By Michael A. Pagano
towns, counties, college districts and different neighborhood governments have suffered a lasting interval of monetary demanding situations because the starting of the good Recession. Metropolitan governments proceed to regulate to the "new basic" of sharply decrease estate values, patron revenues, and private source of revenue. participants to this quantity contain elected officers, teachers, key humans in urban administrations, and different nationally famous specialists who talk about options to the city difficulties created by means of the nice Recession.
Metropolitan Resilience in a Time of monetary Turmoil appears to be like on the skill of neighborhood governments to mobilize assets successfully and successfully, in addition to the final results of the long term fiscal downturn on caliber of lifestyles. Introducing the reader to the financial results of the good Recession on towns, the e-book examines the preliminary fraying and next mending of the social security web, the possibilities for pursuing financial improvement concepts, the demanding situations of inter-jurisdictional cooperation, and the legacy bills of pension liabilities and infrastructure decay.
members are Phil Ashton, Raphael Bostic, Richard Feiock, Rachel A. Gordon, Rebecca Hendrick, Geoffrey J.D. Hewings, David Merriman, Richard Nathan, Michael A. Pagano, Breeze Richardson, Annette Steinacker, Nik Theodore, Rachel Weber, and Margaret Weir.
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1 While an array of special districts, townships, and counties comprise local government, this chapter focuses on the strategies of general-purpose municipal governments, remaining attentive to the ways they intersect with other local governments and nonprofit organizations. The chapter first briefly presents the fiscal federalism argument and sketches the diverse financial flows and organizational responsibilities for the social safety net. The second section examines the strategies of three types of local governments: the engaged, cities and suburbs that deploy one or more strategy to strengthen the safety net even as they prioritize quality of life for the middle-class and affluent residents; the weak, very poor cities and suburbs that have limited public resources for building the social safety net; the avoiders, mainly affluent suburbs that shun the strategies described above and focus primarily on the quality of life for the middle class.
Overseen by the Metropolitan Planning Council, a business-linked civic organization, the initiative represented the work of a cluster of philanthropic and civic or- 33 34 margaret weir ganizations, as well as the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (the region’s metropolitan planning organization) and the Metropolitan Mayors Council (a forum that promotes collaboration among the region’s mayors). Innovators â•‡ Cities can also act as innovators in designing new approaches to strengthen the safety net.
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