Sunday, December 16, 2012

Policy News from Detroit: December 16, 2012


New Thirst for Urban Living, and Few Detroit Rentals

The Recession's Toll: How Middle Class Wealth Collapsed to a 40-Year Low

The Underworked Public Employee -

American cities to Millennials: Don't leave|newswell|text|FRONTPAGE|s

Detroit's urban lifestyle lures young professionals


Detroit Narrowly Approves Vast Land Sale

House clears the way for Ilitch arena

Nonprofit raising funds for Detroit dog park|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

Dan Gilbert's company buys One Woodward building in downtown Detroit|newswell|text|FRONTPAGE|p

Hantz near 1st rung on tree farm climb

Ilitch seeks downtown Detroit arena district

Tom Walsh: Arena talk is huge news, but don't expect everyone to be thrilled about it|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

What cities could Detroit learn from for its riverfront?

Exclusive look inside Detroit's Buffalo Wild Wings

Detroit's riverfront design contest draws new visions, names top winners|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

Rick Haglund: Despite Detroit's woes, 2 businessmen commit more money for revitalization

Appraisal firm latest company to move from suburbs to downtown Detroit

Detroit sells city-owned vacant lots to neighbors, cleaning up neighborhoods

Stephen Henderson: Start afresh at Packard (The Ren Cen was once a dream, too)


Carbon Dioxide Emissions Hit Record in 2011, Researchers Say

A tax we could learn to love

War on drugs a trillion-dollar failure

Gun Violence Is an Everywhere Issue

Educate For Problem-Solving, Not Factories

The fiscal "grand bargain" and the gas tax

Free Market—Not NGOs—Best for Conservation, Sustainability Issues

I am a Climate Refugee


Top 25 Tech of 2012

Detroit’s three new winning numbers: 8,900 jobs, $650 million in investment, $1.8 billion into the Michigan economy

Seven Signs of a Successful Incubator

What’s The Future Of The Sharing Economy?

Hello Global Detroit: China is calling

The Uselessness of Economic Development Incentives

Regardless How They're Counted, Incentives Do Nothing for Economic Development

IT in the D to start pursuing nonprofit grants

Algae innovator shifts to feed from waste, wins new funding


Michigan Needs More Parking Founders Explain Why You Can Never Have Enough

Last days

Scott McCabe: Noel Night and Growth in Midtown Detroit

Pragmatic agent of change, Paul Hillegonds


Freedom Hill amphitheater to reopen in June with top concert promoter|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

Creative Birmingham zoning bid questioned|newswell|text|FRONTPAGE|s

Hackel highlights nonprofit board, $2 billion in investments in his State of Macomb County address

Hackel touts efficiency, ethics of Macomb Co.|newswell|text|Michigan%20news|s

Macomb County's demographic face is changing|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

Wayne County gets spanked by state

Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel pushes regionalism in State of the County address

Oakland County Business Roundtable meets in Troy

Oakland County IT department wants county to be technological hotspot


Michigan tries to lure best, brightest back|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

Despite hurdles, consolidating Lansing, East Lansing and Lansing Township makes sense

State to ramp up efforts to downsize office space|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

Highlight of bills passed by Michigan's lame duck legislature

Biz, labor must unite for progress

Talking energy and environment with the State's Valerie Brader


New EM act to quicken city's action

Stephen Henderson: If the state wants to run the city, it needs to make it work

Stephen Henderson: In Detroit, there's no escape from hard choices

Detroit to reopen 13 police mini-stations

Hope, despair in Detroit: Tale of two cities|newswell|text|FRONTPAGE|p

Editorial: Here's that rainy day, Detroit|newswell|text|FRONTPAGE|p

State laying groundwork for managed bankruptcy for Detroit|newswell|text|FRONTPAGE|p

Advisory board OKs Dillon's path toward a Detroit emergency financial manager

Scaled-down urban farm still a tough sell in Detroit|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

Detroit Mayor Dave Bing says pressure of job isn't getting to him, defends decisions|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

Why does Detroit have land banks?

City of Detroit issues bonus checks to nonunion employees


Global Gateways: International Aviation in Metropolitan America

Denver says it is moving ahead with "Airport City"

Airports: Where the Jobs Are

Shifting Political Winds Begin, at Last, to Favor Transit in Detroit

LaHood: Federal funding on track for M-1, regional transit|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

Oakland County planners want area to be more bike-friendly|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

Here They Are: The Best and Worst American Transportation Projects

The Michigan Department of Transportation requesting comments on transportation program


How HUD Took Bottom-Up Planning to a Whole New Level

Urbanization Fuels Property Development

Here's how each firm would help city envision future|newswell|text|Livonia|s

10 Reasons Millennials Might Abandon Big Cities


Stephen Henderson: Snyder's arguments for right-to-work are balderdash|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

Democrats warn Snyder about consequences of Michigan right-to-work legislation rush|mostpopular|text|FRONTPAGE

A victory for right-to-work laws

Right-to-work vote defining moment|newswell|text|FRONTPAGE|p

Rochelle Riley: Unions need to remind people what life was like without them|topnews|text|FRONTPAGE

Businesses hesitate to embrace shift|newswell|text|FRONTPAGE|p

Tom Walsh: There should be an uproar in Michigan all right, but not about right-to-work

Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel says he feels vindicated by right-to-work vote

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