Interview with Dale Blanton
Land use -- Oregon -- Planning
Dale Blanton was interviewed by Bob Rindy and Jim Knight on June 13, 2017.
Dale Blanton served as the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development’s senior coastal policy analyst and as the Federal Program Officer for the agency’s Coastal Management Program. He was the principal policy advisor to coastal planners, state agencies, and local governments, especially on statewide planning goals 16 (Estuarine Resources), 17 (Coastal Shorelands), and 18 (Beaches and Dunes), and monitored the effects of state and federal legislative actions on coastal policies and programs. Prior to his twenty-six-year career with DLCD, Blanton worked as a natural resource agency coordinator for the Oregon Dispute Resolution Commission. He retired from DLCD in 2011.
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Urban, Community and Regional Planning
Blanton, Dale; Rindy, Bob; and Knight, James, "Interview with Dale Blanton" (2017). People and the Land: An Oral History of Oregon’s Statewide Land Use Planning Program. 43.