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dc.creatorBooth, Geoffrey
dc.creatorMolina, Daniel
dc.creatorSantos, Alexander
dc.creatorGarcia, Laura
dc.creatorGarcia, Sarah
dc.creatorOlivarez, Christopher
dc.creatorWolff, Alec
dc.creatorRicharson, Jennifer
dc.creatorRomero, Megan
dc.creatorBeckett, Katherine
dc.creatorStrom, Robert
dc.creatorCheek, Joseph
dc.creatorDavis, Zachary
dc.creatorGuerra, Daniel
dc.creatorMcIntyre, Scott
dc.creatorBishop, William
dc.creatorHoff, Austin
dc.creatorHernandez, Alex
dc.creatorStewart, Sean
dc.creatorKulka, William
dc.creatorWhitis, Dillon
dc.creatorCouvillion, Sarah
dc.creatorEnglish, Garrett
dc.creatorVasylyeva, Anastasiya
dc.creatorAllen, Jacob
dc.creatorJorgenson, Davis
dc.creatorKaska, Michael
dc.creatorTerrazas, Nathan
dc.creatorBarnete, Beau
dc.creatorGarcia, Karina
dc.creatorCruz, Sarah
dc.creatorHarwell, Ethan
dc.descriptionThe objective was to assess Jonestown's value and potential using the Quadruple Net Value metrics.en
dc.description.abstractThree projects are focused on the city of Jonestown. The first being a Quadruple Net Value Analysis report generated by undergraduate Land and Property Development students. The second is a public sewer feasibility study to generate creative solutions to septic and environmental conditions by undergraduate capstone Civil Engineering students. Finally, a graduate student will complete a transportation plan for the city to address connectivity and walkability.en
dc.description.sponsorshipTexas Target Communitiesen
dc.publisherTexas A&M University
dc.rightsCC0 1.0 Universalen
dc.titleThe Downtown Area of Jonestown, Texas.en
dc.typeTechnical Reporten

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