Smart Growth Keeps The Tribe Together

As incomes rise and public housing needs fall, the Winnebago tribe of Nebraska is planning a pedestrian-friendly village to keep members of the community on the reservation.
October 1, 2004, 6am PDT | Abhijeet Chavan
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"Ho-Chunk Village, just north of town, is a mostly blank slate on which the tribe maps its destiny. A grid of chalk-colored streets is forming on a 38-acre slope of oat grass. Besides an office building and a new Dollar General store near the main road, there are 4 houses at the property's back edge, the first of 110 planned."

Thanks to Amy C. Verel

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Published on Thursday, September 30, 2004 in The New York Times

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