Lincoln Institute in the News


Lincoln Institute in the News

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Money mattered in Michael Bloomberg's case. The billionaire's personal fortune (ranked 10th in the nation by Fortune) allowed him to bankroll hi...

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The new study is above and the news release from USC is below. The results are certainly encouraging and suggest that a new transit project can influ...

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Monday, December 16, 2013, by Neal Broverman There's new evidence that even if you don't actually ride public transportation, yo...

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10 Dic 2013 Seminario: Grandes Líneas de Política Urbana para la promoción de la Integración Social Por Equipo Plata...

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ANTHONY FLINT: RAZING THE PAST Over the last year we’ve seen how modernism can’t catch a break. A Frank Lloyd Wright home almost got demo...

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La edición 74 de la revista MundoGEO digital en Español ya se encuentra disponible para “hojear” online. En esta edici&oacu...

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Best Ways to Lower Your Property Taxes Here's how to appeal your bill and find out if you can claim age-based tax breaks By Elisabeth Leamy&nbs...

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Tufts payments to the City of Somerville

Somerville Community Access TV
Jane Regan from Somerville Community Access TV reports on negotiations between Somerville and Tufts University on payments in lieu of taxes.

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FRED LEBRUN <!-- e src/business/templates/hearst/article/types/byline.tpl -->Updated 6:42 am, Monday, December 2, 2013 Not that we need ...

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Michael A. Smith: Being like Texas would be costly   When Gov. Sam Brownback cried “Look out, Texas, here comes Kansas!” in his 2...

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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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