Lincoln Institute in the News


Lincoln Institute in the News

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  In the new book “Made for Walking: Density and Neighborhood Form,” landscape architect, urban designer, and photographer Julie Camp...

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It didn’t play in Peoria. Local and state officials tried to put together a generous incentives package to persuade an Egyptian company to build...

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The Minnesota Taxpayers Association and the Cambridge, Mass.-based Lincoln Institute of Land Policy produce an annual 50-state property tax comparison...

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In the richly illustrated new book “Made for Walking: Density and Neighborhood Form”, landscape architect, urban designer, and photographe...

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The debate over tax incentives for businesses is blazing hotter than ever in Texas and in Austin, and yet within that maelstrom a fundamental set ...

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It's a modern day version of Noah and the Ark, of sorts. Kingston took its first step Thursday afternoon in preparing for coastal flooding with part o...

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Talking taxes

The Kathleen Dunn Show Wisconsin Public Radio
This hour Kathleen Dunn's guest explains the most divisive aspects of our current tax code, and what Republicans and Democrats propose in order t...

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  Peter Stein, managing director of The Lyme Timber Company, is winner of the Land Trust Alliance’s Kingsbury Browne Conservation Leadershi...

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  KINGSTON, N.Y. — An effort to stem flooding along the city’s Rondout Creek waterfront will be launched this week.   In the wa...

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  It happened just before Thanksgiving, around the same time as the demise of that other indestructible American bounty, the Hostess Twinkie: the...

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Date: December 5, 2012 Time: 11:00am - 12:30 pm Mountain Standard Time Presented by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy and the Sonoran Institute,...

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The city PILOT program

Boston City TV
Lincoln Institute visiting fellow Daphne Kenyon is the lead presenter in this Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service at Suffolk University Law Sc...

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Ripple effects

Architecture Boston
  A fed-up populace and an awakened government stopped a scythe of highways from slicing through much of Boston, but it was too late for the elev...

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  As time goes by, planning decisions are becoming more and more complex and controversial due to competing economic interests, different cu...

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The TBD conclusions

Pagosa Daily Post
    The Gallagher Amendment was approved by the voters in 1982 and  divides the state’s total property tax burden betwe...

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An announcement this week that the Chinese government is “actively studying” an expansion of real estate taxes to more cities in China was...

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The next workplace revolution

The Atlantic Cities
  Telecommuting was supposed to change everything. Powerful computers, video-conferencing and services like Skype would allow employees to work f...

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Developers of planning software are increasingly turning to a collaborative “ecosystem” to enhance the capabilities, and foster the use, o...

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Although the importance of physical planning has gained recognition over the last 20 years, planning education has lagged, becoming less relevant to t...

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A profile of ABX Boston panelist Anthony Flint   Job title and company: Fellow and director of public affairs, Lincoln Institute of Land Po...

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