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What @sog_ced is reading online: September 2021

By Sara Cockerham

Published September 30, 2021


The following are articles and reports on the web that the Community and Economic Development Program at the UNC School of Government shared through social media over the past month. Follow us on twitter or facebook to receive regular updates.

 

DFI in the news:

Wilmington Mayor Saffo recalls DFI laying out the public-private partnership vision for River Place project: it “accomplished all three” of City’s goals for commerce, housing, and street design. “In addition … It’s what we wanted it to look like.” https://bit.ly/3F0LIYM

Items of interest related to CED in North Carolina:

Struggles of NC small towns Fair Bluff and Seven Springs (among others) featured in NY Times piece on the impact of hurricanes on rural communities. nyti.ms/3zTCCKa

News & Observer “Teardown Street” series offers explainer on gentrification, https://bit.ly/3lZGZ0O, and a house-by-house comparison of how one city block in Raleigh has changed, https://bit.ly/2XKrVeV. Cover story: bit.ly/3lZGh3E

Professor Tyler Mulligan explains keys to P3s for Wilmington Business Journal. https://bit.ly/3F0LIYM

UNC Faculty Roberto Quercia offers his insight on the housing crisis in the Triangle, state and local responses, and the impact on landlords and tenants. unc.live/3Eurc2q

Other CED Items:

Federal Reserve Bank of SF article reviews the literature on reasons for racial inequity in access to credit and use of high-cost financial services. Quote: “Affordable and nonpredatory credit are crucial to investing in wealth-building opportunities…. https://bit.ly/3AE9pUd

How do states allocate their scarce low income housing tax credits (LIHTC)? First post in a series on state “qualified allocation plans” (QAP) for LIHTC: bit.ly/3tVobn0. (In NC, the NC Housing Finance Agency issues the QAP.)

Last month’s edition of “What @sog_ced is reading….” August 2021

Compiled by Sara Cockerham

Published September 30, 2021 By Sara Cockerham

The following are articles and reports on the web that the Community and Economic Development Program at the UNC School of Government shared through social media over the past month. Follow us on twitter or facebook to receive regular updates.

 

DFI in the news:

Wilmington Mayor Saffo recalls DFI laying out the public-private partnership vision for River Place project: it “accomplished all three” of City’s goals for commerce, housing, and street design. “In addition … It’s what we wanted it to look like.” https://bit.ly/3F0LIYM

Items of interest related to CED in North Carolina:

Struggles of NC small towns Fair Bluff and Seven Springs (among others) featured in NY Times piece on the impact of hurricanes on rural communities. nyti.ms/3zTCCKa

News & Observer “Teardown Street” series offers explainer on gentrification, https://bit.ly/3lZGZ0O, and a house-by-house comparison of how one city block in Raleigh has changed, https://bit.ly/2XKrVeV. Cover story: bit.ly/3lZGh3E

Professor Tyler Mulligan explains keys to P3s for Wilmington Business Journal. https://bit.ly/3F0LIYM

UNC Faculty Roberto Quercia offers his insight on the housing crisis in the Triangle, state and local responses, and the impact on landlords and tenants. unc.live/3Eurc2q

Other CED Items:

Federal Reserve Bank of SF article reviews the literature on reasons for racial inequity in access to credit and use of high-cost financial services. Quote: “Affordable and nonpredatory credit are crucial to investing in wealth-building opportunities…. https://bit.ly/3AE9pUd

How do states allocate their scarce low income housing tax credits (LIHTC)? First post in a series on state “qualified allocation plans” (QAP) for LIHTC: bit.ly/3tVobn0. (In NC, the NC Housing Finance Agency issues the QAP.)

Last month’s edition of “What @sog_ced is reading….” August 2021

Compiled by Sara Cockerham

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