Emory law professor launches nonprofit to help revitalize vacant properties
For 20 years, Emory University School of Law Professor Frank Alexander has helped cities and states find ways to eliminate or revitalize vacant and abandoned properties. Now, Alexander is taking his efforts national with the launch of a new nonprofit organization devoted to land-use policy and vacant properties.
By Karen SloanMarch 18, 2010
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