E66: Let’s talk TIF, Nose Picking Groene, and More!
Join special guest host, Megan Stock, and lets talk Tax Increment Financing (TIF). TIF is a powerful tool used by cities for public development, but has not had the impact on the areas of greatest need as intended.
Megan is reading: Life and Death of the American City by Jane Synder
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Bills would add needed oversight to Tax Increment Financing https://www.openskypolicy.org/policy-brief-bills-would-add-needed-oversight-to-tax-increment-financing
The Hidden Costs of TIF:Reconsidering a Vaunted Economic Development Tool https://www.lincolninst.edu/publications/articles/hidden-costs-tif
Omaha City Council Approves 17.5 million TIF for Casino.
Omaha 2020 TIF Report
TIF in Nebraska: IS THE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT LAW BROKEN OR ARE PROPONENTS OF REFORM MERELY PLAYING A BROKEN RECORD ON REPEAT
EMINENT DOMAIN AS ENCLOSURE MOVEMENT: THE PRIVATIZATION OF LAW UNDER NEOLIBERALISM
Tax Increment Financing: Public Use or Private Abuse? Alyson Tomme
“TIFues”: An Examination of the History and Current Issues in Tax Increment Financing Richard T. Wagner
Lincoln, NE Redevelopment Process Flow Chart
More on TIFS, Schools, and Streetcars. By Rick Esenberg
Improving Tax Increment Financing (TIF) for Economic Development. By David Merriman with Lincoln Institute of Land Policy