The Supreme Court has agreed to hear two partisan gerrymandering cases this term.
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This is the third in a series of case studies tracking how cities are handling small cell wireless infrastructure deployment on their streets. To learn more about this technology and how your city can get ready for it, read NLC’s municipal action guide on small cell wireless infrastructure. The city of Raleigh is focused on
This is a guest post written by Claire Collins, Development Manager, Local Government Solutions, Local Government Services at IBTS. As Hurricane Florence is about to make landfall on the coast of the Carolinas, IBTS’s team of natural disaster response and recovery experts have prepared the following short list of our most important OnHAND recommendations to help Communications 1.
This week, as part of Infrastructure Week 2018, we’re celebrating innovative approaches to funding and building infrastructure — while calling on Congress to rebuild with us and invest in a modern nationwide system. While America’s major metropolitan cities have taken center stage in cultural debates, the nation’s smaller cities and towns have a culture, vibrancy
When a three-judge panel struck down North Carolina’s 2016 Congressional redistricting plan, the case received a bit more media attention than the average Supreme Court redistricting case. That’s because it represented the third three-judge panel to strike down a partisan gerrymander — even though the Supreme Court has yet to articulate if and exactly when partisan-driven
With the passage of HB142, North Carolina has officially repealed the infamous “Bathroom Bill.” Unfortunately, it also brings a host of preemptive measures that threaten the notion of local control in the Tar Heel State. Following a boycott campaign that spanned from PayPal to Deutsche Bank to the NBA, the state of North Carolina repealed
This week’s blog discusses cities’ quests to foster technology hubs, new strategies beyond traditional manufacturing, the impacts of re-shoring, a commitment to streamlining small business regulations, and rural economic development strategies. Comment below or send to email@example.com. Get the last edition of “The Latest in Economic Development” here. Possessing high-tech startups is obviously a tremendous
This week’s blog discusses a different kind of university business park, manufacturing in Silicon Valley, the future of economic growth, a new report from Deloitte on fixing joblessness, and a closer look at the last jobs report. Comment below or send to firstname.lastname@example.org. Get the last edition of “The Latest in Economic Development” here. How
This week’s blog highlights the recent success of New Jersey’s economic development incentives, explores the story of two rural North Carolina towns and how they dealt with losses of industry, mentions efforts in Seattle and Philadelphia to streamline their regulatory structures, and points out increasing foreign direct investment flows from China to the US. Comment
The number of U.S. breweries is at a 125 year high with 350 new breweries opening in the past year, according to stats released on Monday by the Brewers Association. Beer drinkers aren’t the only ones enjoying this growth; craft breweries have caught the eyes of local officials and economic developers and they are encouraging