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THE CHALLENGE OF PROVIDING FUTURE INFRASTRUCTURE IN AN ENVIRONMENT OF LIMITED RESOURCES, NEW TECHNOLOGIES, AND CHANGING SOCIAL PARADIGMS: PROCEEDINGS OF A COLLOQUIUM MARCH 24, 1995 TABLE OF CONTENTS     Alexandria 20/20, The Potomac Yards Redevelopment:Private/Public Interactions in The Provision of Infrastructure - Denton U. Kent   1     Horizontal Integration of Infrastructure Services:The New York City Experience - Albert F. Appleton   23     The Probable Future and Its Impacts on Infrastructure - Joseph D. Coates   45     Documents Supporting the Presentation by Mr. Albert F. Appleton   66

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THE CHALLENGE OF PROVIDING FUTURE INFRASTRUCTURE IN AN ENVIRONMENT OF LIMITED RESOURCES, NEW TECHNOLOGIES, AND CHANGING SOCIAL PARADIGMS: PROCEEDINGS OF A COLLOQUIUM MARCH 24, 1995