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CCM Conference  October 10, 2014
February 20, 2015 , Legislative Office Building ,Public Hearing Room 1C, 1PM to 3PM Rep. Bumgardner: Taxation Alternatives:  Legislation to Create New Revenues for Public Purposes and Infrastructure.   A discussion of the emerging concept of collecting revenue from land values as a way to fund state & municipal governments and infrastructure projects without damaging taxes and expensive subsidies.

Friday, July 11, 2014        Webinar on Land Value Taxation

Tuesday, June 17, 2014    NEW London, CT

LVT, Economics, Urban, tools
Pace University: June 8, 2013
Occupy the Commons: A Proposal for
Regional ActionA Blueprint for Larger Action


Please consider joining Mike Curtis for a complete analysis of Henry George's Progress & Poverty on Tuesday, January 28, 2014 from 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm @ Buzz Ware Village Center, Arden, DE  19810 For more information, please contact Mike Curtis directly(302) 475-5670 or mikecurtisarden@me.com 

November 20, 2013: NY Federal Reserve
 
November 18, 2013: Our office has moved to 7488 Oxford Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19111, and our telephone number has changed to 215-722-2266.
 
October 2, 2013: 2013 CCM Annual Convention booth 217. Come join us if you can.
 
August 2013: Various meetings with elected officials throughout CT
 
Saturday, June 8, 2013: CUNY Graduate Center: Left Forum
 
Tuesday April 2, 2013 - CT MUNICIPAL TAX AUTHORITY MORE Commission Subcommittee Meeting 12pm to 1pm   Land Value Taxation Presentation
Joshua Vincent, Executive Director/ Mark Speirs, Regional Director
 
March - May 2013
Meetings with elected officials are currently taking place in various jurisdictions
throughout CT, Upstate NY, and PA.
 
October 23, 2012- CCM Annual Convention Connecticut Convention Center, Booth 303

Thursday, September 20, 2012  
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Using Land Value Tax to Revitalize Markets and Achieve Smart GrowthLand Value Taxation (LVT) is an underutilized component in tax policy that encourages economic development and ensures sustainable smart growth strategies. As an alternative to the standard property tax, LVT creates an environment that encourages new development as well as incentivizes maintenance and renovation of existing structures.