(1) Rapid growth experienced by many communities in this state has caused many problems
for local government and its citizens in providing necessary public services and desirable
(2) Lack of growth and development, however, in the less densely populated and rural
areas of this state has caused another problem which adds to that of the urban areas.
(3) Migration of people, and youth in particular, to the urban areas because of lack
of opportunity for employment and development of careers compounds the problems of
governments already pressed to meet the demands of current growth.
(4) It is the responsibility of the state to assist rural areas with financial and
technical assistance to provide economic opportunity and community amenities and to
promote the general welfare of the people of this state.
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