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Monday, January 6, 2014

The YNDC is proud to announce the publishing of its fourth quarterly performance report of 2013!

"We have lived in the city on same street and same house for the past 47 years, enjoying being close to the university, museums, cultural activities and other amenities that an urban area offers.

We have also observed the changes. Most of the changes occurred with the transfer of housing to out-of-town buyers. Absentee owners may have had good initial intentions, but over time as the property remained vacant, vandals stripped the homes leaving an unsightly mess for the community.

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Friday, January 3, 2020

YNDC and the City of Youngstown are analyzing housing conditions to develop a housing strategy to improve housing quality for all residents.

Friday, January 31, 2020

1810 Volney Road was donated to YNDC in late 2019. The historic home at 1810 Volney was built by Emery McKelvey in 1927 and was later used for decades as a Carmelite monastery and worship center led by Father Richard Madden, an organizer and spiritual leader who fought to keep the monastery open for the people of Youngstown during a time of great social and economic hardship following the collapse of the local steel industry.

 

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The Mahoning County Land Reutilization Corp., commonly known as the Mahoning County Land Bank, is shifting its efforts from demolition work to revitalization projects through residential rehabilitation, greening strategies and more.

If there’s one word that sums up the immense changes in banking over the last decade – and most likely those coming in the new decade – it is likely “technology.”

 

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