Posts Tagged ‘Mississippi’

Conservation finance links, 10/13

October 13, 2011

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Twice each month TPL’s Conservation Finance service publishes links to state and local conservation finance stories from around the nation. As always, TPL’s online LandVote database provides the best source of data on conservation finance measures since 1988.

California
Redlands land sale should fund open space

Open space petitions delivered in Laguna Beach

Will voters still support 2012 water bond?

Colorado
Support for Conservation Easements in the North Fork

Florida
After bond failure last year, Tavares to go back to voters for park bond approval in 2012

Illinois
Chicago lacking in green space

More on Chicago park-poor areas

Mississippi
Southaven voters approve parks tax with 75 percent support

Montana
Missoula City and County have over $5M in open space funds

New Jersey
Barnegatresident criticizes Township open space spending

Oregon
Tigard park board silent on land negotiations from bond measure

Pennsylvania
Monroe county commissioner candidates discuss future of open space

Texas
Rail could crowd out other items like parks in Austin 2012 bond election

Washington
San Juan County seeks to renew land bank tax

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Conservation finance links, 7/5

July 5, 2011

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Twice each month TPL’s Conservation Finance service publishes links to state and local conservation finance stories from around the nation. As always, TPL’s online LandVote database provides the best source of data on conservation finance measures since 1988.

Colorado
El Paso County parks tax measure scrubbed

More on El Paso County

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Connecticut
Glastonbury to place another open space bond on November ballot

Delaware
Budget earmarks $20M for farmland and open space preservation

Georgia
Dunwoody puts final touches on November park bonds

More on Dunwoody

Massachusetts
Agawam decides to keep CPA

Michigan
Farmers scramble to enroll in state farmland preservation program

Mississippi
Southaven to vote on parks tax in October

New Jersey
Wyckoff finalizes open space question for November

Haddonfield open space renewal question for November ballot

Open space tax continuation debated in River Edge

More on River Edge

Moorestown mayor responds to those who say open space funds are being mispent

Moorestown resident rebuts mayor

Pennsylvania
PA Congressman supports federal conservation tax credits

Land preservation rooted in bad economy

Re-funding Growing Greener

South Carolina
With passage of bond, Dorchester County park dreams are taking shape

Texas
Texas Parks and Wildlife Dept takes on huge budget cuts

Utah
Salt Lake Countytables park bond until next year

Washington
Wenatchee looking at November park tax

More on Wenatchee

Conservation successes in Washington budget

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Conservation finance links, 3/15

April 15, 2011

Vermont town selectman voting, 1940 - Photo: Marion Post Wolcott

Twice each month TPL’s Conservation Finance service publishes links to state and local conservation finance stories from around the nation. In addition to helping states and communities organize and pass conservation finance measures, the service operates TPL’s LandVoteTM database of all such measures since 1988.

Colorado
Boulder officials dealing with growing number of people using their open spaces

Illinois
Kane County voters approve more open space funding

Maryland
State conservation funding in limbo

Massachusetts
Somerset considers CPA

Pelham becomes first CPA referendum in 2011

Easton tries to roll back CPA

Lexington voters reject CPA roll back

North Attleboro may revisit CPA

Minnesota
House and Senate begin debating outdoor spending

Mississippi
Senate approves Southaven parks tax, now goes to voters

Officials try and divide up Legacy Amendment funds

Ohio
Ohio may be dealing with loss of nature preserves due to budget cuts

Texas
Citizens group looking and projects for November Travis County bond

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Conservation finance links, 3/31

March 31, 2011

Residents promote Oregon's successful Proposition 76 last November

Twice each month TPL’s Conservation Finance service publishes links to state and local conservation finance stories from around the nation.  As always, TPL’s online LandVote database provides the best source of data on conservation finance measures since 1988.

California
Truckee resumes park bond discussions

Marin County still considering open space tax

Illinois
Kane County prepares for next weeks open space bond

Massachusetts
Somerset, yet another community looking at the costs and benefits of adopting CPA

Mississippi
House approves 1-cent tax for parks in Southaven

Pennsylvania
State severance tax discussed for local infrastructure and open space

Meeting is held in SE Pennsylvania to understand the economic benefits of open space

Rhode Island
$4M in state open space bondfunding approved

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