In Major Projects, Agreeing Not to Disagree

In Major Projects, Agreeing Not to Disagree - New York Times

How different cities negotiate with developers for community benefits:

In New York and around the country, it has become standard practice for developers of major projects to negotiate with neighborhood and other groups to forge so-called community benefits agreements - contracts that almost always contain wage and hiring goals and may also include a grab bag of concessions, like a day care center, a new park, free tickets to sports events and cash outlays to be administered by the groups themselves.

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