This study focuses on one subject area of the Urban Affairs Committee's charge: housing and business investment in Nebraska's declining urban neighborhoods and non-metropolitan communities. From its beginning the study has had two primary objectives:
First, to ascertain the demand for housing and business investment funds in the declining urban neighborhoods of Nebraska's two major metropolitan cities, Omaha and Lincoln, and in the State's non-metropolitan communities; and the perceptions of homeowners, renters, landlords and businessmen in these communities and neighborhoods regarding the availability to them of such funds.
Second, to identify factors which discourage or hamper housing and business investment in the declining urban neighborhoods of Omaha and Lincoln and in the State's non-metropolitan communities, and to recommend legislation and other measures to eliminate such factors and to provide incentives for increased investment in these neighborhoods and communities.
Todd, Ralph H.; Hinton, David W.; Lee, Paul S. T.; Moss, Thomas C.; and Rogers, William B., "Housing and Business Investment in Nebraska's Non-metropolitan Communities and Declining Urban Neighborhoods" (1976). Publications Archives, 1963-2000. 9.
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