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Developer Jonathan Rose Maps a Bold Future for New York City [Video]

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A new administration is heading for New York City, but developer Jonathan Rose believes a plan for the next four years is not enough.

“We need to have a collective vision,” Rose said in the latest episode of TRD’s Coffee Talk. That means planning for the New York of 2050, not 2024.

“Say we want to be the best school system in the world,” Rose explained in an interview with TRD’s Hiten Samtani. “It’s a fake idea to say we’re gonna be it in [four years], but we could really, really be it in 30 years, or maybe 20 years or maybe even 15.”

Rose’s vision unites a thesis for development with ideas about climate resilience, transportation, education, equity, public safety and more. He has been honing these thoughts for years: Long before his 2016 book The Well-Tempered City was published, Rose evangelized a kind of “holistic” development that many …

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Estate Planning for Your Unique family Situation [Video]

Hear from top elder law attorney Lynn St. Louis, founder of Elder Law Group PLLC, as she reviews estate planning for a unique family situation. Elder Law Group PLLC is here to help with Estate Planning, Wills, Asset Protection, Durable Power of Attorney Financial, Durable Power of Attorney Health Care, Health Care Directives, Medical Asset Preservation Strategies, Obtaining Medicaid Benefits, Long Term Care Planning and Probate & Trust Administration.

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Education Secretary nominee Miguel Cardona testifies before the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions committee during his confirmation hearing on Capitol Hill Washington, DC., February 3, 2021. Susan Walsh | Pool | Reuters The U.S. Department of Education announced Thursday it will cancel $5.8 billion in student debt for more []