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Browsing by Subject "Nashua (NH)"

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  • Shankle Jr., Dean E. (Southern New Hampshire University, 2004)
    The existence of a balanced supply of housing is vital to the economic and social health of a community. This includes the need for adequate and affordable housing for the local workforce and low- and moderate-income people ...
  • Dhliwayo, Lovemore Liberty (Southern New Hampshire University, 2010)
    This dissertation study examines whether owner-occupation (OO), in depressed housing markets, has significant impact on foreclosure rates of residential multi-family properties in Manchester and Nashua, New Hampshire. The ...
  • Varela, Sara (Southern New Hampshire University, 2003)
    Demographic changes in the nature of the Hispanic population in Southern New Hampshire (US) have necessitated the need for microenterprise education targeting this emerging population. This project chronicles the implementation ...
  • Shankle, Jeremy (Southern New Hampshire University, 2005)
    The Gate City Community Development Corporation (GCCDC) project involves the development of a faith-based community development corporation by the same name serving the Nashua, NH region. GCCDC operates from buildings owned ...
  • Walcott, Derrick (Southern New Hampshire University, 2003)
    This project attempted to reposition an existent community-based organization, the In'R City Task Force of Nashua NH, working on the inner city neighborhoods' quality of life problems, in order to increase its effectiveness. ...
  • Yeomans, Michael A. (Southern New Hampshire University, 1996)
    As stated in the thesis project, "Increasing demands on decreasing financial resources, both public and private, are causing non-profit agencies to seriously examine their opportunities and threats in the accomplishment ...