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» Lessons for CED from Europe: Housing, Job, Food, or Fuel Poverty…All Roads Lead to a Social Inclusion Model » The Olmstead Decision: Compliance and Action in North Carolina » Hidden in Plain Sight » Self-Driving Cars and the Changing Real Estate Market » What @sog_ced is reading online: December 2017 » From Gas Station to Gastro Pub: The Potential of Gas Station Redevelopment » Local Government Owners of Historic Property Asked to Convey Property by End of 2017: What Public Officials Should Know » What Barn Raising Looks Like in Petaluma, California » How Asheville Revitalized its Downtown: Part II » Our Shared Fate, Part 2 » What @sog_ced is reading online: November 2017 » Local Government Financial Resilience and Preparation Before a Natural Disaster » Tick Tock! The Clock Is Now Running for Zoning Enforcement » Where and How? – The TRF Model for Community Investment » Leveraging Revenues from New Development: Critical Infrastructure Assessment Authority in 2017 » In Vino, Veritable Impact on Tourism » Equity with a Twist: The Low Income Investment Fund’s Social Capital Tool » What @sog_ced is reading online: October 2017 » Multiplex in Morganton: The Mimosa Theatre » Catawba County’s Innovative Water Service Partnership Model » How Asheville Revitalized its Downtown: Part I » Lessons for CED from Europe: Inclusive Communities and a New City-Run Food Pantry » Electric Buses Debut in North Carolina » Vending Machines or Barn Raising: The Role of Local Government in Community Building » Economic Development Organizations Receive Top Honors for 2017 » Courting Locally: The Economic Gardening Strategy » What @sog_ced is reading online: September 2017 » What’s the deal with modular construction? » Legal and Business Reasons Why Downtown Development Programs Should Involve Secured Loans—Not Grants » Federal Housing Finance Options for Mixed-Use Development » Property-Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Programs in North Carolina: Part II » Property Buy-Outs: A Good Option for Local Governments and Homeowners? » What @sog_ced is reading online: August 2017 » The Missing Middle: An Affordable Housing Solution? » The Grasshoppers’ Stadium is a Homerun for Downtown Greensboro » System Development Fees are the New Impact Fees » The Electric Grid of the Future » One Neighborhood at a Time: The Incremental Development Alliance » What @sog_ced is reading online: July 2017 » Legislative Changes Affecting the Tools in the North Carolina Water Finance Toolbox » 4% LIHTC Use in North Carolina’s Triangle Region » How Should We Measure Community and Household Economic Conditions? » Property-Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Programs in North Carolina: Part I » An Innovation District in Downtown Durham: Will It Mean Gentrification? Not Necessarily… » Our Shared Fate » Renewables: Beyond Traditional Small Scale Applications (Part II) » What @sog_ced is reading online: June 2017 » Studying the Affordability of Water Rates » Conveyance of property in a public-private partnership for a “downtown development project” » Leading development projects through text messages and skype?