|From:||Jacky Grimshaw <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||Fri, 28 May 1999 15:45:45 -0700 (PDT)|
|Subject:||Re: gentrification revisited....?|
I would be interested in some leads on this as well. There have been legislative iniatives to hold down property taxes for existing homeowners here in Chicago, but I am not aware of redevelopment write downs. "M. Taylor" wrote: > For some time there has been discussion about the plight of urban poor > when property values rise. Brownfields redevelopment adds to that > pressure when the real estate value is encumbered by remediation > costs-you have to try to develop for the highest use value-to recoop > costs. Has anyone seen this successfully resolved where the resident > community is not forced out but is able to obtain benefits from the > redevelopment? > > Michael Taylor > > -- > Michael B. Taylor > Vita Nuova > 97 Head of Meadow > Newtown, CT 06470 > Phone: 203/270-3413 > Fax: 203/270-3422 > TaylorM@pcnet.com --------------F8DEF4F635D40AD4CEC0FA09 Content-Type: text/x-vcard; charset=us-ascii; name="jacky.vcf" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit Content-Description: Card for Jacky Grimshaw Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="jacky.vcf" begin:vcard n:Grimshaw;Jacky tel;fax:773-278-3840 tel;work:773-278-4800, ext. 133 x-mozilla-html:TRUE url:http://www.cnt.org org:Center for Neighborhood Technology;Transportation and Air Quality adr:;;2125 West North Avenue;Chicago,;Illinois;60647;USA version:2.1 email;internet:email@example.com title:Coordinator, Transportation & Air Quality Programs x-mozilla-cpt:;-19808 fn:Jacky Grimshaw end:vcard --------------F8DEF4F635D40AD4CEC0FA09--
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