July 2014—July 2014 Issue
Maximizing the tribal land buy-back program: How priority lists can help tribes influence what's purchased
By identifying desirable parcels for development, American Indian tribes can make the most of a federal program that's putting reservation land back in tribal hands.
Helping small businesses survive big construction: Strategies from the Green Line LRT project
When major construction tore up a busy Twin Cities thoroughfare, a public-private partnership mobilized to help small businesses weather the disruptions.
State incentive fund helps ease North Dakota's affordable housing shortage
The North Dakota Housing Incentive Fund, a tax-incentive program to fund housing for essential workers and low- to moderate-income people, is a hit with contributors and developers alike.
Northside Achievement Zone aims to break the poverty cycle through education
A collaborative effort among schools, neighborhood groups, and service organizations is working to boost academic performance and family stability in North Minneapolis.
News & Notes
- Fed creates online portal to its community development resources
- Treasury announces $153 million in New Markets Tax Credit allocations for three Ninth District organizations
Minneapolis Fed launches consumer credit data page
Consumer Credit Conditions in the Ninth District illustrates and analyzes trends in consumer credit usage and delinquencies