Originally published on the National League of Cities (NLC) CitiesSpeak blog. As Congress and the president eye a bipartisan effort at improving our aging infrastructure, the time for a wide-reaching[…]
Theresa Alexander had a problem that was not going away: sewage was spilling from an open pipe into her yard.
How many of your friends and neighbors are living below the poverty line? There may be more than you think.
In recognition of Fair Housing Month, Christie Myers, Managing Director of Opportunity Dallas, addresses the importance of fair housing policy and practice to vulnerable populations.
It is no secret that our country’s infrastructure is aging and that there is no one guiding agency or overall plan to address myriad issues from crumbling water pipes to inflow and infiltration overloading[…]
Itzel Perez Dominguez considered the purchase of a home – her first – carefully. She knew she’d be responsible for mortgage, homeowners insurance and taxes and she reviewed her options thoroughly before[…]
Our infrastructure is aging, our national deficit growing and our tax revenue just isn’t up to the task – not without politically unpopular and potentially devastating increases – so public-private[…]
Katy C. of Hyattsville, Maryland, had a nasty surprise waiting in her mailbox – a water bill for $1,000.
Originally published on the National League of Cities (NLC) CitiesSpeak blog. Infrastructure proponents were disappointed by the lack of details addressing the country’s aging infrastructure in President[…]