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Articles from Partners in Community and Economic Development (January 1, 2006)

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Alabama lending coalition boosts housing: Michele-Utomi Jenkins is a CEO on a mission: her goal is to produce a pipeline of new and renovated homes and apartments for low- and moderate-income families through a unique joint venture she heads, the housing enterprise of Central Alabama, LLC, or HECA. Lacy, Tabitha J. Company overview 1463
Clearing hurdles to mainstream banking. Sanchez, Juan C. 463
Credit card payments: can consumers handle the minimum? Consumers may be facing higher minimum payments on their credit card balances. The federal banking regulatory agencies issued joint guidance in January 2003 that called for lenders to raise minimum monthly payment requirements for credit card debt by year-end 2005. Easterwood, Lisa 671
Eminent domain and economic development: striking a balance: eminent domain is a long-standing and powerful tool of local governments. It is also one of the most controversial, particularly in minority and low-income communities. Farr, Jessica LeVeen 1755
Finances count in planning for disaster: though it's the last thing we want to think about, being financially prepared for a disaster can literally mean the difference between life and death. Montoya, Nancy 1514
Mississippi: strategy for rebound. Longwitz, Will 503
New Orleans welcomes visitors, but recovery is slow. Gobin, Bryan 1526
Nonprofits use eminent domain to develop affordable housing in Georgia. 500
South Florida: access Miami responds to city's poverty challenge. Cruz-Taura, Ana 450
The Benefit Bank: an asset building tool: current census data show that 34.8 million people in the United States--12.2 million of them children--are living below the federal poverty level. Hamer, Janet 694

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