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An Inside Look at Equitable Economic Development in Austin

This week, I had the opportunity to interview Councilmember Delia Garza — an NLC Equitable Economic Development (EED) Fellow from Austin, Texas. Councilmember Garza is the first elected official to be part of a EED Fellowship team. Carlos [...]

In West Louisville, Kentucky, Investing in Equity and Inclusion

Theresa Zawacki is the Senior Policy Advisor of Louisville Forward and member of the Equitable Economic Development (EED) Fellowship team. Louisville Forward is an integrated approach to economic and community development. The agency combines [...]

A Dozen Experts Studied Columbus’ Income Disparities and Affordable Housing Issues. Here’s What They Suggest.

Zoning that keeps up with the times. A more reactive incentives policy. Less dependence on variances. An immediate change in eviction policies. A dozen national experts studied Columbus neighborhoods and told officials here that those four [...]

Group Looking to Preserve Affordable Housing Near Nationwide Children’s Hospital

As a neighborhood near Nationwide Children’s Hospital redevelops, a group is working with Columbus leaders on ways to preserve mixed-income housing in the South Side area. The areas include part of the Southern Orchards neighborhood just [...]

Rose Center Works with Columbus Mayor Andrew J. Ginther on Preserving and Encouraging Mixed-Income Neighborhoods

COLUMBUS, OHIO — April 3, 2018 — The Rose Center for Public Leadership, jointly operated by the National League of Cities(NLC) and the Urban Land Institute (ULI), is working with Mayor Andrew J. Ginther to advise the city of Columbus, Ohio, on a [...]

Rose Center Land Use Expert Panel to Examine Regulatory and Process Impediments to Increasing Salt Lake City’s Affordable Housing Stock

SALT LAKE CITY — The Rose Center for Public Leadership, jointly operated by the National League of Cities (NLC) and the Urban Land Institute (ULI), is working this week with Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski to advise the City on potential [...]

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