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Regulatory Barriers and Affordable Housing

On June 21, HUD’s Office of Policy Development and Research will host a lively exchange on the relationship between affordable housing and regulatory barriers. A panel of researchers and practitioners will discuss the land use zoning and regulations, permitting processes, and “not in my backyard” (NIMBY) opposition that research points to as primary causes of restricted housing supply and increased housing costs. 93 more words

Executive Office Of The Mayor

Editorial: Joint effort for economy is promising

About a decade ago, if we remember this correctly, we attended a mid-valley economic gathering with elected officials and business leaders from throughout the region. The discussion on that sunny afternoon revolved around the notion of thinking about the mid-valley’s economy in regional terms, and not just as countywide entities. 34 more words


The March of Folly 22 – Bringing services to the people

In the midst of continuing dysfunctionality, increasing evidence of financial corruption, arbitrary decisions at education, abrupt changes of personnel initially introduced with great hype, it was good last week to receive some positive news. 1,571 more words

March Of Folly

Spanish Books

Do you have any Spanish fiction books? Any reading level! We want to add more variety to our library in the learning center in Guatemala City. 9 more words


Program Assistant, Resilient Communities at New America

Fields: economic development, climate justice, urban planning, technology, infrastructure

Location: NYC New York

Deadline: Rolling

Details and Requirements: We seek to support communities by aligning a climate justice agenda with a digital justice framework where technology enhances preparedness, equitable economic development, and resilience. 138 more words

Full Time

Program Assistant, Africa at Center for International Private Enterprise

Fields: international relations, civil society, business, Africa, international development

Location: DC

Deadline: Rolling

Details and Requirements: CIPE has worked with business leaders, policymakers, and civil society to build the institutions vital to a democratic society. 107 more words

Full Time

TIF In University City

NOVUS Development had been approved by University City to develop a mixed use commercial site at the intersection of Olive and I-170. This is an ethnically diverse area with lots of small businesses and minority residences. 54 more words

Economic Development