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2018 State of the Cities Report

March 7th, 2019

The State of the Cities report is a comprehensive overview of the current state of Florida’s cities including data on municipal population, services and utilities, public safety, budgets, economy and employment. The 2018 report is now available for viewing and downloading. Additional reports are also available to view by year. Source: Florida League of Cities

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Five Lessons From Hartford’s Innovation District

March 7th, 2019

Innovation districts have caught on all over the world as an effective vehicle for transforming the economic vitality of a community through public-private partnerships, attracting both new talent and a critical mass of tech start-ups and young, high-growth companies. I personally love the idea because done right, it brings together stakeholders who may not otherwise collaborate…

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WalletHub Maps 2019 Best & Worst States For Women

March 7th, 2019

In recent years, credit reporting and personal finance company, WalletHub, has ramped up its efforts on releasing studies aimed at shedding light on topics such as economic well-being, housing affordability and quality of life. Today, just in time for Women’s History Month, WalletHub has released its 2019 ranking of the best and worst states for women….

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Who was Jane Jacobs?

March 7th, 2019

Jane Jacobs (1916-2006) was an urbanist and activist whose writings championed a fresh, community-based approach to city building. She had no formal training as a planner, and yet her 1961 treatise, The Death and Life of Great American Cities, introduced ground-breaking ideas about how cities function, evolve and fail, that now seem like common sense…

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What Would a City That is Safe for Women Look Like?

March 7th, 2019

From Delhi to Barcelona, from Cairo to Kigali, the traditional male-oriented urban planning and design perspective is being expanded. Writing for The Guardian, Amy Fleming takes a look at the efforts of cities around the world to improve the safety of women by including their experiences, voices, and knowledge. Sexual violence has rarely been so high…

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