Read about 6 local solutions to affordable housing that don't rely on federal funding

Read about 6 local solutions to affordable housing that don't rely on federal funding

These 5 articles got the most views on our site this week:

Affirmative Action for Conservatives

by Charles Marohn, November 28, 2016

Our cities have become moral monocultures, as has our countryside. They each reflect one set of moral tuning, a reality each side considers exclusively correct. This is dangerous for the future of our cities.

An Unlikely Success Story: The Failure of the North Minneapolis Greenway

by Nate Hood, November 29, 2016

This is the beauty of tactical urbanism: even in its failures, you find success.

RETHINKING PARKING AS INFRASTRUCTURE

by Andrew Price, December 1, 2016

Let's rethink parking as communal infrastructure rather than private property.

(And don't miss our recap of #BlackFridayParking 2016.)

Localizing Affordable Housing

by Daniel Herriges, November 30, 2016

A reliance on federal funding for housing puts local entities at the mercy of distant decision makers whose priorities may or may not be aligned with theirs. Cities and advocacy groups should be thinking about how to re-localize and claim more control over the way we tackle these problems.

4 Stories to Help you See Jane Jacobs in a New Light

by Strong Towns, November 29, 2016

There's more than meets the eye when it comes to Jane Jacobs.


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