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by Rachel Silver & Melora Hiller, Executive Director of the National Community Land Trust Network. For those of you who are members of both Cornerstone Partnership and the National Community Land Trust Network, you’ll be getting one fewer newsletter in your inbox this month. As we move closer to the…Read More
Now I don’t know about you, but one of my favorite things to do on a plane is to get to know the person in the seat next to mine. For most people, this is the stuff of nightmares and an unimaginable violation of social taboo, but for me, I…Read More
Cornerstone’s beta Inclusionary Calculator has been getting a lot of press!1 We are thrilled the tool is gaining visibility and, more importantly, that it is being used in policy conversations. We’d like to put our own Cornerstone perspective into the mix and also clear up any misperceptions. So, here it is,…Read More
Folks who attended the National Community Land Trust Network’s annual conference in Lexington, KY earlier this month found a special gift in their “swag bag” – a hot-off-the-press copy of the most comprehensive report to date on Inclusionary Housing policy, published by the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, with support…Read More
Ann Hollingshead is a recent graduate of the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley. While at the Goldman School, she wrote her master’s thesis entitled, When and How Cities Should Implement Inclusionary Housing Policies?, with support and funding from the Cornerstone Partnership. Berkeley’s Goldman School…Read More