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Today San Diego City Council President Todd Gloria and his colleagues stood up for 280,000 San Diegans who lack sick leave and nearly 200,000 people who work hard every day and can’t afford rent and groceries.
- NW/SW Atlantic Ave. communities celebrate first ever Community Benefits Agreement, Pineapple Newspaper, Delray Beach, FL
- At the last minute, Detroit looks for community benefit guarantees with new bridge plan, Michigan Radio
- 'Community benefit' part of next offshore wind auction, South Coast Today
- South Works redevelopment following Chicago 2016's footsteps, Chicago Reporter
FRESC-Good Jobs, Strong Communities packed the house at a recent affordable housing community meeting hosted by Denver City Councilwoman Robin Kneich. At the standing-room-only event, FRESC leaders shared their stories of struggling to find reasonably priced homes in a booming city where the average median home sales price is over $315,000 and apartment rents skyrocketed by 8% since 2013.
Neighbors of Lakeside Development at U.S. Steel Site Seek Benefits, Too, DNAinfo Chicago
Clergy from region seek meeting with Waterbury Hospital chairman over preserving 'community benefits', Waterbury, CT Republican-American
Monday marks my last day at the Partnership, and the beginning of a new chapter for this incredible network. In August we welcome our new Executive Director, Nikki Bas, who has been a fantastic partner and leader, board chair and friend. You can send her a note of welcome at firstname.lastname@example.org. Until Nikki starts at the Partnership, our capable Deputy Director, Kathleen Mulligan-Hansel (email@example.com), will act as Interim Executive Director. READ MORE
Community Benefits Agreements and You, Art Voice Buffalo
New lawsuit against arena asks for more community benefits, Sacramento Business Journal
Two recent agreements in Detroit are pointing the way towards a new model of economic development.
Residents, business owners, community organizations, and labor unions have joined to form a coalition called Union United that is calling for equity and inclusion in the planning process and aims to ensure that Union Square’s unique social fabric is protected.