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1993 empowerment zone and enterprise community program Hearing before the Subcommittee on Economic Development of the Committee on Public Works and Transportation, ... Congress, second session, February 7, 1994 by United States

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Number of Pages73
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Open LibraryOL7372265M
ISBN 100160459915
ISBN 109780160459917
OCLC/WorldCa31536666

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This empowerment zone initiative, therefore, is a central part of a broadly coordinated strategy. I asked the Vice President to head a new Community Enterprise Board to try to come up with that sort of system, to change the Federal relationship with America's communities but also to set in motion a process for American communities which. fusing in with the passage of the Empowerment Zone and Enter-prise Community Act. With this legislation the federal government jumped into the enterprise zone arena. The federal program initially added 11 empowerment zones and 99 enterprise communities to the list of state zones (Hambleton ). It also added a distinctive set of in-. The Enterprise family includes Enterprise Community Partners, Inc., a national Section (c)(3) charitable organization. Financing is offered through tax-exempt subsidiaries, Enterprise Community Loan Fund, Inc., and Enterprise Community Investment, Inc. Housing development is offered through a related entity, Enterprise Community Development, Inc. a (c)(3).   Education plays an important role in community development initiatives. A movement toward an increased linkage between the two arenas has emerged. Two major theories undergird this movement: economic/investment and the ecology of community revitalization. The Clinton administration's Empowerment Zone/Enterprise Community program offers a concrete example of a Cited by: 4.

The Empowerment Zone and Enterprise Community Initiative of is a federal program that approached socioeconomic mobility from a community level by providing funding and tax incentives to. Empowerment zone and enterprise community program: Improvements occurred in communities but the effect of the program is unclear. RCED– Washington, . Empowerment Zone And Enterprise Community Program Hearing Before the Subc United States Congress House Committee On Publi Empowerment Zone And Enterprise Commu.   The Clinton Administration last week sent legislation to Capitol Hill to create federal enterprise zones in depressed inner-city and rural communities. With a .