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HST 498 Urban History: Phoenix and the Southwest

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Maricopa Association of Governments

"The Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) is a Council of Governments (COG) that serves as the regional agency for the metropolitan Phoenix area. When MAG was formed in 1967, the elected officials recognized the need for long-range planning and policy development on a regional scale. They realized that many issues such as transportation, air quality and human services affected residents beyond the borders of their individual jurisdictions."

ASU Library Holdings

The HAYDEN AZ DOCUMENTS collection contains a variety of Maricopa Association of Governments publications (Call Number starts with XGM) going back to the founding on MAG in 1967.  Topics include:

  • Transportation (Traffic, Freeways, etc.)
  • Human Services (Domestic Violence, Aging, etc.)
  • Environmental Issues  (Pollution,Water safety, etc.)

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