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Check out this article about Utah living under the weight of its own tourism success.
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Low interest rates and a boom in speculative building is causing a number of people in Europe to predict a building bubble about to burst. Check out today’s New York Times. https://www.nytimes.com/2019/12/17/business/europe-housing.html
Want to better understand the housing situation on Nantucket? Need a refresher on the kinds of housing the town and other non-profits are working to create? Do terms like the SHI list, 40Bs, HUD requirements and the legal definition of the word “affordable” make your head swim? Listen to this 27-minute recording with Tucker Holland, […]
Good morning, Islanders. This is another in a series of weekly morning notes to our subscribers and friends of ACK•Now. Thank you so much for inviting us into your inbox. Today we will give you a preview of the warrant articles ACK•Now filed with the town last week. ACK•Now, as an organization, has been up […]
Good morning, Islanders. This is the first in a series of weekly morning notes we will be sending our subscribers. Thank you so much for inviting us into your inbox. Today we thought we would give you some information on one of the things that sets ACK•Now apart. One of the important distinctions between ACK•Now […]
Let’s face it. Making improvements to transportation requires funding and lots of it. The Metropolitan Area Planning Council in Massachusetts has put together its 2019 report on ways for Massachusetts cities and towns to pay for transportation improvements. Not all of these 14 suggestions relate directly to Nantucket, but they may spark some creative problem-solving.
Manhattan and Nantucket may seem like two radically different islands (and, let’s face it, they so are), but there are some things that we can learn from them.