity Area 322 7 1979 Economic Development Through Innovation: A Development Plan and Addendum 322 8-9 1980 Abstracts: State Appalachian Development Plans and Investment Programs 323 1 Correspondence 323 2 1981 Challenge and Response: A Strategy for Economic Development and Community Conservation in Appalachian Pennsylvania 323 3 Choices for Pennsylvania Technical Editions 323 4 Correspondence 323 5 1983 ARC Resolutions # 549-581 323 6 Correspondence 323 7 Investment Program 323 8 Pennsylvania Enterprise: Pennsylvania's Appalachian Development Program, Finish-up Plan 323 9 South Carolina x 1966 Economic Analysis and Investment Plan for Appalachian South Carolina 324 1 A Survey of Educational Characteristics and Job Opportunities in the Appalachian Region of South Carolina 324 2 1967 Correspondence 324 3 South Carolina Appalachian Investment Plan 324 4 South Carolina State Appalachian Development Plan 324 5 A Survey of Job Opportunities and Manpower Characteristics in Spartanburg County, South Carolina 324 6 1968 Correspondence 324 7 South Carolina Investment Plan 324 8 State Department Plan for Appalachian South Carolina 324 9 1969 Correspondence 325 1 Health Development Plan 325 2 A Plan for Regional Parks 325 3 South Carolina State Appalachian Development Plan 325 4 1970 Correspondence 325 5 Health Development Plan, Vol. 1-3 325 6 Health Development Plan, Vol. 4, Synopsis 325 7 South Carolina State Appalachian Development Plan 325 8 South Carolina State Appalachian Investment Plan 325 9 1971 Correspondence 326 1 Supplement to the 1970 South Carolina State Appalachian Development Plan, Draft 326 2 Update to the Health Development Plan 326 3 1972 Appalachian Development Plan 326 4 Child Development Plan, Second Draft 326 5 Child Development Plan and Project 326 6 Correspondence 326 7 Health Development Plan 327 1 1973 Comprehensive Child Development Plan 327 2 Correspondence 327 3 Growth Area Study 327 4 Health Development Plan 327 5 Overall State Plan 327 6 South Carolina Appalachian Investment Plan 328 1 South Carolina Child Development Program Progress Report 328 2-3 1974 Comprehensive Child Development Program Progress Report 328 4 Correspondence 328 5 Growth Area Study 328 6 Operational Guide 328 7-8 South Carolina Appalachian Development Plan, Draft 329 1 South Carolina ARC Applications 329 2 1975 Comprehensive Child Development Program 329 3 Correspondence 329 4 South Carolina Appalachian Development Plan 329 5-6 State Plan Abstract 329 7 1976 Correspondence 329 8 South Carolina Appalachian Development Plan 329 9-10 State Plan Abstract 329 11 1977 Addendum to South Carolina Appalachian Development Plan: Chapter 2, Goals and Objectives, Revisions for Education 330 1 Correspondence 330 2 Plan Background and Abstract 330 3 South Carolina Appalachian Development Plan 330 4 1978 Correspondence 330 5 Plan Overview 330 6 Resolution #457 330 7 South Carolina Appalachian Development Plan 330 8-9 1979 Correspondence 331 1 South Carolina Appalachian Development Plan 331 2-3 1980 Correspondence 331 4 Infant Mortality in South Carolina Appalachia 331 5 South Carolina Appalachian Development Plan 331 6-7 1981 Correspondence 332 1 South Carolina Appalachian Development Plan 332 2--3 1983 Correspondence 332 4 Resolutions 332 5 South Carolina Appalachian Development Plan 332 6 1988 Correspondence 332 7 Resolution #587 332 8 South Carolina Appalachian Development Plan 332 9 Tennessee xi 1965 Appalachian Regional Development Act of 1965: A Rationale and Model for Its Application in Tennessee 333 1 Narrative and Justification for Allocating Sections 211 and 214 Funds in Tennessee 333 2 1966 Resume of Tennessee's Appalachian Investment Program 333 3 1967 Correspondence 333 4 Tennessee Appalachian Development Plan and Substantiating Data 333 5 1968 An Amendment to the Tennessee Appalachian Development Plan and The Project Package 333 6 Correspondence 333 7 1969 Tennessee Appalachian Development Plan 333 8 1970 Correspondence 333 9 Tennessee Appalachian Development Plan, Supplement No. 1 333 10 Tennessee Child Development Plan, Planning Structures 333 11 1971 Correspondence 334 1 State Development Plan, Draft Copy Supplement No. 2 334 2 Tennessee Appalachian Development Plan, Supplement No. 2 334 3 1972 Correspondence 334 4 State of Tennessee Child Development Plan 334 5 1973 Correspondence 334 6 Tennessee Appalachian Development Plan, Supplement No. 3 334 7 Tennessee Child Development Plan 334 8 1974 Correspondence 335 1 Tennessee Appalachian Development Plan 335 2 1975 Correspondence 335 3 Tennessee Appalachian Development Plan 335 4 1976 Correspondence 335 5 Tennessee Appalachian Development Plan 335 6-7 Tennessee Statewide Development Plan 336 1-3 1977 Correspondence 336 4 Industrial Sites in Tennessee 336 5 Tennessee Appalachian Development Plan 336 6-7 1978 Correspondence 337 1 Review of Tennessee Plan-of-Record for Use in the Investment Program 337 2 1979 Correspondence 337 3 State of Tennessee Appalachian Development Plan and Investment Program 337 4 1980 Correspondence 337 5 Tennessee Appalachian Development Plan 337 6 Tennessee Appalachian Development Plan, Supplement B: Social Conditions 337 7 Tennessee Appalachian Development Plan, Supplement D: Economic Activity in Appalachian Tennessee 337 8 Tennessee Appalachian Development Plan, Supplement E: Growth Centers 337 9 Tennessee Appalachian Development Plan, Supplement H: Developed Industrial Acreage Impact Analysis and Needs Assessment in Appalachian Tennessee 337 10 Tennessee Appalachian Development Plan, Supplement I: Evaluation of Water Treatment and Distribution Facilities 337 11 Tennessee Appalachian Development Plan, Supplement J: Areas of Special Concern 337 12 1983 Correspondence 337 13 Resolutions #549, 562,567,579,581 337 14 Tennessee Appalachian Development Plan, Supplement J 337 15 Tennessee's State Development Plan 337 16 Virginia xii 1963 Health Development Plan, Draft 338 1 1965 Partial Development Plan for Appalachia 338 2-3 Supplement to Draft, Appalachian Project 338 4 1967 Appalachian Regional Health Demonstration Program, Vol. 1 338 5 Appalachian Regional Health Demonstration Program, Vol. 2, Appendices 338 6 Correspondence 338 7 Revision of Community Mental Health Centers; Survey and Construction Plan 338 8 Revision of the Mental Retardation Facilities; Survey and Construction Plan 338 9 1968 Correspondence 339 1 Health Development Plan, Virginia Appalachian Health Services, Regional Health Demonstration Program, Vol. 1 and 2 339 2 Virginia's Development Strategy: Appalachian Region, Draft 339 3 Virginia's Development Strategy: Appalachian Region 339 4 1970 Correspondence 339 5 Health Development Plan, Virginia Appalachian Health Services, Regional Health Demonstration Program 339 6 State Development Program for Appalachian Virginia, Draft 339 7 State Development Program for Appalachian Virginia 339 8 Virginia's Development Strategy: Appalachian Region 339 9 1971 Correspondence 340 1 Revision of the Health Development Program 340 2 1972 Correspondence 340 3 Supplement to the Virginia ARC Early Childhood Development State Plan 340 4 Virginia Appalachian Health Services Health Development Plan 340 5 1973 Correspondence 340 6 Early Childhood Development Program 340 7 Health Services Development Plan 340 8-9 Virginia's Development Strategy: Appalachian Region 340 10-11 1974 Addenda to Virginia's Approved State Appalachian Development Plan 341 1 ARC Executive Committee Approval of 1974 State Plan 341 2 Commonwealth of Virginia's Amendments to the FY 1976 Development Strategy 341 3 Correspondence 341 4 Health Development Plan 341 5 Virginia Development Strategy: Appalachian Region and Addendum 341 6-7 1975 Correspondence 341 8 Virginia Appalachian Child Development Program's Annual Development Plan and Project Package Listing 341 9 1976 Amendment's to Virginia's Development Strategy: Appalachian Region 1974 341 10 Correspondence 341 11 Virginia Response to ARC Staff Review Comments: Amendments to Virginia's Developmental Strategy 341 12 1977 Amendments to Virginia's Development Strategy: Appalachian Region, 1974 341 13 Commonwealth of Virginia 1977 Amendments 341 14 Correspondence 341 15 Mt. Rogers Early Childhood Development Plan 341 16 Response to the ARC Draft Staff Review of Virginia's 1977 Plan Amendments 341 17 1978 The Commonwealth of Virginia Development Plan and Investment Program, Overview 342 1 Correspondence 342 2 Early Childhood Development Plan 342 3 New River Valley Childhood Development Plan 342 4 Virginia's State Development Plan 342 5-6 1979 Amendments to the Development Strategy for the Appalachian Region of Virginia 342 7 Commonwealth of Virginia Appalachian Development Plan and Investment Program 342 8 Correspondence 342 9 Virginia Appalachian Development Plan 342 10 1980 Amendments to the Development Strategy for the Appalachian Region of Virginia 342 11 Commonwealth of Virginia Appalachian Development Plan and Investment Program 342 12 Correspondence 342 13 State Appalachian Development Plans and Investment Programs, Abstracts 342 14 1981 ARC Plan Amendments 343 1 Commonwealth of Virginia Appalachian Development Plan and Investment Program 343 2 Correspondence 343 3 1983 Commonwealth of Virginia Development Strategy, 1983 Finish-Up Amendments for the Appalachian Region of Virginia as Amended through 1987 343 4 Correspondence 343 5 Finish-Up Amendments for the Development Strategy for the Appalachian Region of Virginia 343 6 Replacement Pages for the 1983 Finish-Up Amendments 343 7 Resolutions 343 8 West Virginia xiii 1967 Correspondence 344 1 Preliminary Analysis of Regional Patterns in West Virginia 344 2 State Plan for Construction of Community Mental Health Center 344 3 1968 Prospectus for a Southern West Virginia Appalachian Regional Demonstration Health Program 344 4 State Plan for Hospital and Medical Facilities 344 5 Southern West Virginia Appalachian Regional Demonstration Health Program 344 6-7 1969 Appalachian Guidelines, Vol. 1 345 1 Appalachian Guidelines, Vol. 2 345 2-3 Correspondence 345 4 Health Development Plan 345 5 1970 Appalchian Guidelines, Vol. 1 346 1 Correspondence 346 2 Health Development Plan, Vol. 2 346 3 "The Second Year", Appalachian Operation Health 346 4 1971 Correpondence 347 1 Health Development Plan, Vol. 1 347 2 State Plan for Hospital and Medical Facilities 347 3 Statewide Development Plan 347 4 1972 Correspondence 347 5 Health Development Plan 347 6 State Plan for Hospital and Medical Facilities 347 7 West Virginia's Comprehensive Child Development Plan and Project Package 348 1-4 1973 Appalchian Development Plan 348 5 Correspondence 348 6 Health Development Component of the West Virginia State Appalachian Development Plan 348 7 West Virginia Statewide Development Plan 348 8 1974 Correspondence 349 1 West Virginia Comprehensive Health Plan 349 2 West Virginia State Plan 349 3 1975 Correspondence 349 4 Resolution #406 349 5 State Appalachian Development Plan, Health Component 349 6 Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan 349 7-8 Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan, Revised 349 9 1976 State of the State 349 10 1977 West Virginia's Revised State Appalachian Development Plan 350 1 1978 Correspondence 350 2 Resolution #457 350 3 Solid Waste Dispersal Practices in West Virginia 350 4 State Appalachian Development Plan, Health System Statement, Preliminary Draft 350 5 State of West Virginia Plan, Revised 350 6-7 A Statewide Housing Need Analysis 350 8 Welfare Statistics 350 10 West Virginia Development Plan, Abstract Overview 350 11 The West Virginia Development Plan and Investment Program Overview 350 12 West Virginia Library Commission Long-Range State Program 350 13 West Virginia State Appalachian Development Plan 350 14 1979 Action Plan, West Virginia's Department of Highways 351 1 Correspondence 351 2 A Plan for Progress West Virginia Higher Education In the Seventies 351 3 State Plan for Vocational Education, Annual Program Provisions 351 4 State Rail Plan 351 5 Summary: State Housing Plan 351 6 Summary: State Land Use Policy 351 7 West Virginia State Development Plan, Draft 351 8-9 West Virginia State Development Plan 352 1 West Virginia State Development Plan, Revise 352 2 1980 Correspondence 352 3 Infant Mortality in West Virginia: A Preliminary Report, Draft 352 4 West Virginia State Development Plan 352 5-6 1981 Correspondence 353 1 West Virginia State Development Plan, Draft 353 2-3 West Virginia State Development Plan 353 4 1982 West Virginia State Development Plan 353 5 1983 Correspondence 353 6 Resolution #549 353 7 West Virginia State Development Plan Update, Draft 353 8 1984 Appendix: ARC Finish-up Program 354 1 Correspondence 354 2 Resolution #562 354 3 Summary of Appalachian Finish-up Plan 354 4 1985 Correspondence 354 5 Resolutions #567, 579 354 6 West Virginia State Development Plan Update 354 7 1986 Summary of Appalachian Finish-up Plan 354 8 West Virginia State Development Plan 354 9 1987 Correspondence 354 10 Resolution #581 354 11 1988 Correspondence 354 12 Resolution #587 354 13 West Virginia State Development Plan 354 14 1989 Correspondence 354 15 Resolution #590 354 16 West Virginia State Development Plan 354 17 1991 Correspondence and Resolutions #599, #605 800 1 Governor's Annual Strategy Statement 1991 800 2 West Virginia State Development Plan 800 3 Abstracts and Summaries xiv 1968 355 1 FY 1976 355 2 FY 1977 355 3 FY 1978 355 4 FY 1978 [Abstracts and Investment Programs] 800 4 FY 1979 355 5 FY 1979 [Abstracts and Investment Programs] 800 5 FY 1980 355 6 FY 1980 [Abstracts and Investment Programs] 800 6 FY 1981 355 7 FY 1981 [Summary and Investment Programs] 800 7 FY 1984 355 8 FY 1985 355 9 FY 1986 356 1 FY 1987 356 2 FY 1988 356 3 FY 1989 356 4 FY 1990 356 5 FY 1991 800 8 FY 1992 800 9 FY 1993 800 10 FY 1994 800 11 FY 1995 801 1 FY 1996 801 2 Final Project Reports III Scope and Contents note ike "Internal Documents", this section comprises approximately one-third of the ARC Archives. It is divided into three categories: project reports that are site-specific and, therefore, arranged by state; those that are regional in scope; and finally, "Program Analyses", reports in which the main purpose was evaluation. Project reports were placed in this section if, somewhere on the document, funding credit is given to the ARC or if an ARC contract number appears on the item. Other project reports are located in the last section, Local Development Districts--Publications and Reports (See Boxes 660-771). Each entry is arranged: Title/ author; date. Project number (if available) Often the reports have only contract numbers (e.g. 66-100) which were simply accession numbers for the ARC. These numbers are not included in an entry. Project numbers usually, but not always, take the form: KY-0000-00-I-201-0000. The first two letters indicate the general source of money from which the funding came-- in this example, the money originated from funds allocated to Kentucky projects; the number, 201, represents the program category, "Highways". Since this entire inventory can be keyword searched, it is possible for a researcher to see all project reports that fall into a particular program category, if that report has a project number. All reports which are marked "OVERSIZE" refer to the Box and Folder number where that item is located. Alabama i Regional Health Demonstration Project: A Feasibility Study of the Health Needs in Morgan, Lawrence, and Limestone Counties of Northern Alabama/ Tri-County Appalachian Regional Health Planning Commission; September 1967 357 1-2 The Present and Projected Agricultural Economy of the Appalachian Region of Alabama/ Department of Agricultural Economics and Rural Sociology, Auburn University; February 1968 357 3-4 Manpower Study of Appalachian Alabama/ School of Commerce and Business Administration, University of Alabama; March 1968 357 5 A Report on the Modification and Testing of a Dynamic Economic Model for the State of Alabama/ Bureau of Business Research, University of Alabama; August 1968 357 6 A Comprehensive Water and Sewer Study of Lawrence, Morgan, and Cullman Counties/ Rust Engineering Company; 1968 358 1 Attitudes Survey 1968-69: Cullman, Morgan, and Lawrence Counties, Alabama/ North Central Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission; June 1969 358 2 Commercial Areas Study 1968-69/ North Central Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission; June 1969 358 3 Community Facilities Inventory: Part 1; Libraries and Cultural, Health and Welfare, Administrative, Protection, Utilities, Recreation and Open Space/ North Central Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission; June 1969 358 4 Population and Economic Analysis and Statistics; Supplement for Population and Economic Study/ Rust Engineering Company; July 1969 358 5 Street Naming and Unit Numbering Manual/ North Central Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission; August 1969 358 6 Proposed Corridor "I": Appalachian Development Highway System, A Road Justification Study/ Top of Alabama Regional Council of Governments; September 1969 358 7 Appalachian Data Book: Alabama/ Appalachian Regional Commission; April 1970 358 8 East Central Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission: Progress and Plans/ East Central Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission; October 1970 359 1 Annual Completion Report of the Alabama Youth Leadership Development Program/ Dean Y. Matthews; January 1971 359 2 Local Government Survey/ Coosa Valley Planning Agency; January 1971 359 3 Economic Atlas/ Top of Alabama Regional Council of Governments; April 1971 359 4 Progress Through Cooperation: A Proposed System of Intergovernmental Cooperation for North Central Alabama/ Bureau of Public Administration, April 1971 359 5 A Solid Waste Study/ Coosa Valley Planning Agency; April 1971. 0700-71 359 6 A Project to Develop a Management Information System for the State of Alabama: Draft/ Civil Systems Group; May 1971 360 1 A Project to Develop a Management Information System for the State of Alabama: Final Report/ Civil Systems Group; May 1971 360 2-3 Appalachian Final Report: Second Annual Administration Grant Period, 1970-71/ East Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission; June 1971 360 4 Public Services Directory of the Muscle Shoals Region/ Muscle Shoals Council of Local Governments; June 1971 360 5 Historical Sites [Coosa Valley, Alabama]/ Coosa Valley Planning Agency; August 1971. AL-0700-71 360 6 Historical Sites, Phase II/ Coosa Valley Planning Agency; [c. 1971] 821 1 Study of Educational Services in Planning and Development District Three, State of Alabama, Final Report/ University College at the University of Alabama; January 1972 361 1 Final Report for the Human Resources Program of the Top of Alabama Regional Council Council of Governments/ Eugene Hoyt; February 1972 361 2 Community Facilities Inventory for the Tallapoosa Valley Region/ East Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission; June 1972. 0700-72 361 3-4 Economic Atlas/ East Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission; June 1972. 0700-72 362 1-2 Historic Sites: Survey, Evaluation, Re-Inventory/ East Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission; June 1972, 0700-72 362 3 Muscle Shoals Area Taxation Study: An Analysis of Sales, Use, Gross Receipts, Privilege Licence, Tobacco, and Gasoline Taxation Practices and Recommended Ordinances/ The Research Group, Inc., September 1972 362 4 Economic Atlas/ Top of Alabama Regional Council of Governments; October 1972 362 5 A Comparative Analysis of Ad Valorem Taxation Practices: Muscle Shoals Area Taxation Study, Vol. 2/ The Research Group, December 1972. RP 0178 362 6 North Alabama Health Data Base/ Tri-County Appalachian Regional Health Planning Commission; 1972 362 7 Economic Atlas/ Birmingham Regional Planning Commission; May 1973 363 1-2 Final Report for the Human Resources Program of the Top of Alabama Regional Council of Governments/ Eugene Hoyt; June 1973 363 3 Alabama Industrial Development Guide for Fifteen Sites Within Appalachian Region/ Applied Systems Engineering, Inc.; July 1973. AL-1887 363 4 Final Report for the Adult Education Program of the Human Resources Program/ Top of Alabama Regional Council of Governments; October 1973. RP-264 363 5 Veteran's Education, Training and Counseling Program, Final Report/ Top of Alabama Regional Council of Governments; [c. 1973] 363 6 Youth Development Program: Final Report/ Top of Alabama Regional Council of Governments; [c. 1973] 363 7 Directory of Community Services Facilities/ Birmingham Regional Planning Commission; June 1974 363 8 Final Report for the Human Resources Program of the Top of Alabama Regional Council of Governments; June 1974 363 9 Fiscal Management Study for Thorsby, Alabama/ Birmingham Regional Planning Commission; June 1974 363 10 Alabama Mining and Manufacturing in Perspective/ Alabama Development Office; June 1974. AL-3058 364 1 Fiscal Management Study for Leeds, Alabama/ Birmingham Regional Planning Commission; September 1974. AL-0700E-75-C4-302-0516 364 2 Analysis for Corridor "V" Socioeconomic Impact/ Leroy F. Tonkin, Jr., (Alabama Development Office); October 1974. AL-3058 364 3-4 Corridor V: Industrial Site Data/ Alabama Development Office; October 1974 364 5 1974 National Transportation Study for Alabama/Alabama Development Office; October 1974. AL-2367 364 6 Disaster Relief Assistance Plan for Brent, Alabama/ Appalachian Regional Commission; December 1974. CPA-1054 365 1 Attractiveness of Alabama for Automotive Related Industry/ Public Systems, Inc., January 1975 365 2 Park and Recreation Survey and Plan: Jefferson County/ Birmingham Regional Planning Commission; April 1975. AL-0700-75-C4-302-0516 365 3 EARLS: East Alabama Regional Library System: Final Report/ East Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission; May 1975 365 4 Selected Measures of Health Manpower, Facilities and Education by Health Area/ [ARC]; May 1975 365 5 Final Report for the Human Resources Program of the Top of Alabama Regional Education Education Service Agency (TARESA)/ Top of Alabama Regional Education Service Agency; June 1975 365 6 Planning Considerations: Energy Resources; Floods; Land Ownership; Land Use/ Alabama Development Office; June 1975 365 7 Planning Considerations: Mineral Resources; Soils; Topography and Slope/ Alabama Development Office; June 1975 365 8 Economic Atlas of West Alabama/ West Alabama Planning and Development Council; 1975 366 1 An Evaluation: Twenty-Five High Potential Transportation Sites/Rural Research Consultants, Inc., 1975 366 2-6 Alabama Planning and Development Coordination Directory/ Alabama Development Office; January 1976 366 7 Corridor "V" Industrial Site Development Plans/ Urban Consultants, Inc.; January 1976AL-3748-74-I-201A-0618 528 2-3 Basic Labor Study of Appalachian Alabama/ Dickerson Enterprises, Inc., June 1976. AL-4483-76-I-302-0918 367 1 The Feasibility of Generating Steam in West Alabama Using Wood as Fuel/ ECON; September 1976. AL-4495-76-I-302-1030 367 2 Industrial Site Studies Along Appalachian Highways, State of Alabama/Urban Consultants,Inc.; September 1976. AL-4827-76-I-201A-11-0318 529 1 Economic Development Opportunities Along the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway in Alabama/West Alabama Planning and Development Commission; October 1976. AL-4035 367 3 Appalachian Regional Development Act Section 302 (a) (2), State Research and Demonstration Program: Final Evaluation Report/ Colbert-Lauderdale Public School Data Center; December 1976. 4369 367 4 Aid for Local Government/ West Alabama Planning and Development Council; 1976 367 5 Industrial Development Guidebook/ West Alabama Planning and Development Council; 1975-1976. AL-04-09-0160 367 6 Technical Assistance, 1975-1976/ West Alabama Planning and Development Council; 1976. AL-04-09-1060 367 7 Semiannual Appalachian Activity Report/ West Alabama Planning and Development Council; January 1977 367 8 Financing Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Related Growth/ American Technical Services, Inc., April 1977 367 9 Industrial Site Development Study: Introduction/ Consolidation Planning Services, Inc,; September 1977. AL-4827-77-CL-201A-0913 368 1-3 Regional Enterprise Development Coordinator: Final Report/ Northwest Alabama Council of Local Governments; December 1977. AL-5123-76-I-302-0331 368 4 Technical Assistance, 1976-1977/ West Alabama Planning and Development Council; 1977. AL-0700D-77-C5-302-0517 368 5 Public Water Facilities Inventory/ Alabama Development Office; January 1978. AL-4035 369 1-2 A Feasibility Study for a Public River Port and Waterfront Industrial Park for Birmingham and Jefferson County, Alabama/ Allen & Hashall, Inc.; July 1978. AL-5122-76-I-201A-11-0331 369 3 Alabama State Plan for Economic Growth and Development/ Alabama Development Office; September 1978. AL-5983-78-I-302-0223 370 1 Report of Technical Assistance/ West Alabama Planning and Development Council; May 1979. AL-0700D-79-C7-302-0605 370 2 West Alabama Areawide Action Program: Local Development Strategies, 1979 Update/ West Alabama Planning and Development Council; 1979 370 3 Abandoned Mine Lands Reclamation Program for Alabama/ Office of State Planning and Federal Programs; March 1980. CO-6569-79-I-302-0202 370 4 Foreign Trade and Services Feasibility Study/ Office of State Planning and Federal Programs; July 1980. AL-6943-79-I-302-0614 370 5 Odenville Area Development Strategy/ American Technical Services, Inc., October 1980 370 6 Development Potentials Along the U.S. Highway 431 Corridor/ Office of State Planning and Federal Programs; November 1980 370 7 Development Potentials Along the U.S. Highway 431 Corridor, Map Supplement/ Office of State Planning and Federal Programs; November 1980 529 3 Alabama Exporting Guide/ International Trade Center of the University of Alabama; 1980 370 8 The Alabama Space and Rocket Center: A Master Plan for Family Recreation/ James P. Curtis and Bettye B. Burkhalter; 1980 370 9 Computer and Biostatistics Core: Final Report/ Jeffrey M. Roseman; January 1981. AL-6350-78-I-302-0613 371 1-2 Feasibility Studies of In-Situ Coal Gasification in the Warrior Coal Field/ George W. Douglas and Marvin D. McKinney (University of Alabama); January 1981. AL-5605-77-IR 302-0830 372 1-2 Physical and Socio-Economic Impact of TVA Coal Gasification Plant on Marshall, Dekalb and Jackson Counties/ American Technical Services, Inc.; February 1981. AL-7751-80-1-302-0811 372 3 Integration of WIC Program with other Infant Mortality Programs: Final Report/ Terrence Collins (University of Alabama); September 1981. CO-7238-80-I-302-020G 372 4 Appalachian Alabama Exports: Foreign Trade and Services Feasibility Study; October 1981. AL-6943-80-C1-302-0623 372 5 Energy Management Plan for the City of Anniston, Alabama: Vol. 2, Technical Supplement/ Smith and Wilburn Associates; October 1981. AL-7272-80-I-302-0229 372 6 Permit Requirements for Development of Energy and Other Selected Natural Resources for the State of Alabama/USGS Resources Planning and Analysis Office; October 1981 373 1 Access to the Financial Data Base of ARIS Office Accounting Model/ R.L. Clark (Alabama Office of State Planning); 1981 373 2 Access to the Financial Data Base of ARIS State Tax Model/ Auburn University; 1981 373 3 New and Expanding Industries Report for Alabama/ Alabama Development Office; 1981 373 4 State Growth Policy Program: Final Report/ Office of State Planning and and Federal Programs; 1981 373 5 Marketable Energy Resources in Alabama: A Partially Annotated Research Bibliography/ Office of State Plan