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When you truly fail to understand and appreciate the past, and learn from it, you are doomed to repeat it. And all over the country right now, Black mayors are trying to incarcerate their way out of their worst problems. This is literally the same thing we saw in the late 80s and early 90s and we are repeating it again. And Atlanta is the epicenter of it all.
Cities 97.1 Big Knocker Brian Oake joins Dan to review the Rolling Stones concert. Dan and Gaardsy talk about the Gophers win over Maryland before former Viking Robert Smith joins for a great talk about the Vikings and NFL.
From maintaining the tradition of the rodeo to the folksy feel of a historic midtown city-the character of our communities is preserved by good leaders. Two of Utah's outgoing mayors share their insights from their service for the cities of Spanish Fork and Murray, Utah. Hear what Mayors Steve Leifson and Blair Camp say about their time in office, addressing conflict and criticism, and the future city leadership in this episode of #CitiesWork, brought to you by the Utah League of Cities and Towns.
Increasing polarization, misinformation, and the erosion of public trust can be traced to the death of newspapers. Why is a secretive hedge fund hollowing out local newsrooms? The Atlantic's McKay Coppins joins Charlie Sykes on today's podcast. Special Guest: McKay Coppins.
In this episode of CaseyCast, Casey Foundation President & CEO Lisa Hamilton talks with Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer about America's cities, their greatest challenges, their role in driving change and their capacity to help kids and families flourish. Learn more at https://www.aecf.org/blog/greg-fischer-on-the-role-of-american-cities-in-building-a-better-future.
Matt Kahn and Matt McComas - Unlocking the Potential of Post-Industrial Cities Matt Kahn, Provost Professor of Economics at the University of Southern California, and Mac McComas, senior program manager at John Hopkins' 21st Century Cities Initiative, joins us to discuss their recent book, Unlocking the Potential of Post-Industrial Cities. Appendices: Mac McComas: Two episodes of Jennifer Doleac's podcast Probable Causation: Episode 33: Jason Lindo on Violent Media Content and Episode 16: Stephen Billings on Lead and Crime. Matt Kahn: Stephen A's World on ESPN. Greg Shill: Can Removing Highways Fix America's Cities? Jeff Lin: Rethinking Detroit by Raymond Owens III, Esteban Rossi-Hansberg, and Pierre-Daniel Sarte. Follow us on the web or on Twitter: @denselyspeaking, @jeffrlin, @greg_shill, @mattkahn1966, and @MacMc21CC. Producer: Schuyler Pals. The views expressed on the show are those of the participants, and do not necessarily represent the views of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, the Federal Reserve System, or any of the other institutions with which the hosts or guests are affiliated.
0:00:00 - Introduction: Welcome Matt, the Original Game Host0:13:32 -This Week's Game Night: Magnate, Grand Austria Hotel, Age of Steam Scandinavia, Love Letter, High Society, Captain Sonar, Bohnanza, Wavelength0:18:02 - This Week's News: Res Arcana Expansion, Lords of Ragnarok, Lords of Helas, Messina 1349, Gloomhaven 1.0 on Steam. 0:33:49 - Games on the Brain: Imperial Steam, Origins: First Builder, Ark Nova, Furnace, Taj Mahal0:44:11 - Review of Grand Austria Hotel: Lets Waltz! 20211:15:11 - Essential Expansions, Best Base Games: Too Many Bones, Age of Steam, Concordia, Terraforming Mars, Net Runner; BEST AT BASE: Marco Polo (Venice Map, New Characters,) Terraforming Mars Prelude (Elysium and Helas)(Venus Next, Colonies, Turmoil,) 7 Wonders (Leaders, Cities,) High Frontier (Jupiter and Saturn)(Interstellar,) Troyes (Ladies of Troyes,) Keyflower, Agricola (Farmers of the Moor,) Cataan (Knights and Cities, Seafarers,) Dune (Duel, Spice Wars, Ixthions, Xylathu,) Battlestar Galactica (Pegasus, New Caprica); ESSENTIAL EXPANSIONS: Underwater Cities New Discoveries, Agricola (Farmers on the Moor,) Terraforming Mars Prelude, Age of Steam: Korea, Lorenzo il Magnifico (Houses of the Renaissance,) El Grande King and Intrigue, Great Western Trail Rails to the North, Viticulture Tuscany, Through the Ages, Tribune.1:48:21 - Board Game Sommelier: Mind Clash Void Fall Kickstarter. Golem.1:57:01 - Sign Off
Author Michael Shellenberger knows the radical Left. In high school, he joined the Sandinistas. As an environmentalist, he worked alongside eco-anarchists. In the 1990s, he literally designed policy with George Soros. But the progressives of today scare him. The Left is attacking every single institution. These modern leftists want to destroy our country and everything that makes it wonderful. In this episode of "The Glenn Beck Podcast," Shellenberger reveals the Left's anti-civilization agenda. His latest book, "San Fransicko: Why Progressives Ruin Cities," challenges many of the Left's recent myths and delusions and exposes the Left's tendency to completely destroy cities, which are where leftists happen to be most concentrated. Shellenberger came away from writing "San Fransicko" convinced that everyone should be pro-police. “If you really care about black lives, you should be pro-police,” he tells Glenn. "San Fransicko" has already pissed off progressives. They have responded exactly the way Shellenberger describes in the book: by ignoring the data and attacking him personally and pretending he doesn't know what he's talking about. He does. This interview proves it. Sponsor: Pre-Born partners with clinics in the highest abortion-rate cities and regions. They have a passion to save babies and to see these women come to Christ. Over the past 15 years, they've counseled over 340,000 women considering abortion: More than 169,000 babies have been saved, and over 51,000 women have surrendered their lives to Christ. To donate, dial POUND 250 and say keyword “BABY” or go to PreBorn.com/Glenn. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dan is joined by Cities 97.1 Big Knocker to preview the Rolling Stones concert and talk music. Lavelle Neal makes his weekly appearance and reviews Gophers/Nebraska before talking Vikings. "Dr. Dan's Inbox" is open and the rubes delivered again!
Many Americans are vaccinated, but there are still some folks who do not want the COVID-19 jab. What happens when those vaccines go unused? Cities and healthcare providers across the country are being blocked by the Biden Administration from sending those vials overseas. The Washington Post's Dan Diamond talks about why that is and those trying to change the President's mind. Guest Host: Maura Carabello See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Urban designer Nico Larco explores how autonomous cars have the potential to revolutionize how we drive and even live. This talk was filmed at TEDxCollegePark. All TEDx events are organized independently by volunteers in the spirit of TED's mission of ideas worth spreading. To learn more about TEDxSHORTS, the TEDx program, or give feedback on this episode, please visit http://go.ted.com/tedxshorts. Follow TEDx on Twitter: https://twitter.com/TEDx Follow TEDx on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tedx_official
Marvin Jeffcoat comes to The P.A.S. Report podcast and explains the socialist assault within New York City. The leadership within New York is rotten to the core, and as the city continues to deteriorate rapidly under the failed leadership of Mayor DeBlasio and the NYC Council, Marvin has decided enough is enough and why change is necessary. Since New York City is a microcosm of urban areas throughout the United States, if you can change the leadership in the City, it will serve as a blueprint for the rest of the country. More Information Professor Giordano started The P.A.S. Report because of his unique ability to break down complex political issues and explain those issues in a way to appeal to everyday Americans. By introducing facts, a conservative perspective, quality analysis, and some common sense, the listeners can come to their own conclusions. The P.A.S. Report is a rapidly growing conservative podcast. Professor Giordano talks about the issues that matter to you and America. He also has great guests, including Tucker Carlson, Victor Davis Hanson, Dinesh D'Souza, Lt. Col. Tony Shaffer, Gad Saad, Dave Rubin, Deroy Murdock, Sharyl Attkisson, Brian Kilmeade, Congressman Lee Zeldin, Gordon Chang, John Yoo, Chuck Woolery, and more. If you're looking for thought-provoking content and common-sense political analysis, you've come to the right place. Give it a shot, and you will not be disappointed. Visit https://pasreport.com, and don't forget to share this episode with family, friends, and on social media.
The rebirth of the cocktail started in big cities, including New York, Chicago, San Francisco and Los Angeles. But over the last few years, smaller markets have arguably made the biggest bartending strides. On this episode of the award-winning podcast Life Behind Bars, co-hosts David Wondrich and Noah Rothbaum are joined by chef Cheetie Kumar and bartender John Gertsen from the acclaimed restaurant Garland in Raleigh, North Carolina. Kumar and Gertsen share their fascinating life stories and how they came to live and work in the Tar Heel State. So fix yourself a cocktail and listen to this episode of Life Behind Bars. Cheers!Life Behind Bars features Half Full's editor Noah Rothbaum and its Senior Drinks Columnist David Wondrich as they discuss the greatest bartenders and greatest cocktails of all time. It won the 2018 and the 2021 Tales of the Cocktail Spirited Award for the world's best drinks podcast.Edited by Alex Skjong See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this 7th installment of our deep dive into Paul Hawken's New York Times Bestseller - Regeneration: Ending The Climate Crisis in One Generation, we invite you to walk earth's biggest cities with us as we explore the real impact of cities - one which contributes 70% of greenhouse gasses the world over, while housing over 4.3 Billion people. Timestamps: 00:00 Introduction 01:49 Walk The Streets of Cities 04:30 Living Building Challenge 06:00 New York City, Leading The Way With BlocPower 08:00 Urban Farms, Rooftop Farms, Vertical Farms 10:00 The Beauty Of Historic Cities And Creating A New Normal with Less Hardscaping and More Green Life 11:50 Bosco Verticale - Vertical Forests As City Homes 14:40 Fifteen Minute Cities, Walking Cities 16:00 Carbon Architecture and Green Building 16:44 Podcast Feature: Katharine MacPhail, Talking House Renovations with the House Maven https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/talking-home-renovations-with-the-house-maven/id1481716218 References: Introduction to Regeneration: One Billion Climate Activists Strong: https://www.caremorebebetter.com/one-billion-climate-activists-strong/ Regeneration Interview with Paul Hawken: https://www.caremorebebetter.com/regeneration-ending-the-climate-crisis-in-one-generation/ Regeneration Part 1 Oceans: https://www.caremorebebetter.com/regeneration-part-1-oceans/ Regeneration Part 2 Forests: https://www.caremorebebetter.com/regeneration-part-2-forests/ Regeneration Part 3 Wilding: https://www.caremorebebetter.com/regeneration-part-3-wilding/ Regeneration Part 4 Nexus: https://www.caremorebebetter.com/regeneration-part-4-nexus-climate-activism-tool/ Regeneration Part 5 Regenerative Agriculture: https://www.caremorebebetter.com/regeneration-part-5-land-regenerative-agriculture-and-soil-restoration-to-reverse-global-warming/ Regeneration Part 6 People: https://www.caremorebebetter.com/regeneration-part-6-people-indigeneity-and-our-role-in-reversing-global-warming/ Regeneration: Ending The Climate Crisis In One Generation was published on September 21, 2021 and is available at all your favorite booksellers. Visit the Regeneration website for details, resources, and valuable tools for anyone interested in becoming a climate activist. Regeneration + Nexus: https://www.regeneration.org Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/regenerationorg Join the Care More. Be Better. Community! (Social Links Below) YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCveJg5mSfeTf0l4otrxgUfg Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/CareMore.BeBetter/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CareMoreBeBetter LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/care-more-be-better Twitter: https://twitter.com/caremorebebettr Clubhouse: https://www.clubhouse.com/club/care-more-be-better ~Join us live each week for open conversations on Clubhouse!~ Support Care More. Be Better: A Social Impact + Sustainability Podcast Care More. Be Better. is not backed by any company. We answer only to our collective conscience. As a listener, reader, and subscriber you are part of this pod and this community and we are honored to have your support. If you can, please help finance the show (https://www.caremorebebetter.com/donate). Thank you, now and always, for your support as we get this thing started
Innovative Cities I'm James Taylor and you're listening to the SuperCreativity Podcast, a show dedicated to inspiring creative minds like yours. Professor Dan Breznitz is known worldwide as an expert on rapid-innovation-based industries and their globalization, as well as for his pioneering research on the distributional impact of innovation policies. He is a University Professor […] The post Innovative Cities – #307 appeared first on James Taylor.
Janice is joined by Dan Doctoroff, Chief Executive Officer of Sidewalk Labs, to discuss how Sidewalk Labs is setting ambitious goals with developers and cities to build more sustainable, innovative, and equitable places around the world.tags: LR, janice ellig, dan doctoroff, sidewalk labs, innovation, leadership, reimagined, new york city, Olympics
It's HOCO, Cattle Baron's Ball and Halloween and the school cafeteria needs you! This week we cover a host of “Bubble” issues like, pink stretch limousines, who's getting custom Jimmy Choo's and what should Sean give Martha for their 23rd anniversary. Join us as we chat about an array of things going on in the neighborhood!Please share our podcast with your friends and text 313131 with the word BUBBLE to receive weekly updates on our show.
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Friends, in today's Gospel, we hear the marvelous story of the healing of blind Bartimaeus—an icon of tremendous power and a sacred picture of the spiritual life and the process of salvation. We all find ourselves, in our need of Christ, in this image, as our own blindness distorts our vision of spiritual reality and the meaning of life.
This new series of short WRI podcasts looks at why COP26 matters for different issues. In this episode Nicholas Walton looks at Air Quality with Jessica Seddon. Other episodes look at Oceans, Cities, Circular Economy, Energy, Food and Land Use, Business, and an overall look ahead to COP26. For more on #COP26 go to our resource hub: www.wri.org/un-climate-change-conference-resource-hub
This new series of short WRI podcasts looks at why COP26 matters for different issues. In this episode Nicholas Walton looks at the Ocean with Kristian Teleki. Other episodes look at Cities, Circular Economy, Energy, Food and Land Use, Clean Air, Business, and an overall look ahead to COP26. For more on #COP26 go to our resource hub: www.wri.org/un-climate-change-conference-resource-hub
This new series of short WRI podcasts looks at why COP26 matters for different issues. In this episode Nicholas Walton looks at Food and Land Use with Morgan Gillespy. Other episodes look at Oceans, Cities, Circular Economy, Energy, Clean Air, Business, and an overall look ahead to COP26. For more on #COP26 go to our resource hub: www.wri.org/un-climate-change-conference-resource-hub
This new series of short WRI podcasts looks at why COP26 matters for different issues. In this episode Nicholas Walton looks at Cities with Rogier Vandenberg. Other episodes look at Oceans, Circular Economy, Energy, Food and Land Use, Clean Air, Business, and an overall look ahead to COP26. For more on #COP26 go to our resource hub: www.wri.org/un-climate-change-conference-resource-hub
This new series of short WRI podcasts looks at why COP26 matters for different issues. In this episode Nicholas Walton looks at the Circular Economy with Stientje van Veldhoven. Other episodes look at Oceans, Cities, Energy, Food and Land Use, Clean Air, Business, and an overall look ahead to COP26. For more on #COP26 go to our resource hub: www.wri.org/un-climate-change-conference-resource-hub
This new series of short WRI podcasts looks at why COP26 matters for different issues. In this episode Nicholas Walton looks at the Business world with Kevin Moss. Other episodes look at Oceans, Cities, Circular Economy, Energy, Food and Land Use, Clean Air, and an overall look ahead to COP26. For more on #COP26 go to our resource hub: www.wri.org/un-climate-change-conference-resource-hub
This new series of short WRI podcasts looks at why COP26 matters for different issues. In this episode Nicholas Walton gets an overview of what to expect from COP from Helen Mountford. Other episodes look at Oceans, Cities, Circular Economy, Energy, Food and Land Use, Clean Air, and Business. For more on #COP26 go to our resource hub: www.wri.org/un-climate-change-conference-resource-hub
This new series of short WRI podcasts looks at why COP26 matters for different issues. In this episode Nicholas Walton looks at Energy with Jennifer Layke. Other episodes look at Oceans, Cities, Circular Economy, Food and Land Use, Clean Air, Business, and an overall look ahead to COP26. For more on #COP26 go to our resource hub: www.wri.org/un-climate-change-conference-resource-hub
www.commsolutionsmn.com- It's election season! Of course that doesn't mean much in an odd year, but whatever. There's one reason to have odd year elections; to control the outcome. A small portion of the city votes, so the activists control the turnout. It's important for you to see what these cities are doing, because the trends are the same everywhere. We see endorsements from the same radical activist groups, like Stonewall DFL, Women Winning, Minneapolis Area Regional Labor Federation, and Take Action MN. Cities all over the state do this: St Louis Park, Duluth, Bloomington, Minneapolis, and others. The issues all seem to be the same too. It's climate change, equity, affordable housing, social justice, and Ranked Choice Voting. As usual, Minneapolis is a complete circus. But once you step away from the big, city lights, cities and towns all around the state are losing out by having odd year elections, because the DFL is using this tactic to keep a stranglehold on our local government. We also discuss how Governor Walz is hedging his bets for the upcoming winter cycle of COVID and the submarining approval numbers of Let's Go Brandon. Have you checked out our Spotify playlist? At the beginning of each episode, Jason quotes some song lyrics that have to do with the subject matter of the podcast. Andrew never knows what they are, but now he can… and so can you! We've launched the Spotify playlist: “Community Solutions Music From the Podcast!” You can listen to Roundabout from Yes after listing to Episode 30 on Roundabouts… or kick back and enjoy a rocking playlist just for the thrill of it. We add a new song every week. Subscribe and enjoy! Don't forget that you can also subscribe to our podcast on iTunes, Google Play, and Spotify!
Our local COVID key indicator has leveled at about the same rate it did at the end of the first two major pandemic waves: around 20, in the lower half of Stage 3 range. Early voting begins: Prop A for Austinites, school bonds for Williamson County, civic bonds for Buda, and eight State Constitutional amendments for all Texans. Wider indications of organized theft of cell phones at the Austin City Limits Music Festival lead to three more arrests and almost 300 phones recovered. Austin FC and Texas Longhorns both drop matchups over the weekend, while Texas RB Bijan Robinson starts to draw Heisman speculation. HAAM gets a new CEO. Celis Brewing is set to open the CTX Beer Garden, a new outdoor space on its brewery property on Metric. Austin makes Travel And Leisure's Top 15 Cities in the U.S., but gets beat out by San Antonio and Fort Worth. And one more cool day today before a warmup later this week.
Included in this episode: 1. A New Study Makes the Case for Mixing and Matching the Pfizer-BioNTech, Moderna and J&J Vaccine Doses 2. Queen Elizabeth and Greta Thunberg Are Sending the Same Message on Climate Change. Will World Leaders Listen? 3. Column: Europe's Youngest Democracies Are in Turmoil at the Worst Possible Time 4. Reluctant Towns, Cities and States Are Being Dragged Into Court to Fix Sidewalks for People With Disabilities 5. This Native American Illustrator Is Bringing Indigenous Stories to Life—and Opening the Door for Others
ABC-7 news in San Francisco reports residents complain there's "nothing to do" — thanks to COVID-19 restrictions, crime, public illegal drug use, and general filth. The occupancy rate of downtown office space has reportedly reached 10 percent, a precipitous fall from the previous 90 percent. Will things get worse before they get better? Will it ever get better? Right Angle — with Stephen Green, Scott Ott and Bill Whittle — comes to you free 260 times annually thanks to our Members, who enjoy access to exclusive Members-only features. Become a Member when you click the big green button at https://BillWhittle.com
Our story of Serafal comes to an end! Foul foes are met, duels are had, and families are repaired!! If you like the show please rate and review us wherever you found us! "Bottled Cities" was developed by Anna Landin. It and all her other games can be found at annalandin.itch.io/ You can find all of the soundscapes used on the show at: tabletopaudio.com/ Diceology is hosted and produced by Natalie Wilcoxen and Dane Fogdall The Cast includes Will Bangs and Sam Cast.
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to journalist Michael Shellenberger about his new book “San Fransicko,” why he left the Democratic Party, the real reason that progressives defend petty theft, and why the Left has turned its back on Viktor Frankl. Michael talks about how the policies of liberal cities like San Francisco, Seattle, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, and Portland have actually made the problems they tried to fix much worse. The growth of homeless encampments, open air drug markets, and mental illness have all been worsened by the policies meant to address them. Michael also describes how policies like decriminalizing shoplifting simply incentivize misdemeanor theft. Finally, Michael discusses the dangers of embracing a victimhood mentality. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Are cities broken or brilliant? Most of our population live in cities, so you'd think they should be the most comfortable place a person can be...but a whole lot of people hate them. In this week's episode our comedian and expert look into the pro's and con's of city life. Expert guest: Claire Bradbury has lived in the metropolis for much of her life, so she understands what it takes to find home in the city, whether in sub-Saharan Africa, Australia, the US or the UK. With a background in law and international development, she has devoted her career to tackling critical sustainability challenges across the globe.She has worked with some of the world's leading thinkers and organisations, including the Household of His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, developing sustainable food and agriculture, urban regeneration and social cohesion programmes. Claire has emerged as a thought leader on wellbeing in cities and is also a certified personal trainer, and co-founder and trustee of the Active Pregnancy Foundation. Passionate about the transformative power of the wilderness, both in and outside of the city, she is a keen adventurer and can often be found exploring the urban jungle or climbing mountains in some of the most remote parts of the world.Buy Dwellbeing: https://smarturl.it/dwellbeingWebsite: https://www.dwellbeinginc.comContact Claire: https://www.linkedin.com/in/claire-bradbury-47691b36/ | https://www.instagram.com/clairebradbury__/ | IG @clairebradbury__ Comedy guest: Jamie Pityinger is a hilarious Producer, Podcaster, and Writer based in Los Angeles. She is the host of the 'Does That Make Me A Dick? Podcast' You can find out more about her: On her Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jpitythefooo/ On the podcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dickpodcast/On Twitter: https://twitter.com/GarbagePailJameAt her website: https://www.jamiepityinger.com/
How can cities enable shared electric mobility services? Are 15 minute cities a reality? Why behaviour shift is essential to make shared transit system in cities a success? All this and more is discussed in this episode where Venkatesh Gopal, Partnerships & Business Development manager at Movmi joins Girish Shivakumar for a conversation. To find out more about Venkatesh & Movmi – https://movmi.net/ | https://ca.linkedin.com/in/venkateshgopal-electricsharedmobility Subscribe and listen on Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/2LFBCVw Other platforms: http://bit.ly/2POiTW3 Web: www.missionshunya.com Liked the story? Give a rating and write a review on Apple Podcasts (https://apple.co/2LFBCVw). Share it with 3 people in your network, it just takes 30seconds.
Putting people in the process. Four guests from the City of Fort Collins, Colorado and the City of Norfolk, Virginia joined the podcast to talk about equity and data in climate action planning. They discussed how the Cities are modifying their climate actions plans to be more equitable and the What Works Cities certifications. John Phelan is the Energy Services Manager in Fort Collins, Molly Saylor is the Senior Sustainability Specialist in Fort Collins, Pete Buryk is the Chief of Staff in Norfolk, and Lori Crouch is the Director of Communications in Norfolk. This episode was recorded live at the #ELGL21 Annual Conference. Host: Alyssa Dinberg
Sara welcomes Jerry Torres, a documentary filmmaker and former CEO of a major defense contractor, to discuss what he’s learned from interviewing cartel leaders in El Salvador. Torres explains horrific realities like cartels operating aggressively in American cities, trafficking migrants all the way to their new homes in the U.S., the human “downpayment” for getting […]
Sara welcomes Jerry Torres, a documentary filmmaker and former CEO of a major defense contractor, to discuss what he's learned from interviewing cartel leaders in El Salvador. Torres explains horrific realities like cartels operating aggressively in American cities, trafficking migrants all the way to their new homes in the U.S., the human "down payment" for getting smuggled into the U.S., and how some of our border agents are part of the problem.Sara also discusses how governors are approaching the border crisis since the Biden administration refuse to confront it and the long-term danger we face from China clearly dominating cybersecurity and artificial intelligence.Please visit our great sponsors:My Pillowhttps://mypillow.com/carterGet BOGO Free Giza Dream Sheet Sets with code CARTER.The Association of Mature American Citizenshttps://amac.us/carterThe benefits of membership are great, but the cause is even greater.Tunnel to Towershttps://T2T.orgDuring this 20th anniversary year of 9/11, help America to NEVER FORGET. Donate $11/month to Tunnel to Towers at T2T.orgUniversal Coinhttps://universalcoin.com/SaraVisit online or call 1-800-UCB-GOLD for a no-cost no-obligation Gold Info Kit.
Every eight years, the state goes through a process to determine how much and what kind of housing should be built in every California city. The allotment, known as the Regional Housing Needs Assessment, is up for renewal this year and has called for cities to plan for more housing than in the past. Historically, most cities don't build the housing the state recommends, and dozens have already filed lawsuits fighting the numbers. RHNA only tells cities how much housing they should plan for, but doesn't require them to approve housing projects or ensure that the housing is actually. We'll talk about this year's assessment process and why the vast majority of cities fall short of the state's goals.