Lincoln Institute in the News


Lincoln Institute in the News

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LOWELL — The University of Massachusetts at Lowell has expanded from its two campuses on opposite sides of the Merrimack River into the heart of...

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For most people, airports are places to rush through and minimize time in. You select the security line that looks the fastest, then hunt down the fre...

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By Aaron Nicodemus, TELEGRAM & GAZETTE STAFF WORCESTER — Timothy J. McGourthy, the city's chief economic development officer, has b...

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By Anthony Flint © November 24, 2013 As coastal cities continue to face the potentially expensive threat of increasingly volatile weather, ...

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By James R. Follain, Seth Giertz November 22, 2013 Text Size: A A A Share on printPrint Share on emailE...

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November 20, 2013 Paul Farmer, FAICP, APA Chief Executive Officer Since 2001, Will Leave His Position in Mid-2014 WASHINGTON, DC —Paul Farmer,...

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Economy & competitive position Michigan needs vibrant communities to attract business 13 November 2013   by Ted Roelofs Bridge Magazine ...

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Just added this to our 2013 event radar. From the Scenario Planning Tools blog: Join us for the OPTG 2013 Symposium Nov 19-21! Join us for th...

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Homeownership Among Veterans As our nation honors those who served in the armed forces, today marks a good opportunity to look at housing stat...

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Artículo | Noviembre 11, 2013 - 5:00am Para saber si una ciudad es sostenible ésta debe ser compacta, compleja, eficiente y ...

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Property tax systems vary markedly in the United States. From assessment ratios to valuation standards even the terminology is inconsistently applied....

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The End of Public Promises? Governments and the Pension Deficit Disorder By Rob Bencini Generous public employee retirement benefits...

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LUCIANO BOTTINI FILHO - O Estado de S.Paulo Rua Inhambu, Moema, zona sul de São Paulo, perto de restaurantes, bares, lojas e o Parque do Ibi...

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IPTU sem preconceito

Folha de S. Paulo
Volto ao IPTU. Evidentemente, esperava uma forte reação contrária à coluna "Aumentem meu IPTU!", de 17/10/2013, na qual, e...

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Three great ideas about smart cities

La Secretaría Distrital de Planeación
Published on Oct 29, 2013 Armando Carbonell, urbanista y Jefe del Departamento de Planeación y forma urbana del Instituto Lincoln de Po...

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by Haya El Nasser    @hayaelna    October 29, 2013  5:00AM ET Zone A and other increased flood designation...

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Housing Little Sign of Housing Bubble in Land Prices By Peter Coy October 28, 2013 Photograph by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Empty parce...

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New Haven, Connecticut, sold two streets this year to Yale University, its biggest employer, and raised taxes to bolster its finances. The moves haven...

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For years, under the Market Place Fairness Act, brick-and-mortar retailers have been trying to ensure thainternet retailers be required to collect a s...

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William H. Sullivan, a career diplomat who spent much of the 1960s and 1970s in volatile parts of the world — notably Laos, where he oversa...

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