Monthly Archives: August 2013
This week we were busy reading about AEP’s power plants and fracking in Ohio, job creation successes in the midwest, and more analysis on job growth in the United States. We liked seeing that Habitat for Humanity is incorporating renewable … Continue reading
Today, you can watch a live stream of events honoring the 50-year anniversary of the March on Washington and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s seminal “I Have a Dream” speech.
News stories about community, economic and solar development abound this week; new programs are being designed and implemented to bring solar to low-income families here in the United States and abroad, Ohio EPA is facing some major criticism from within, … Continue reading
What is the state of affordable housing and homelessness in America? And who are we talking about when we talk about “the homeless?”
A Nevada Tribe looks to solar investment for economic development, the Wall Street Journal and the Nation take a look at how teachers are compensated, and we continue to sort out what Detroit’s bankruptcy means for the U.S., this week … Continue reading
Anyone interested in economic development is following Detroit closely, and we are no exception. A city full of character and hard working midwesterners- it easily represents any of our sister cities in the heartland. We will continue sharing news and … Continue reading
Richmond, California is considering using eminent domain to protect homeowners from banks. When eminent domain is in the news, it’s usually when the government takes private property and uses it for public purposes. In this case, however, Richmond officials hope to … Continue reading