1 edition of States and distressed communities found in the catalog.
States and distressed communities
|Statement||by the Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations and the staff of the National Academy of Public Administration.|
|Series||ACIR information report ;, M-133|
|Contributions||United States. Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations., National Academy of Public Administration.|
|LC Classifications||HC110.P63 S685 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||92 p. :|
|Number of Pages||92|
|LC Control Number||82602575|
Together, we can restore hope for vulnerable children and struggling families in some of the United States’ most distressed and under-served communities. With your help through the Poverty in America fund, we can help U.S. families get access to essential clothing and personal hygiene items, food and clean water, school supplies, building. The most distressed cities are in blue states. The most unequal are in red states. cities where the most substantial shares of the population live in economically distressed communities. It.
Economic Innovation Group's John Lettieri discusses his group's recent report on economically distressed communities. For the past two decades the United States has been transforming distressed public housing communities, with three ambitious goals: replace distressed developments with healthy mixed-income communities; help residents relocate to affordable housing, often in the private market; and empower former public housing families toward economic by:
It also proposes one bad deal after another for distressed communities, struggling small businesses, and vulnerable consumers—and if adopted, it . Carolina from other states and countries. The major urban areas of North Carolina-led by the Charlotte region, conditions faced in urban distressed communities • A comparison of urban distressed areas to rural distressed areas within North Carolina 2. County Comparison.
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To find out, EIG used its Distressed Communities Index (DCI) to compare two distinct time periods: and The DCI combines seven complementary metrics into a single measure of economic well-being, resulting in a clear snapshot of the economic and social state of the U.S.
States and distressed communities book codes, counties, cities, and congressional districts. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Matulef, Mark L. States and distressed communities. Washington, D.C.: Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations.
Get this from a library. The states and distressed communities: state programs to aid distressed communities. [Mark L Matulef; United States. Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations.].
The ACIR Library is composed of publications that study the interactions between different levels of government. This document addresses the states and distressed communities. Community Economic Development in the United States: The CDFI Industry and America’s Distressed Communities - Kindle edition by Greer, James L., Gonzales, Oscar.
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Community Economic Development in the United States: The CDFI Industry and America’s Brand: James L. Greer. The States and Distressed Communities: The Report Page: 79 p. ; 28 cm. This book is part of the collection entitled: Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations and was provided to UNT Digital Library by the UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.
The report’s findings are based on a new Distressed Community Index, which maps community well-being in the U.S. down to the neighborhood covers o ZIP codes, 3, counties. “The Distressed Communities Index (DCI) is an attempt to map and analyze the dimensions of basic community well-being across the United States,” states the report.
One in six Americans are living in ZIP codes that are considered economically “distressed,” according to the Economic Innovation Group’s Author: Sarah Holder. CAPITAL MAGNET FUND AWARD BOOK The Capital Magnet Fund helps to create and preserve affordable housing for low-income families and economically distressed communities by attracting private capital.
The Capital Magnet Fund awards competitive grants to CDFIs and qualified non-profit housing organizations. These. Hundreds of Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs), located in all regions of the country, have successfully forged locally-based strategies that provide affordable housing, foster business development, and provide much needed community facilities, including innumerable charter schools, in highly distressed communities in inner.
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Let’s get started. Community Economic Development in the United States The CDFI Industry and America’s Distressed Communities. Authors including innumerable charter schools, in highly distressed communities in inner city neighborhoods, rural communities, and also in American Indian areas.
In many areas of the US, CDFIs represent a viable alternative to the. nmtc program award book % geographic location of allocatees the 73 allocatees are headquartered in 35 different states, the district of columbia, and puerto rico 73 24 21 16 approximately $ billion will be invested in major urban areas approximately $ million will be invested in minor urban areas approximately $ million will.
South Carolina's Tim Scott, the lone black Republican in the U.S. Senate, has written a new book that details his life story, including the political and racial adversity he faced. The United States is still a land of opportunity for many.
But when it comes to life outcomes, geography is too often destiny. The Distressed Communities Index (DCI) is an attempt to map and analyze the dimensions of basic community well-being across the United States.
The analysis finds that for those living in distressed zip codes, the years. Distressed communities can be found all over the United States but are concentrated in the South: 43 percent of Mississippi’s zip codes are distressed, followed by Alabama, West Virginia Author: Sandy English.
Transforming Distressed Global Communities Making Inclusive, Safe, Resilient, and Sustainable Cities, 1st Edition In the developed world, especially in the United States, infrastructure and the notions that underpin it are outdated.
this volume provides a unique and comprehensive overview on how to transform distressed communities into. About the Book. Passionate about designing buildings and neighborhoods that quietly transform the urban environment, Torti Gallas is committed to improving cities, towns, and distressed communities throughout the United States and around the : ().
Distressed Communities Index The Distressed Communities Index (DCI) is a new and interactive way to visualize economic distress and prosperity acr zip codes in the U.S. The DCI combines seven complementary metrics into a broad-based assessment of community economic well-being in .Among states, Texas has the most distressed ZIPs.
Alabama, Mississippi, and West Virginia have the greatest population shares living in distressed communities. advertisement.Community Economic Development in the United States: The CDFI Industry and America’s Distressed Communities James L. Greer, Oscar Gonzales (auth.) This is the first scholarly analysis that examines the development and achievements of the American community development movement.