Community and Economic Development Bulletin Series

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10 COVID-19 and North Carolina's Economic Development Organizations: Perspectives on Response, Recovery, and Shifting Priorities Jonathan Q. Morgan, Jamie Randall McCall 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic has been an unprecedented and global public health crisis with consequences that continue to reverberate across local economies.   Early on, the temporary closing of “non-esse

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9 Residential Rental Property Inspections, Permits, and Registration: Changes for 2017 C. Tyler Mulligan 2017


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8 Residential Rental Property Inspections, Permits, and Registration: Questions and Answers C. Tyler Mulligan 2011

In an effort to protect code-compliant landlords from being subject to inspection, permit, and registration requirements, the General Assembly enacted Session Law 2011-281 (the “IPR law”) to limit

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7 Analyzing the Benefits and Costs of Economic Development Projects Jonathan Q. Morgan 2010

Local governments can lessen the financial risks associated with investing in economic development by assessing whether a particular project will generate economic and fiscal benefits that outweigh

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6 2008 Legislative Action in Community and Economic Development C. Tyler Mulligan 2008

This bulletin summarizes legislation affecting community and economic development enacted by the 2008 session of the North Carolina General Assembly.

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5 Questions About Tax Increment Financing in North Carolina Jonathan Q. Morgan, Joseph Blocher 2008

Tax increment financing (TIF) is a mechanism by which local governments issue bonds, without a voter referendum, to make public improvements that are necessary to spur private investment in a desig

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