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The Question Nobody (Except Us) Is Asking Candidates

By Bethany Erickson / June 2, 2019 / 3 Comments

Nobody (at least, media-wise) is asking, but we did. And from the candidates who responded to our questionnaires we sent out a few months ago, we know where many of them stand on an ordinance that is allowing the slow death-by-demolition of one of the country’s few remaining intact Freedman’s towns — the Tenth Street […]

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Want to Represent Your Neighborhood? First, You Have to Get Your Name on Ballot

By Zachary Dickens / January 28, 2015 / 0 Comments

One way to ensure that your property values stay high is to get involved in your community. For example, you could represent your neighborhood on the city council or school board. Of course, you’d have to convince your neighbors that you’re worthy of their votes. But that comes later. First, you need to get on […]

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