Lincoln Institute in the News


Lincoln Institute in the News

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Big Ideas (That Didn't Work) Share Tweet E-mail 0 Comments Print By JOHN DANKOSKY, LYDIA BROWN, TUCKER IVES&n...

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Planning for the next Sandy

Variable Variability
Planning for the next Sandy: no relative suffering would be socialist The river Waal at Nijmegen, The Netherlands. The original river is to t...

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Posted: Sunday, April 13, 2014 6:30 am | Updated: 8:13 am, Sun Apr 13, 2014. By GIL SMART | Staff Writer Lancaster Mayor Rick G...

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Launch of UN-Habitat´s new free  online resource – the Global Urban  Lectures  The Global Urban Lecture series is an onl...

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What if we could combat gentrification and foreclosure and homelessness — all at the same time? That's the aim of community land trusts. Ev...

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In December 2012, Shaun Donovan, the secretary of Housing and Urban Development, was on vacation in Berlin when he decided to detour to the Netherland...

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DATE: March 28, 2014 China has been experiencing rapid economic growth and urbanization in the past thirty years. Many people are trying to unde...

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The sustainable city integrates natural systems, and uses natural resources efficiently. It requires engaged and enduring social relationships, cultur...

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Property tax rules tying housing values to decades-old property assessments in Oregon are creating a skewed system that’s bleeding into sale pri...

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By James Tatum Last updated: 18 hours ago I like Oliver Stone’s movies, but do I like them so much I’d offer the famed d...

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OWA CITY – Iowa City Council members want information on a tax deal between the University of Iowa and the city of Coralville, and the types of ...

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Feet First: Made For Walking

Landscape Architecture magazine
 LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE MAGAZINE MAR 2014 THE BACK / BOOKS FEET FIRST MADE FOR WALKING: DENSITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD FORM BY JULIE CAMPOLI; CA...

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A new online database aims to do what the federal government used to do until 10 years ago: provide detailed information on property taxes around the ...

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Crisis demands extra effort

The Times Tribune
Crisis demands extra effort Editor: A 2012 report by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy reaffirms the obvious: Payments-in-lieu-of-taxes are not a ...

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CORALVILLE – The University of Iowa pays the city of Coralville more than $1 million a year in place of property taxes for a medical clinic that...

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(Targeted News Service Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) NEW YORK, March 14 -- Rep. Charles B. Rangel, D-N.Y. (13th CD), issued the following news release: ...

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BSA Books: Made for Walking

Architecture Boston
Made for Walking: Density and Neighborhood Form Julie Campoli Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, 2012 Reviewed by Justin Crane AIA Increasing the d...

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     ATLANTA, March 10 -- The Habitat for Humanity International issued the following news release: Habitat for Humanity International ...

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States tend to vary in their tax laws: Oregon, for instance, has no sales tax, but it makes up the difference in high property taxes (which vary by co...

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Beyond matter of right: incentivizing preferred types of development Building approvals are tied to a term, "matter of right," which is based...

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