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09/11/2008 - 09/11/2008
7:30 AM - 9:30 AM
The Demand for Walkable Urban and Transit-Oriented Development - Where the Pent-Up Demand Is!
09/11/2008 - 09/11/2008
7:30 AM - 9:30 AM
He's consideredliterate and articulate even by those who disagree with him. His book,The Option of Urbanism: Investing in a New American Dream, makes the compelling argument thatit's not only the subprime lending crisis that is weakening demand for suburban homes - it's also Americans' resurgent interest in urban living.
He's Chris Leinberger, and interest in his appearance September 11 in Atlanta is already running high. Take time now to reserve your spot.
The pre-registration fee of $25 is due by Friday, September 5, 2008. Registration on the day is $35.
Annual Development Of Excellence Awards
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The Atlanta Regional Commission and the Livable Communities Coalition are joint partners in the promotion of the Developments of Excellence Awards program.
The award is given to developments in the 10 - county metro region that exemplify the policies and practices of ARC?s Regional Development Plan. Past award winners include developments that show how great design can create a positive framework for the future and showcase how our community is creating innovative and successful developments for the future in the Atlanta Region.
The 2007 Development of Excellence (DOE) Awards will be presented this year at the State of the Region Breakfast on November 8th and at the City Manager?s Lunch on December 7th. We look forward to your attendance.
For additional information please visit Development of Excellence.
Tax Allocation District (TAD) Study
10/04/2007 - 10/04/2007
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Commissioned by the Livable Communities Coalition earlier this year, the survey is the first comprehensive look at the financial performance of tax allocation districts in Georgia. Do they perform as promised? What is the dollar impact on the taxing jurisdictions that have approved them? Study authors Kenneth L. Bleakley of Atlanta-based Bleakley Advisory Group and Dr. David L. Sjoquist, professor of economics and Georgia State University and director of the Fiscal Research Center at the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, will release the findings of their study on Oct. 4.
Their presentation will be followed by a panel discussion that will involve not only the study authors but also representatives of two or more of the jurisdictions studied. The floor will then be opened to questions from attendees, with questions directed both to the study authors and the guest panelists.
The study conclusions will be posted on the Home Page after Oct. 4.
SMARTRAQ Event: Meeting the Market � New Opportunities for Building Healthy Communities
01/19/2007 - 01/19/2007
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
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