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The Atlantic
Where Did Hurricane Katrina Survivors End Up?stokes. Narayan Sastry, a scholar of population studies at the University of Mi
Where Did Hurricane Katrina Survivors End Up?
The Atlantic / Posted 3 days ago
stokes. Narayan Sastry, a scholar of population studies at the University of Michigan and a social scientist at the RAND Corporation, has been developing survey-based methods of tracking displaced New Orleanians since 2009. In a 2014 paper,... Read more
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Rappler
Local gov't action vs malnutrition is critical – DSWDFeeding Program (SFP) which seeks to provide meals to children enrolled in publ
Local gov't action vs malnutrition is critical – DSWD
Rappler / Posted 4 days ago
Feeding Program (SFP) which seeks to provide meals to children enrolled in public day care centers and supervised neighborhood play (SNP) across the country. The nutritional conditions of beneficiaries are prioritized since meals prepared... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
Picking Apart One of the Biggest Lies in American Politics: "Free Trade"tea was thrown into Boston Harbor by outraged colonists after the Tea Act of 17
Picking Apart One of the Biggest Lies in American Politics: "Free Trade"
Naked Capitalism / Posted 7 days ago
tea was thrown into Boston Harbor by outraged colonists after the Tea Act of 1773 gave the world’s largest transnational corporation a giant tax break) controlled the manufacture and transportation of a whole range of goods, including fine... Read more
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The Atlantic
New Orleans Has a Housing Crisis Despite Tens of Thousands of Vacant Homesgraffiti-covered plywood, are common. They pepper the landscape becoming more a
New Orleans Has a Housing Crisis Despite Tens of Thousands of Vacant Homes
The Atlantic / Posted 9 days ago
graffiti-covered plywood, are common. They pepper the landscape becoming more and more frequent as you drive from ritzier neighborhoods to poorer ones. The most ominous look as if they’re being reclaimed by the land, with tall grass and unpruned... Read more
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Boise Weekly
CCDC Celebrates Golden Anniversary With Eye On Future of Downtown BoiseFor the Capital City Development Corporation, Aug. 23 is an historic day. It wa
CCDC Celebrates Golden Anniversary With Eye On Future of Downtown Boise
Boise Weekly / Posted 13 days ago
For the Capital City Development Corporation, Aug. 23 is an historic day. It was on that date 50 years ago Boise's era of urban renewal began with the establishment of the Boise Redevelopment Agency. The Idaho Legislature passed the Idaho Urban... Read more
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WBEZ91.5
Mapping program pushes students to consider neighborhood's potentialPriscilla Agbeo and her team of four students stood in the parking lot of a big
Mapping program pushes students to consider neighborhood's potential
WBEZ91.5 / Posted 16 days ago
Priscilla Agbeo and her team of four students stood in the parking lot of a big warehouse in Chicago’s West Lawn neighborhood. Agboe wonders if the building is separate stores, or just one big store. Cars whiz along South Pulaski Avenue... Read more
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Times Newsweekly
Local NewsThe Greater Ridgewood Restoration Corporation (GRRC) has begun its semi-annual
Local News
Times Newsweekly / Posted 16 days ago
The Greater Ridgewood Restoration Corporation (GRRC) has begun its semi-annual fundraising campaign, asking members of the Ridgewood, Glendale, Maspeth and Middle Village communities to make donations to help fund programs that have made an important... Read more
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DNA Info
Project Turning 100 Metal Gates in the LES into Works of Artof animals and farm scenes. The 100 Gates Project is the brainchild of artist
Project Turning 100 Metal Gates in the LES into Works of Art
DNA Info / Posted 22 days ago
of animals and farm scenes. The 100 Gates Project is the brainchild of artist Billy Rohan, who envisioned turning the neighborhood into an “open-air gallery” that would emerge after businesses close for the day. “People have been painting... Read more
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Denver Post
Boulder City Council to review Chautauqua leasethe land on which the Colorado Chautauqua National Historic Landmark sits. The
Boulder City Council to review Chautauqua lease
Denver Post / Posted 23 days ago
the land on which the Colorado Chautauqua National Historic Landmark sits. The Colorado Chautauqua Association, a nonprofit corporation, manages the park, including the auditorium, the dining hall, the academic hall and 60 of 99 cottages under a... Read more
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Leominster Champion
License board warns Friday’s, rejects Honey Farms applicationsuch as teenagers standing outside to ask adults to buy liquor for them, and al
License board warns Friday’s, rejects Honey Farms application
Leominster Champion / Posted 23 days ago
such as teenagers standing outside to ask adults to buy liquor for them, and alcohol being available would “foster neighborhood violence and crime.” “On behalf of the neighborhood … we just hope that at this point we kind of slam the... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
Boulder council to review Chautauqua leasethe land on which the Colorado Chautauqua National Historic Landmark sits. The
Boulder council to review Chautauqua lease
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted 23 days ago
the land on which the Colorado Chautauqua National Historic Landmark sits. The Colorado Chautauqua Association, a nonprofit corporation, manages the park, including the auditorium, the dining hall, the academic hall and 60 of 99 cottages under a... Read more
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Marietta Daily Journal
News, Sports, Classifieds, Businesses in Marietta, GAvoted Tuesday to approve rezoning land to make way for the $20 million developm
News, Sports, Classifieds, Businesses in Marietta, GA
Marietta Daily Journal / Posted 24 days ago
voted Tuesday to approve rezoning land to make way for the $20 million development. Atlanta-based developer Pulte Home Corporation is requesting to rezone 7.7 acres on Terrell Mill Road near the intersection of Powers Ferry Road to build the... Read more
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The McPherson Sentinel
McPherson commission approves 2016 budgetit easier if there is an emergency that needs to be handled,” Mayor Tom Brown s
McPherson commission approves 2016 budget
The McPherson Sentinel / Posted 25 days ago
it easier if there is an emergency that needs to be handled,” Mayor Tom Brown said.HousingThe Kansas Housing Resources Corporation has granted the McPherson Housing Coalition a $35,946 grant to be used for homeless prevention. The original... Read more
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Peninsula Clarion
Hope to build intentional Kenai communitythe Salamatof Native Association for $50,000, with existing agency resources, S
Hope to build intentional Kenai community
Peninsula Clarion / Posted 25 days ago
the Salamatof Native Association for $50,000, with existing agency resources, Scheller said. The Alaska Housing and Finance Corporation will finance the housing units, pending approval from their Board of Directors, he said. Dennis Haas, a member... Read more
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
Keeping you safe: Mobile councilman starts "Street Captain" programto watch out for. He also wants them to inform him of broken-down housing, pot
Keeping you safe: Mobile councilman starts "Street Captain" program
WSFA 12 Montgomery / Posted 26 days ago
to watch out for. He also wants them to inform him of broken-down housing, pot holes, or any way the community needs improvement. "I love my community, I love my neighborhood and I love my neighbors,” said Bogan. For that reason, Bogan said... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Keeping you safe: Mobile councilman starts "Street Captain" programto watch out for. He also wants them to inform him of broken-down housing, pot
Keeping you safe: Mobile councilman starts "Street Captain" program
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 26 days ago
to watch out for. He also wants them to inform him of broken-down housing, pot holes, or any way the community needs improvement. "I love my community, I love my neighborhood and I love my neighbors,” said Bogan. For that reason, Bogan said... Read more
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The Birmingham Times
City Council HighlightsFUND BUDGET” for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2016, by appropriating $1,500
City Council Highlights
The Birmingham Times / Posted 30 days ago
FUND BUDGET” for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2016, by appropriating $1,500,000.00 to Oxmoor Land Purchase and access improvements, $49,750.00 to Legion Field Scoreboard and $10,250.00 to Costs of Issuance, the funding source being Bond... Read more

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