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Georgia Coast 2030: Population Projections for the 10-county Coastal Region

@inproceedings{Ross2006GeorgiaC2,
  title={Georgia Coast 2030: Population Projections for the 10-county Coastal Region},
  author={Catherine L. Ross and Jason Barringer and Saskia Benjamin and Andrea Foard and Karen Leone de Nie and David Pierce and Jason Vargo and Thomas D. Boston and Joy Wilkins},
  year={2006}
}
Coastal Georgia Regional Development Center began operation in 1964. The Coastal Georgia RDC serves 10 counties and 35 cities. The region encompasses the six coastal counties and four inland counties and has a total land area of over 5,110 square miles. The Coastal Georgia RDC provides local and regional comprehensive planning services and specialized planning services in transportation, water resources, and historic preservation. The Center also serve as the Economic Development District for… 

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