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Land Use: Parks, Recreational and Natural Areas, and Institutional Uses

This team described and analyzed existing parks, recreational and natural areas, and institutional structures in Madisonville. The analysis was based in three main aspects: location, residential accessibility and institutional mix. Location means simply where the analyzed features are located. Residential accessibility refers to how accessible those features are relative to where the population of Madisonville resides. And, finally, institutional mix considers characteristics such as proportions and sizes of the analyzed features.






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