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Army Veteran Teams With Young Entrepreneurs to La...
... be held at four sites throughout Brooklyn, including Bed-Stuy’s Restoration Corporation and the Brooklyn Neighborhood Improvement Association. Williams said he hopes to expand...
Read more at DNA Info
PPL Plaza could become Allentown's white elephant
... left vacant, a side effect of the boom brought about by Allentown's new tax incentive, the Neighborhood Improvement Zone. For years the newest, shiniest office space in downtown Allentown,...
Read more at The Morning Call
New York City
Solar Power for Everyone
L.E.D.s and put a small solar array on the slate roof of the garage. The Borkowskis paid for the improvements, but the utility financed the charges through their electric bill, which fell the very...
Read more at The New Yorker
Tallahassee Southside Initiatives Connect Residen...
... focus on jobs for youth and adults, education, access to fresh food, infrastructure design, neighborhood empowerment/crime prevention and the South City Revitalization Council. “The City...
Read more at WCTV Tallahassee
Urban Land Institute
Building Green in a Red-Hot Market
Building Council began a pilot certification program for large-scale developments called LEED for Neighborhood. The program certifies neighborhoods that integrate the principles of smart growth, new...
Read more at The Memphis Daily News
Hamlet Homes’ Energy-Efficient, Solar Townhome Co...
... to outstanding winter and summer recreation opportunities, the convenience of a walkable neighborhood with restaurants, shopping and services, plus miles of walking, running and biking...
Read more at Business Wire
Natural Resources Defense Council
Wanted: Resident input on improving life in Middl...
Middletown Moving Forward, the city’s community improvement corporation, has started to work with resident to identify what can be done to improve the quality of life in the city. “We’re going to...
Read more at The Hamilton Journal News
How the rise of digital banking might set back a ...
... the city’s commercial center, was far nicer than the one he worked at in a poorer, blacker neighborhood. “My branch was so small that when my secretary was getting ready to get up, her chair...
Read more at Quartz
... store in Austin, Texas. To “the people that really dislike us,” he says, “Whole Foods is a big corporation, so they think that we’ve crossed over to the dark side.” Photograph by Dan...
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Potential new housing options near campus could b...
... only 2,000 residents live there year round. But now local officials in the area's Business Improvement District are pushing agendas to make the area more "vibrant," changing some of the...
Read more at The GW Hatchet
Association of American Medical Colleges
Metro Council to consider greenway between Charlo...
... heavy traffic, but relief may be in sight. Metro Council is considering a $1 million capital improvement project connecting Hadley and Elmington parks using land the city acquired years...
Read more at WSMV Nashville
2 vacant Weinland Park carryouts still await new ...
... orange sandbags holding down the fence supports. “I don’t think a vacant property is an improvement in a lot of cases,” said Weinland Park resident Rory Krupp, a University Area Commission...
Read more at The Columbus Dispatch
Ohio State University
San Diego Judge Warns Attorney Briggs About Possi...
... Briggs entered into a lawsuit over the convention center financing on behalf of a nonprofit corporation called San Diegans for Open Government. But the group was suspended by the state at the...
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San Diego City Council
Manufacturer opens warehouse in Mechanicsburg | M...
... there and the operations seemed like it would fit without disrupting the surrounding neighborhood.” Advanced Technology’s owners allowed local trustees and village officials to tour...
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