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MPC Roundtable - The Future of Interjurisdictional Collaboration, a New Model for Housing and Community Development
Full audio recording of the Dec. 2012 Interjurisdictional Collaboration roundtable. A video recording is also available.
Rebuilding and Renewing America: Infrastructure Choices in the Great Lakes Megaregion
  • Audio
  • Nov 17, 2008
Listen to a series of audio recordings from this Nov. 17, 2008, symposium, organized by MPC and New York’s Regional Plan Association, through which attendees began to identify and prioritize strategic investments in transportation, water, and energy to be included in a national infrastructure…
Back to the Drawing Board? Revisiting local housing strategies during the market meltdown
  • Audio
  • Sep 10, 2008
Following the dramatic downturn in the housing market, local advocates and policymakers gathered to re-assess the primary housing policy initiatives they relied upon for many years. Suburban workforce housing, the Chicago Housing Authority Plan for Transformation, and employer-assisted housing were…
Bridging Boundaries: Mayors Partnering to Close the Jobs-Housing Gap
  • Audio
  • Aug 24, 2007
Local towns and employers in Chicago's north and northwest suburbs are showing how they are addressing shared housing and economic development challenges -- and helping more people live near work -- by working together.

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