Lincoln Institute in the News


Lincoln Institute in the News

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COAH should be abolished after 40 years of chaos | Opinion By Christopher Bateman Too many people are still struggling to find adequate housing ...

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Lincoln Institute CEO charts civic challenges to sustain solvency The Massachusetts think tank zeros in on financial health and sustainability around...

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Amid Detroit's resurgence, foreclosure crisis still threatens homeowners Homeowners wait inside a convention hall at Detroit's Cobo Center fo...

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Why Maine wants to tax nonprofit groups

The Christian Science Monitor
Why Maine wants to tax nonprofit groups Editors' Picks Subscribe EMAIL MORE ...

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Mitchell Schnurman Toyota employees: Enjoy the windfall, within reason Facebook ...

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Revival blueprint

Journal Gazette
March 02, 2015 1:02 AM Revival blueprint Reports show where cities must focus The phenomenon of “urban regeneration” – citi...

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Tax exemptions can cost towns E LINKEDIN  18COMMENTSPRINT JOHN TLUMACKI/GLOBE STAFF/FILE 2014 Gillette Stadium in Foxborou...

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BARRON'S PENTA A Harvest of Land-Related Tax Breaks Avialable tax breaks have helped produce some surprising farmers including Malcolm S. Forbes Jr....

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Author @ the Library:Modern Man: The Life of Le Corbusier, Architect of Tomorrow with Journalist Anthony Flint SHARE ON FACEBOOKRECOMMEND ...

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February 27, 2015 A “Century of Cities”—here and abroad Written by: Lynn Ross Do you live in an urban place? Chances a...

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Checking Up on Sprawl

Where Do We Go From Here
Checking Up on Sprawl Sprawl largely stopped dead during the recession, leaving analysts pondering whether the development paradigm had tru...

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Prefeitura e BID promovem seminário para discutir projetos urbanos ...

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2015 Minor property tax cut = bigger hurt in future budgets One of the attributes of Scott Walker’s propose...

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Will the Budget Cuts Harm the Local and State Economies? FRIDAY, 20 FEBRUARY 2015 | BUZZ Professor Andrew Reshovsky of UW-Madison discusses the ex...

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Top 10 Most Expensive States to File Taxes   2 Comments   By Chad Fisher   February 23, 2015 ...

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These 50 States New Jersey Town Cites College's $219,000 Table as Burden Feb 18, 2015 12:00 AM EST Tension between communities and nonprofits sim...

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Research Shows Struggling Cities Can Recover 2 February 12, 2015 When Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan used his State of the City addres...

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Lawmakers look at getting tougher on TIF; cities resist arrest By Deena Winter  /   December 23, 2014  /   18 Comments ...

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Flint, Anthony. Modern Man: The Life of Le Corbusier, Architect of Tomorrow. New Harvest. 2014. 288p. notes. index. ISBN 9780544262225. $25....

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College town follow up: alumni as residents and contributions to community capital   A couple weeks ago I wrote about College Park in the c...

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