Improving Data and Information Systems to Tackle Vacant and Abandoned Property in Lafayette, LA - (2014)
Authors: Payton Heins, Kim Graziani, and Bill Ballard for the Center for Community Progress
The aims of this TASP project were (1) to begin integrating existing data systems that will build the foundation for a unified Geographic Information System (“GIS”) - based property and neighborhood database, and (2) to begin the development of applications that can improve information sharing between LCG departments and with the public to help inform policy decisions and strategies related to problem properties.
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