Aging in Place is Vital for the Growth and Development of Communities

Christie Myers, Managing Director of Opportunity Dallas, addresses the importance of aging in place to seniors and the community as a whole. On a weekly basis, I am confronted with […]

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Vulnerable Populations Important for Fair Housing Policy

In recognition of Fair Housing Month, Christie Myers, Managing Director of Opportunity Dallas, addresses the importance of fair housing policy and practice to vulnerable populations. “Fair housing practices help people […]

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Quality of Life of Citizens Priority for City Officials

As we begin 2019 and think about the changes we want in our own lives, we also should be thinking about the changes in our communities. A city is more […]

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NLC Service Line Warranty Program Gives Employees A Day Off To Help Kids Play

More than a dozen NLC Service Line Warranty Program Utility Service Partners by HomeServe employees joined more than 200 other local business people and Seneca Valley Schools pupils and volunteered […]

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Three Ways P3s Can Benefit Your Community

The Trump administration has proposed expanding the U.S. Department of Transportation Private Activity Bond program, encouraging the development of public-private partnerships (P3s) in transportation projects. While P3s do not work […]

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Tucson Park Enhancements Financed By NLC SLWP

Municipalities that partner with the NLC Service Line Warranty Program receive a revenue share from policies sold that can be dedicated to a wide variety of beneficial community programs. The […]

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All-abilities Playground Built Through Community Effort in Partner City Orem, Utah

The All Together Playground in Orem, Utah, is the first of its kind in Utah County, and on the crest of a movement to make play accessible to all children. […]

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Parks Serve As Beneficial Infrastructure For Many Cities

When you think essential infrastructure, you may not think about parks or playgrounds, but providing residents a place for recreation garners socioeconomic benefits, and parks designed for mixed use also […]

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Six Tips To Help Residents Age In Place

Since Jan. 1, 2011, 10,000 Baby Boomers are eligible to retire daily, and Americans 65 and older will make up 19 percent of the population by 2030. Many of those […]

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Don’t Let Your Residents Be Left Out In The Cold

The recent bomb cyclone has played havoc across the country, from frigid flooding in the Northeast to abnormally low temperatures and snowfall in the south. And as the temperatures sank, […]

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