This is a guest post by Polco, an NLC Savings and Solutions partner. Walk into any city or village hall around the country, and you will hear conversations about how to measure information regarding the community and the services provided. Not just objective data like police response times, but data that lets us know how our
Tag: Neighborhood development
Please note: This post is a collaboration between James Brooks and Michael Wallace at NLC. For the past two days, The Washington Post has lambasted the Department of Housing and Urban Development and local housing authorities and community development corporations for failing to adequately manage programs that build or rehabilitate affordable housing. There is a
The stretch of land has all the attributes to warm the cockles of a city planner’s heart. Bordering the west side is a major sports venue and the nescient development that often accompanies such a facility. At the eastern edge is a moderate density mixed-use federal government property having a significant historical presence and value.