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Author Archives: Jeffrey Hughes
Act Locally, Save Federally: The National Flood Insurance CRS Program
Catawba County’s Innovative Water Service Partnership Model
Legislative Changes Affecting the Tools in the North Carolina Water Finance Toolbox
Utility Customer Assistance Partnerships
The Birth of a New Federal Water and Wastewater Financing Program — WIFIA Arrives
Solar Schools and Environmental Finance
2016 Environmental Legislation: Place Matters!
Good News, Bad News: Water in North Carolina
Four Finance Facts about Flint
Five Dangerous Myths for Small Water Systems
How much does connecting to a water and wastewater system cost?
Food Trucks, Waste, and Economic Opportunity
Encouraging Property Improvements with Stormwater Fee Credit Programs
Taxes and Environmental Finance
Update on CDBG Funding for Water and Sewer Projects in North Carolina
An environmental finance option that will take your breath away
Budget Time and Water Finance
Clean Water State Revolving Loan Fund Has Money
Project Based Learning Takes on Future Environmental Challenges
Urban Forests as Local Government Infrastructure
What can Four Dollars Get You? Quite A Bit if You Use it in the Right Way!
The Next Big Site for Your Cleantech Economic Development Project – Your Local Wastewater Treatment Plant?
Financially Disadvantaged Customers and Essential Enterprise Services
Changing Face of Water Quality Finance?
Financial Innovation at Work: North Carolina Capital Access Program
When Community Water and Wastewater Utilities Sell Alot Less Water
Economic Development, the Environment, and Knowing Where You Live
Energy Financing Programs Hit Road Block
Moving Beyond Grants
Thinking about Water and Sewer Impact Fees and Affordable Housing