Housing, Land Use, and Growth Management News Links

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 —, Illinois

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

A Reminder About Eminent Domain And Government Power —

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

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

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 R. Staley, Ph.D. is a senior research fellow at Reason Foundation and managing director of the DeVoe L. Moore Center at Florida State University in Tallahassee where he teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in urban planning, regulation, and urban economics. Prior to joining Florida State, Staley was director of urban growth and land-use policy for Reason Foundation where he helped establish its urban policy program in 1997.