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Lincoln Institute in the News

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Connecticut's Commutersheds

Regional Plan Association
Map Release: Connecticut's Commutersheds August 12, 2010 A collection of maps produced by RPA illustrates the variation in commuting pat...

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Katy among places eyeing 'town square' model to draw visitors West of Houston, Katy plans City Hall center with shopping, dining, like its suburban c...

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MARBLETOWN, N.Y. — Standing at the edge of an overgrown field, Charles Noble, 65, cups his hands around his mouth and yells, “Mooowaaaahhh...

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Anthony Flint The Hatch House in Wellfleet, an unlikely enclave of Modernist design All photos courtesy Raimund Koch/Metropolis Books It m...

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Lynn Richards (LF ’13) came to Cambridge 2 years ago as a Lincoln/Loeb Fellow, a role that bridges the Loeb Fellowship and the Lincoln Inst...

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BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Reacting to "Stop the Swap" signs that have begun to appear in Berkeley Heights, apparently in opposition to the proposed land ...

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Jacques PALUT/shutterstock.com The way to an urbanite’s heart is through his stomach, apparently. A new study released today by plannin...

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TIF at a Turning Point: Defining Debt Down by Joan M. Youngman      The proposal by California Gov. Jerry Brown (D) to ...

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Master Planning: Moving Toward a Sustainable City   Dates July 21-22 2014 ...

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Raimondo launches first TV attack ad, blaming Taveras for R.I.’s high jobless rate Published: July 18, 2014 05:21 PM Comm...

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Equity Firm Restores Louisiana Marshland to Earn Credits It Can Sell By JOHN SCHWARTZJULY 12, 2014 Photo ...

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Posted: Sunday, July 6, 2014 12:00 am The issue: Wisconsin's tax burden. Our view: While by most measures it is higher than average, it's...

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A DECADE OR TWO AGO, “SMART GROWTH” WAS A TRENDING topic in planning circles. But since the recession began, growth of any kind has been...

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Providence was at a crossroads when I became mayor three and a half years ago. A $110 million structural budget deficit threatened our capital city wi...

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MARBLETOWN, N.Y. — Standing at the edge of an overgrown field, Charles Noble, 65, cups his hands around his mouth and yells, “Mooowaa...

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Property Taxes: State-by-State Highlights by Terry Sheridan on Jun 30 2014printer friendly Share on twitterShare on facebookMor...

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Who Really Owns Public Spaces? A new exhibit at the AIA New York Center for Architecture examines the changing function of parks and other open urban...

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Well into their second careers, and happily in the weeds By David Wallis   | NEW YORK TIMES   JUNE 22, 2014 ...

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Piketty is No Piketty

CounterPunch
WEEKEND EDITION JUNE 20-22, 2014 SHARE ON FACEBOOKSHARE ON TWITTERSHARE ON GOOGLEMORE SHARING SERVICES8 Of Capital and Wealth Pik...

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