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GOPC Releases Recommendation for Transporation Budget Ahead of Conference Committee

March 27, 2019
News from Greater Ohio Policy Center - Press Release

On Our Radar: News Clips from Greater Ohio Policy Center

March 22, 2019
At Greater Ohio Policy Center, we monitor the news daily to learn more about the sustainable growth initiatives and related developments in our state and beyond that affect Ohio. Below are articles that caught our attention over the last few weeks, and we thought they might interest you as well. If you have an article you would like to share with us, please email it to Maria Walliser-Wejebe at mwalliser-wejebe@greaterohio.org.

NYT - Opinion: An Important Vote for the Climate

March 21, 2019
Local officials across the country will have a chance to vote on new energy efficiency standards for buildings. But few tend to vote, which could put the outcome in jeopardy.

On Our Radar: News Clips from Greater Ohio Policy Center

March 8, 2019
At Greater Ohio Policy Center, we monitor the news daily to learn more about the sustainable growth initiatives and related developments in our state and beyond that affect Ohio.

On Our Radar: News Clips from Greater Ohio Policy Center

February 8, 2019
At Greater Ohio Policy Center, we monitor the news daily to learn more about the sustainable growth initiatives and related developments in our state and beyond that affect Ohio. Below are articles that caught our attention over the last few weeks, and we thought they might interest you as well. If you have an article you would like to share with us, please email it to Maria Walliser-Wejebe at mwalliser-wejebe@greaterohio.org.

Celebrating a Conservation Milestone

January 17, 2019
With your support, Western Reserve Land Conservancy surpassed our year-end goal of permanently conserving our 55,000th acre. That’s right, with the closing of 34 projects in 2018, we have now conserved 740+ properties totaling an incredible 56,200+ acres across northern and eastern Ohio!

On the GO: News from the Greater Ohio Policy Center

January 17, 2019
Reinvention Cities Network Wraps Up 2018, Looks Ahead

Greater Ohio Policy Center - On Our Radar

January 11, 2019
GOPC in the News

2019 Greater Ohio Summit

January 7, 2019
Ohio’s cities and metropolitan regions have been hard at work revitalizing their communities and reorienting their economies to the 21st century. At this moment of transition in leadership across the state, Ohio’s cities are poised to expand and deepen the revitalization efforts in their communities.

Greater Ohio Policy Center Holiday Newsletter

December 21, 2018
Happy Holidays from everyone at the Greater Ohio Policy Center!

A New Day Dawning

By Jack Riordan   |  December 17, 2018
A New Day Dawning
Crawling through my cluttered mind looking for a way.

The Meanderings of Troubled Mind Through Shipshewana

By Jack Riordan   |  November 5, 2018
Why would a wine group go to Shipshewana Indiana; it's a dry and 4-hour drive? Our Frugal Grape gang makes a yearly, weekend excursion for a gabfest, taste interesting wines and foods, plus explore.

Downside of Home Grown Tomatoes

By Jack Riordan   |  October 1, 2018
Downside of Home Grown Tomatoes
Almost every day in the summer begins the same. After I thank the Creator, (most of us call God) source of light, liquid water, and life and salute all those who gave their youth and lives or love ones for our country and its flag, I meander to my garden

Report: Ohio Jobs Don't Pay Enough to Afford the Rent

August 21, 2018
Only two of the top 10 occupations in Ohio actually pay their employees enough to afford a modest two-bedroom apartment, according to a report released Wednesday.

Greater Ohio Policy Center - 2018 Policy Platform

August 8, 2018
The past decade has seen considerable progress as job growth has remained steady and communities across the state have experienced promising comebacks. Yet, cities and towns across the Buckeye state continue to struggle to fund sites for new businesses and employees

National Low Income Housing Coalition - Senate Passes FY19 THUD Appropriations Bills

August 6, 2018
The Senate voted 92-6 on August 1 to approve its FY19 Transportation-HUD (THUD) spending bill, which provides robust funding for affordable housing and community development programs. Overall, the bill provides HUD programs with more than $12 billion above the president’s FY19 request and more than $1 billion above the House bill.

America just won the world's hardest math contest. Again.

August 2, 2018
Last month, the United States made an extraordinary achievement: For the third time in four years, it won the International Mathematical Olympiad.

America just won the world's hardest math contest. Again.

August 2, 2018
Last month, the United States made an extraordinary achievement: For the third time in four years, it won the International Mathematical Olympiad.

The Roller Coaster

By Jack Riordan   |  June 27, 2018
I have been wallowing in an unhappy state, brought on by my concern for my beloved country which seems to be sinking into a land of hatred controlled by greedy people who ignore science for their benefit but our detriment.

The Magic of Spring

June 24, 2018
One Morning

NACEDA Network News - May 31, 2018

May 31, 2018
NACEDA Network News - May 31, 2018

What Separates Us?

By Jack Riordan   |  June 28, 2017
Why are we so divided and unwilling To Live and Let live?

How Trump's Budget Would Impact States and Localities

June 1, 2017
How Trump's Budget Would Impact States and Localities

Federal and State Housing Policy Update

By Jack Riordan   |  June 1, 2017
Federal and State Housing Policy Update

A Deluding Plan to Make America Great Again

April 10, 2017
As I come out of what has been truly my, “Winter of Our Discontent” and shake off the malaise, I look at a future full of needs that will have to be addressed. I am certain that unless we can educate our legislators we will have much less state and federal resources. I also know that the less we achieve this year to reduce poverty and blight will multiply exponentially.

Barriers vs. Walls

By Jack Riordan   |  March 14, 2017
Birds don't know - nor the winds slow,

Governing Daily - Bad Budget News? Some State Just Bury It.

January 7, 2017
Observers say Kansas is trying to "end bad economic news by not reporting it." It's not the only state being accused of hindering transparency.

How to Start Thinking About What a Trump Presidency Means for Cities

November 22, 2016
There are more questions than answers for now, but let's begin here.
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