2011-2015 ACS 5-Year Estimates and 2016 Determinations for the Voting Rights Act

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2011-2015 ACS 5-Year Estimates and 2016 Determinations for the Voting Rights Act

The U.S. Census Bureau released the 2011-2015 five year ACS estimates, offering a wealth of demographic and socio-economic data on more than 40 topics for communities of all sizes. The five-year estimates average data collected over the relevant time period from an annual sample of roughly 3.5 million addresses, to ensure acceptable levels of statistical…

House Passes Continuing Resolution and Water Bill

A four-month continuing resolution (CR) passed the House today by a 326-96 vote, and must be finalized by tomorrow to avert a government shutdown. The CR funds federal agencies through April 28 with additional dollars for a few urgent needs such as natural disaster relief and war operations, and $7 million for New York City…

Assistance Request: CDBG Success Stories

NARC has joined with the Community Development Block Grant Coalition to highlight the value of federal housing and community development programs to communities as the President-elect Trump Transition team develops policies on housing and community development. We are seeking information on CDBG projects that have made a significant contribution to your communities. The Community Development…

DVRPC Board Retreat and Megaregions Workshop

This week, the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC) held their annual Board Retreat in conjunction withe a Federal Highway Administration workshop on megaregions. The-two day event brought together local, state, and federal transportation experts to explore how to work together on a megaregion level. Day one featured national megaregions expert and director of the…

NARC Webinar Slides: 2016 Election Outcomes and Impact

NARC held a post-election webinar, 2016 Election Outcomes and Impact, on Monday detailing the overall results and thoughts about the incoming Administration. The slides include information on the new Congress and thoughts on what the new Administration might focus on. Check out the presentation slides for more detail.

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