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  1. Uncertain Futures

    Lincoln Institute Announce Winners of RFP Focused on Equity and Low-Growth Scenarios
    Revista Land Lines
    Julio 2020
    By Emma Zehner, July 29, 2020

    In the coming year, MN350, a Minnesota-based climate justice organization, will work with the city of Bemidji, nonprofit groups, residents, and three tribal nations—Leech Lake, Red Lake, and White...

  2. Uneven Impacts

    The Pandemic, The Property Tax, and Municipal Recovery
    Revista Land Lines
    Junio 2020
    By Liz Farmer, June 16, 2020

    Local governments are still learning what the COVID-19 crisis will mean for their revenues over the next year. In large part, the answer will depend on what part of the economy they rely on for their...

  3. Property Tax

    Fifty-State Study Shows Property Tax Inequities from Assessment Limits Continue to Grow
    Revista Land Lines
    Junio 2020
    By Will Jason, June 10, 2020

    In states with property tax assessment limits, disparities in tax bills between new and longtime homeowners continued to grow, according to the annual 50-State Property Tax Comparison Study by the...

  4. Land Lines, Abril 2020

    Revista Land Lines
    Abril 2020
    Editado por Katharine Wroth

    En este número, exploramos la manera en que las ciudades están siendo cada vez más resilientes, desde inversiones cabales en infraestructura verde en Shenzhen, China, hasta una...

  5. Property Tax

    Detroit Tries New Approaches to Tax Assessment and Collection
    Revista Land Lines
    Abril 2020
    By Liz Farmer, April 2, 2020

    Like many U.S. cities, Detroit suffered a housing collapse during the Great Recession. The crisis delivered a serious blow to the city’s already struggling revenue stream. Unlike other cities,...

  6. Tax Battles

    Cities Seek Higher Payments in Lieu of Taxes from Nonprofits
    Revista Land Lines
    Marzo 2020
    By Liz Farmer, March 4, 2020

    At a recent rally in front of Baltimore City Hall, activists sang, chanted, and otherwise voiced their view that the city’s major nonprofit institutions weren’t “paying their fair share” of property...

  7. El declive de los centros comerciales en Estados Unidos

    Cómo sortean los municipios los cambios en el panorama de las tiendas minoristas
    Revista Land Lines
    Febrero 2020
    Por Gregory Scruggs

    Durante décadas, los centros comerciales fueron una gran fuente de renta local por impuestos a la propiedad y a la venta. Pero ahora están perdiendo inquilinos y los medios anuncian un...

  8. Las riquezas de la resiliencia

    Las ciudades invierten en infraestructura verde. ¿Los desarrolladores deberían ayudar en la financiación?
    Revista Land Lines
    Febrero 2020
    Por Anthony Flint, 21 de febrero de 2020

    El nivel del mar sube y las tormentas se intensifican, y las ciudades descubren los beneficios de implementar infraestructura verde. Ahora, el problema es cómo pagarla.

  9. Land Lines, Enero 2020

    Revista Land Lines
    Enero 2020
    Editado por Katharine Wroth

    En este número, exploramos la eliminación de la zonificación unifamiliar en Minneapolis, el potencial de financiar la infraestructura verde mediante captura de valor, el impacto...

  10. At What Cost?

    Targeted Taxes Pose Challenges to Equity, Economic Growth
    Revista Land Lines
    Enero 2020
    By Liz Farmer, January 23, 2020

    Cities that feel hamstrung by property tax caps are increasingly using alternative approaches to taxing real estate, with the goal of eking out more revenue and, in some cases, changing behavior. But...

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