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Do We Have the Capacity for Transformative Investment?
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  • Nov 20, 2014
An Assessment of Northeastern Illinois’ Regional Development Structures and Tools The Metropolitan Planning Council’s vision for an economically competitive, environmentally sustainable and socially equitable Chicago region requires smarter prioritization of projects and coordinated…
New year, big plans at MPC
Just weeks into a new decade, MPC staff already has plans – big and small – for how their work will help improve the metropolitan region in 2010. Kristi DeLaurentiis This year my resolution is to help foster linkages and promote collaboration between MPC and its partners throughout the…
Plan for Prosperity: 2010 Policy Objectives
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  • Jan 11, 2010
Each year, MPC presents its 12-month plan for developing, advocating for, and implementing policies that advance our mission: Since 1934, the Metropolitan Planning Council (MPC) has been dedicated to shaping a more sustainable and prosperous greater Chicago region. As an independent, nonprofit,…
One year since President Obama's election: a look ahead
Since President Obama was elected one year ago, the nation has focused on how he and his administration are working to reform healthcare and revive the economy. At MPC, we’ve been paying close attention to how the administration can lay a stronger foundation to support long-term, sustainable…

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