Lincoln Institute in the News


Lincoln Institute in the News

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In advance of the primaries, Hawaii News Now wanted to know how all three leading candidates stood on major issues facing Oahu, from (yes) r...

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City officials want to spare homeowners from steep increases in property taxes in a way that no Rhode Island community has tried in recent memory &mda...

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Study: Montgomery is Alabama's best-run city Source: WalletHub  Brad Harper, Montgomery Advertiser3:19 p.m. CDT July 28, 2016 ...

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The Convention Cities Reflect Challenges Facing the Next President BY ANDREW RESCHOVSKY | OP-ED | JULY 28, 2016 A demonstr...

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National security wrap

The Strategist
First Responder Disaster reconstruction provides opportunities for resilience A new report (PDF) from the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy...

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Minister promises decent housing for all Corry Elyda The Jakarta Post Surabaya | Thu, July 28 2016 | 09:4...

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ONLY 13% OF WORLD’S CITIES HAVE AFFORDABLE HOUSING – ACCORDING TO NEW RESEARCH Surabaya, 26 July 2016 – According to the Global S...

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Managing Urban Expansion for the Sustainability of Citiesi No one disputes the exponential urban population growth the world is experiencing and ...

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How One African City Is Flipping the Script on Urban Development From Wall Street to the World Bank, people are looking at Kampala as a model for how...

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What the UN Can Learn from America’s Most Desirable Urban Neighborhoods BY NIKOLA ALEXANDRE | OP-ED | JULY 27, 2016 ...

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Tim Kaine's Urbanist Bona Fides The former governor and mayor has a decent record of fighting sprawl. ANTHONY FLINT   Jul 24, 2...

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Study puts Nampa's per capita budget at top in nation By IDAHO PRESS- TRIBUNE STAFF newsroom@idahopress.com   Jul 26, 2016 ...

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Kennett Square asking churches, YMCA, senior center, to pay their fair share of taxes By Fran Maye, Daily Local News POSTED: 0...

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The latest resilience news from around the world   New report captures resilience and recovery lessons from six major disasters Print ...

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Chip Case, Top Housing Economist and Master Teacher, Passes Away

Real Estate and Urban Development Viewpoint
Sunday, June 26, 2016 Chip Case, Top Housing Economist and Master Teacher, Passes Away So in the previous posting I gave you the good ne...

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Nature: A Better, Faster, Cost-Effective Answer for Climate Resilience? by 3p Contributor on Thursday, Jul 21st, 2016 Living shoreline a...

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Why we need the property tax “A tax on immovable property is an important fi scal tool in a time of globalization and international competition...

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Kennett Square asking churches, YMCA, senior center, to pay their fair share of taxes By Fran Maye, Kennett Paper POSTED: 07/15/...

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An article posted online on Forbes Magazine's website was misleading in saying Aurora has the third highest property tax rates in the countr...

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Johnson: Assessor needs to modernize systems to better serve taxpayers Reporter profile More by Brian Johnson ...

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