urban enterprise zone

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urban enterprise zone:

see enterprise zoneenterprise zone,
designated geographical district in which resident businesses are legally entitled to receive special benefits from a government, established in economically depressed areas to encourage companies to locate there.
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Located 2.5 miles south of IKEA in the Urban Enterprise Zone, the site is just three-quarters of a mile from Exit 13 of the New Jersey Turnpike, Routes 1&9, and is within close proximity to Newark Airport and the Port Marine Terminal.
The Small Business Lease Assistance Program is available in 13 cities: The five designated Garden State Growth Zones of Atlantic City, Camden, Trenton, Passaic and Paterson; and eight Urban Enterprise Zones, including Bridgeton, Jersey City, Millville, Mount Holly, Phillipsburg, Plainfield, Salem and Vineland.
"We see that 100% Capital Allowances are being introduced in the largely urban enterprise zones championed by the Chancellor - it is a serious omission that rural areas are being denied similar fiscal incentives.
The department found 17 of the 40 companies involved in the mandatory program to write policies in the Urban Enterprise Zones are short of the state imposed goal, while 23 others already have met the requirement.
"Urban Enterprise Zones: An Analysis of Employment Impacts and Fiscal Incentives." Journal of the American Planning Association, 1988, 418-427.
Urban Enterprise Zones: Employment Impacts and Fiscal Incentives.
1983 Urban Enterprise Zones: A Selected Review of the Literature with Annotations.
(32.) Marilyn Marks Rubin, "Urban Enterprise Zones in New Jersey: Have They Made a Difference?" Enterprise Zones: New Directions in Economic Development, ed.
We should develop public-sector employment programs and local economic development schemes--not misguided, private-sector "urban enterprise zones" All of this would take place in the larger context of replacing our permanent war economy with a permanent peace economy.
"Urban Enterprise Zones in New Jersey: Have They Made a Difference.?" In Enterprise Zones: New Directions in Economic Development, ed.
Right now, welfare reformers focus on carrots and sticks for single mothers; black political leaders plump for public works projects; New Democrats and New Paradigm conservatives press for urban enterprise zones or tenant ownership of public housing.
* Establish urban enterprise zones. An enterprise zone plan was approved in the waning hours of the 102nd Congress, more than 13 years after my colleague Stuart Butler introduced the proposal to U.S.

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