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Topic - Economic Development & Redevelopment Archive

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Building a Green Economy: The Recycled Market Development Zone Program Provides Help and Resources

Building a Green Economy: The Recycled Market Development Zone Program Provides Help and Resources

The RMDZ program provides affordable loans and technical assistance that can help a manufacturing business through the challenging formative stages of developing new recycled-materials products.

May 2009
Film and Tourism Drive Economic Development in Santa Clarita

Film and Tourism Drive Economic Development in Santa Clarita

May 2009
Morgan Hill Invests in Recreation and Turns a Profit

Morgan Hill Invests in Recreation and Turns a Profit

May 2009
Palmdale Community Builds New Recreation Facilities

Palmdale Community Builds New Recreation Facilities

April 2009
What the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Means for Your City

What the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Means for Your City

The federal economic stimulus funding is on a fast track. Here’s what you need to know about what’s available and how to apply.

April 2009
Hard Times: Why We Must Protect Funding for Vital Community Services

Hard Times: Why We Must Protect Funding for Vital Community Services

It’s critically important for city officials to continue reminding our state leaders that without these essential services, that quality of life will decline precipitously.

April 2009

Poway’s Clever Twist on Green, Affordable Housing

March 2009

Infrastructure Financing Challenges of Compact Development

March 2009

Clean It or Lien It: Dealing with Foreclosed or Abandoned Properties

What are the viable options to protect the safety of neighborhoods where foreclosed homes are abandoned and become unsightly invitations to unlawful activity and sources of health risks?

March 2009

The Santa Ana River Trail and Parkway Builds a Path to Success

For the first time ever, the three counties that surround the Santa Ana River have joined forces with 14 cities and the private sector to complete the crest-to-coast trail.

March 2009