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Encyclopedia > Livability Court

A Livability Court is a municipal court (or court of limited jurisdiction) focused on cases involving non-compliance with codes and standards about housing, waste, environment, noise, animal control, zoning, traffic and tourism. The first Livability Court in the United States was created in Charleston, South Carolina [1] (http://www.ci.charleston.sc.us/pr_livability_court.html).

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In New York, the Midtown court's 16,000-a-year caseload has not declined in five years, suggesting that the court is not having the desired effect on local crime.
Court officials say the caseload remains high in part because the court now handles a wider range of offenses than it did initially.
In Philadelphia, the court's basic costs are picked up by the city, but private foundations have provided $2 million needed to pay for its medical staff and counselors for the court's two-year test period.
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