As the Network has partnered with cities across the country, local and national press has taken notice, frequently writing about the Network’s approach and impact.
Under the current rules, Hartford cannot win. That's why any solution will require a change to the rules. The only way to increase revenue is through intervention by the state and the only way to achieve increased efficiency is with a new relationship with municipal labor.
A National Resource Network report designates volunteer community leadership organization Scranton Tomorrow as the city’s lead partner in a push to revitalize the downtown and recommends multi-sector funding contributions.
Providence faces serious economic and fiscal challenges, but also has extraordinary assets that can provide a platform for fixing its budget and increasing economic competitiveness.
A new online dashboard may help to inform population health programs by delivering insight into the socioeconomic determinates of health.
Three hundred cities with a population of at least 40,000 — and others like Petersburg that are slightly smaller — have struggled to recover from the Great Recession To revitalize these cities and provide a better future for the millions of Americans who call them home, we need a new way of doing things.
The longer a government's finances are allowed to deteriorate, the fewer options there are when corrective action is finally taken. Anyone who doubts that ought to look at a proposed 10-year plan commissioned by the city of Providence, R.I., and produced by the federal National Resource Network (NRN).
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