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What's our economic strategy? NH's approach to economic development has to start with a vision. Apr 15, 2016 670
Assessing NH's housing options: we've been talking about affordable housing and workforce housing for years, but we have a long way to go. Mar 18, 2016 634
What is New Hampshire's future? Our history in innovation, invention, investment can help us address challenges. Dec 25, 2015 559
Teaming up on development: expanding our tax base and attracting new good jobs should not be left solely to municipal and state entities. Column Nov 27, 2015 798
NH's new tech opportunity: we need to figure out how to attract and keep micro and small firms. Oct 30, 2015 676
Planning to help NH compete: there is much to do to make the state competitive and keep it a great place to live. Column Sep 4, 2015 669
Competitive terms for lessees. Aug 12, 2011 499
Lack of consumer spending drags on real estate. Sep 24, 2010 639
It's all about jobs. Aug 28, 2009 781
Just how bad is it out there? When it comes to the economy, the challenge is to discern fact from fiction. Dec 7, 2007 668
Transportation system is New Hampshire's backbone. Nov 9, 2007 621
New England has assets--but we have to use them. Column Oct 12, 2007 667
A warm welcome for Concord's new deputy city manager. Sep 14, 2007 821
Now is the time to rethink how we regulate development. Column Aug 17, 2007 687
Good properties will be hard to find in 2007. Column Feb 2, 2007 860
'Edge Cities' helps define southern New Hampshire: what a classic book on suburbanization has to tell us. Book review Sep 15, 2006 590

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