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Transforming Cleveland Vacant Lots into an Urban Farm

Center for Community Progress

Photo: Center for Community Progress Long before the Cuyahoga Land Bank Authority (CLB) came onto the scene in 2009 to help tackle Cleveland’s inventory of vacant, abandoned, and deteriorated properties , Anita Gardner was driving change in her community. The namesake tree at the heart of Crooked Branch Farm.

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Technical Leadership Needs Advance The Politics-Administration Dichotomy

Public Policy Blog

This concept while widely dismissed by today’s scholars of public administration (Campbell and Peters, 1998; Levy, 2009) as if a true unadulterated distinction could honestly, actually, occur is commonly a constant and growing public debate particularly in developing countries. Manager relations. Public Administration Review,72 (4), 526-535.

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CPBB Teams with Toledo Regional Chamber to Bring Priority Based Budgeting to the City of Toledo, Ohio

PBB Center for Priority Based Budgeting

In 2009, the Center for Priority Based Budgeting was created as a mechanism to help local governments implement PBB, as nothing else existed within local government public finance that truly is scalable, transferable and effective.