12 J. Affordable Hous. & Cmty. Dev. L. [i] (2002-2003)

handle is hein.journals/jrlaff12 and id is 1 raw text is: Journal of
Affordable Housing
& Community Development L
VOLUME 12, NUMBER 1                                              FALL 2002
News You Can Use
Rising Housing Costs Are a National Concern
A lphonso  R . Jackson  ..................................................................  1
High Ethical Standards and Accountability Key to HUD Success
R ichard  A . H auser ....................................................................  5
Chair's Message
M attye  Gouldsby  Jones  ..............................................................  11
Editor's Notes
Susan  R . Jones  ........................................................................  12
Special Report: The Millennial Housing Commission
The Millennial Housing Commission Report: Housing Matters....... 16
An Interview with MHC Executive Director Conrad Egan
Jennifer  Collins ......................................................................  24
Why Reinvent the Wheel When the Tools for Change Are
Already Available? A Response to the Millennial Housing
Commission's Report
Gordon  Cavanaugh and Amy  Glassman ..........................................  36
Commentary
The 10-Year Hold Rule and Nonrecognition Transactions
Steven  L. Christensen  ...............................................................  50
HUD'S Proposal to Overhaul the Mortgage Process
to Lower Costs and Increase Homeownership
Kenneth  A . M arkison  ...............................................................  62
From the Reading Room
Nature and the Needs of Urban America
Sara  Faherty  .........................................................................  73
Articles
Managing Local Opposition to Affordable Housing:
A New Approach to NIMBY
Tim   Iglesias  ...........................................................................  78
The ABCs of CDEs and More-A New Alphabet Soup
for Community Development
M ichael 1. N ovogradac ................................................................ 123
About the Forum
Forum Officers, Governing Committee Members,
and  Com m ittee  Chairs ................................................................  149
Published by the American Bar Association Forum on
Affordable Housing and Community Development Law
in cooperation with the University at Buffalo Law School

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