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  1. Reorienting economic development

  2. Investing in the Chicago region

  3. Performance-based funding

  4. Property tax classification

  5. New LTA projects

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December 18, 2014

Civic Federation Report Profiles Unincorporated Cook County

Efficient governance in the region helps ensure that public sector investments maximize benefits to residents.  GO TO 2040 recommends that the region work together to provide more... Read More About Civic Federation Report Profiles Unincorporated Cook County
December 18, 2014

STEM Employment Trends in the Chicago Region

CMAP's regional economic indicators microsite features key measures of metropolitan Chicago's economy and, where applicable, compares these measures to peer metropolitan areas.  The... Read More About STEM Employment Trends in the Chicago Region
December 12, 2014

CMAP Weekly Update, 12-12-14

Get all the latest agency news in our weekly email, sent each Friday to partners and stakeholders. Read More About CMAP Weekly Update, 12-12-14
December 11, 2014

Veto Session Update

New Policy Update describes the Illinois General Assembly's recently adjourned two-week veto session and legislative initiatives that affect CMAP or are of interest to CMAP and its partners. Read More About Veto Session Update
November 12, 2014

FUND 2040 for regional infrastructure

CMAP is building a coalition to support this proposed regional infrastructure fund for transportation, water, and open space. Read More About FUND 2040 for regional infrastructure
November 7, 2014

Cook County property tax classification effects on property tax burden

The use of property tax classification in Cook County makes it difficult to encourage and strengthen non-residential development in existing communities. Read More About Cook County property tax classification effects on property tax burden
November 7, 2014

Voters consider state and local land use transportation funding measures

Several states considered ballot measures on land use and transportation funding on Election Day. Read More About Voters consider state and local land use transportation funding measures
October 30, 2014

CMAP Muni-Blast, 10-30-14

The latest newsletter features highlights from the 2014 biennial municipal survey. Read More About CMAP Muni-Blast, 10-30-14
October 28, 2014

Overview of Freight Flows into and out of the Chicago Region

A new Policy Updates series analyzes freight flows, trends, and challenges in the Chicago region. Read More About Overview of Freight Flows into and out of the Chicago Region
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  • Partner Spotlight

    A nonprofit, community-based social service agency, CASL serves the physical, economic, and mental health of the Chinese community in the greater Chicago area.
     

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    Cook County Department of Public Health, a state-certified public health agency for Cook County, provides effective and efficient disease prevention programs.
     
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    The Latino Policy Forum improves education outcomes, advocates for affordable housing, promotes just immigration policies, and engages diverse sectors of the community.
     

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    MVCC is a two-year school that ranks in the top 3 percent of U.S. institutions granting associate degrees.
     
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    IDNR manages, conserves, and protects Illinois' natural, recreational, and cultural resources, expands public knowledge, and promotes education, science, and public saftey.
     

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    The Council of Mayors provides a forum for early public involvement and partnership in transportation planning and projects. 
     
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    ComEd is an energy delivery company that provides service to approximately 3.8 million customers across northern Illinois and supports educational,  environmental, and community development initiatives.
     

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    IDOT designs and maintains a world-class transportation system that enhances safety and the quality of life of Illinios residents.
     
     

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