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inner city

Technically refers to the densely populated area just outside the central business district,but usually connotes a blighted area near the city center.

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In the last 17 years, over 800 unique companies have earned positions on the Inner City 100 list.
So the JDA, the Johannesburg Roads Agency and the City s departments of transport, and development planning and urban management have agreed that the inner city needs a traffic and transport plan to manage non-motorised transport movement in conjunction with public and private transport movement.
Her experience in successfully running the Inner City Law Center gives her a good grasp and close familiarity with the kinds of issues she'll be dealing with in this new position.
In addition to Inner City Opinion, they include Community Reinvestment Reporter, The Bronx Reporter, Environmental Justice Reporter, Federal Reserve Beat, and Insurance Redlining Reporter.
These companies employ inner-city residents who held nearly 35 percent of all Inner City 100 jobs.
In this manner, non-conventional subcultures further isolate the inner city from conventional society beyond the effects of discrimination and other structural disadvantages, which in turn contributes to the spread and persistence of severely-distressed conditions.
Community partners represented housing organizations, Aboriginal service organizations, education and inner city school divisions, the City of Winnipeg, the Province, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, the Winnipeg Police Department, Food Banks, community economic development agencies, residents' associations, and Biz districts, to name a few.
Offering two-and a-half weeks of intensive training, the camp stipulates that every staff member gets an "urban plunge" experience where the staff member spends a week in the inner city, including one night living with a host family in an inner-city neighborhood.
The Inner City 100,no win its third year, is an ann ual index of the fastest growing firms in the UK's poorest inner cities.
Salome Thomas-El, author of I Choose to Stay: A Black Teacher Refuses to Desert the Inner City (Kensington Publishing Corp.
Detroit lost a discouraging fifth of its inner city jobs in just six years.
I Choose to Stay: A Black Teacher Refuses to Desert the Inner City by Salome Thomas-EL with Cecil Murphy Kensington Pub Corp.