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Housing, Land Use, and Growth Management News Links

Samuel Staley
December 16, 2009, 9:27am

The American Dream Coalition has culled together another interesting set of links to news on housing, land use, and growth management:

The Fed and Asset Bubbles: Beyond Superficiality – Wendell Cox, New Geography
Capping Emissions, Trading On The Future – Joel Kotkin, New Geography

Suburbs See a Challenge as Residents Grow Older – New York Times

Change in N.J. affordable-home rules stymies builders – Philadelphia Business Today

County's Housing Element is fraudulent – Times-Standard, California

Daley's Shadow Budget Revealed – NBC-Chicago

Central School still plans suit to stop TIF district – BND.com, Illinois

Jackson County threatens TIF lawsuit against Kansas City – Kansas City Business Journal

A Reminder About Eminent Domain And Government Power – iStockAnalyst.com

Battle over eminent domain, SeaTac development intensifies – Highland Times, Washington

High court affirms ruling in OSU eminent domain case – Joplin Globe, Oklahoma

Eminent domain ruling will cost Fall River another $2.1M – Herald News, Massachusettes

Also, here are a few others of interest:

New Urbanism

Will New Urbanists Deliver A Home-Win With Miami 21? –Richard Reep, New Geography
Message >From Copenhagen: Climate Plan Must Include Walkable Urbanism – DC Streetsblog

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The European Model

The European Model Gets A Makeover – Shane Leavy, New Geography

There is no "Free Market" Housing Solution – Ian Abley, New Geography

Driver in shock as drilling crushes subway train – The Local, Sweden

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Not So Sustainable

SunRail Will Produce Few Benefits and Cost Millions – Heartland Institute

Rethinking Green: Save the environment: Don't take transit – National Post

Plundering California – Steven Greenhut, Wall Street Journal

Council approves transit-heavy budget – Globe & Mail, Toronto, Canada


Samuel Staley is Research Fellow


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