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Lincoln Institute in the News

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Wisconsin is still a tax hell

The Sheboygan Press
Wisconsin is not as much of a tax hell as it is reputed to be, according to a recent newspaper report. The Wisconsin Department of Revenue and the Wi...

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HUNTINGTON - Just like that, a 21-year dispute was over. The adoption of an ordinance authorizing Mayor Steve Williams to enter into an agreement wit...

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EXCLUSIVE Top 10 Books - 2015 Saturday, December 12, 2015 - 5:00am PST by JAMES BRASUELL AND JOSH STEPHENS Planetizen is pleased...

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Creating a Digital Bridge for Municipal Fiscal Health posted by LOURDES GERMAN DECEMBER 10,2015 in ARTICLES ...

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Favorable Mass. taxes a factor in GE’s hunt State is 25th on ranking of costs E-MAIL Share via e-mail ...

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Business Wire  12/10/2015 11:52 AM ET Register for the American Planning Association’s National Planning Conference in Phoenix Take ...

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A roundup of recent Michigan newspaper editorials The Associated Press The Detroit News. Dec. 4, 2015 Put priority on fixing Detr...

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Walsh to tap developers for affordable housing Fees tied to city’s inclusionary development policy expected to rise DAVID L....

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Editorial: Put priority on fixing Detroit tax system DetroitNews11:28 p.m. EST December 3, 2015 Buy Photo (Photo: Elizabeth Conley / The ...

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Column: Affordable housing —Where do we go from here? By Betsy DeWitt and Janice Kahn Posted Dec. 1, 201...

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What Would Jane Say?

City Journal
JUDITH MILLER What Would Jane Say? Jane Jacobs wrote the book on urban revival, but New York’s recent success poses questions that she never h...

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Office tower signs draw scrutiny from city officials Facing potential influx of requests, BRA will formalize policy CRAIG F. WALKER/GLOBE STAF...

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Real Estate Detroit tries unconventional approach to restoring its housing market Resize Text   Print Article   Commen...

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Questions (and some answers) about Bozeman’s new housing plan By Eric Dietrich Chronicle Staff Writer   Nov 17, 2015 ...

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William Fischel's New Book: "Zoning Rules! The Economics of Land Use Regulation" Now that I have moved from UCLA to USC, I have the opportunity...

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EXPLAINER Who are the Habitat III major players? Darren Wittingham/Shutterstock The cast of characters who will make the N...

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PILOTs 101: Will Philly’s big universities, hospitals and other nonprofits be asked to pay up? ...

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Bay Area must fight runaway housing costs By Armando Carbonell and Rick Jacobus November 12, 2015   1 ...

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Report: Detroit's Property Tax System in Need of Major Overhaul November 11, 2015, 12pm PSTJAMES BRASUELL Detroit's comeback h...

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Column: Prescott school bond, override passage a watershed event TONI DENIS ...

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