Saturday, July 10, 2010
Okay, so yes, every blog must post some angle about something to do with the LeBron "Decision". Indeed, none other than the giant FTC is secretly demanding and monitoring compliance with this hush-hush dictate.
Unfortunately, for land use types, it requires a bit of intellectual dexterity to come up with a logical approach, including a little creep into state and local government, real estate, and tax issues.
With that broadened scope, I ran across an interesting piece by the OC Register that describes the real estate comparisons between LeBron's former city and his current locale.
The median home price numbers were actually quite surprising as was the lower unemployment along Lake Erie.
--Chad Emerson, Faulkner U.
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