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West Atlantic Avenue development deal postponed, South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Bronx Borough President hesitates on NYC FC Stadium endorsement, Empire of Soccer
After many years of fighting we are so proud to announce that FRESC's wage theft legislation passed the senate today!
Towering new high rise planned for University Circle, WKYC-TV
4755 Fauntleroy alley vacation returns to council Transportation Committee tomorrow, West Seattle Blog
Timeline calls for Chattanooga's Harriet Tubman site demolition this summer, Times Free Press
GUEST COMMENTARY: A closer look at airport privatization agreement
I had to force myself to read the recently-signed Airport Development Agreement. All it takes is tiny type and legalistic language, and most of us will stop reading. It was passed by the Gary/Chicago International Airport Authority with only four votes, little discussion and no public review.
Who benefits from the Secret Safeway's community benefits agreement? Greater Greater Washington
Agreement would be a win-win for developer, locals, Grass Valley Union
Arena’s Meditation Room Raises Its Own Existential Questions, NY TImes
Atlanta’s income gap problem rooted in poverty, not in a lack of middle-class, Saporta Report
Hales encouraging Trader Joe’s project revival, DJC Oregon
Council agrees to abandon Downtown properties, set up new oversight committee for Falcons stadium, Fresh Loaf
Let Detroiters rebuild the city, The Detroit News
Why Erie projects need Community Benefit Policies, GoErie.com
Coatesville adopts development agreements, Coatesville, PA Daily Local News
Local Policies That Work for Workers, NY Times
This new year promises big change!
I am excited to announce that, after eight years of leading and directing the Partnership for Working Families, I will be passing the baton to a wonderful new director this summer. Following a thoughtful and deliberate transition planning process, our board – made up of the Executive Directors and select senior staff of our affiliates – has hired Nikki Fortunato Bas as the Partnership’s next Executive Director. Read more