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Jon Peters featured on Municipal Finance Today

October 29, 2013

Andrew Cohen’s article “Sandy-Impacted Governments Facing Fiscal Challenges One Year Later,” features a proposal by Dr. Jonathan Peters that takes “a premptive[sic] approach for disaster planning. Peters is studying the idea of Staten Island, which was among the hardest hit sections of New York City during Sandy, self-financing an approximatelty six-mile levee that would rise 18-feet above sea level for its most vulnerable flood areas through either a Payment in Lieu of Taxes or Tax Increment Financing program.”

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