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The mission of The Magee Group Corporation is to forge close mutually beneficial partnerships with local businesses, labor unions, government agencies, banking, community leaders, within the Boston Metropolitan area and to bridge those relationships with community leaders beyond the Boston surrounding areas to creating a cooperative economic and social empowerment vehicles to further development designated communities in Boston metro and its residents.  The Magee Group Corporation will facilitate opportunities for the uninformed and assist in navigating residence in the Boston metro communities, to include its small businesses to participate in and contribute to the economic growth of the region by promoting and developing businesses and industries to have a competitive edge in the Massachusetts and National economy by being presented with planned initiatives, hence perpetuating a more stable and global economy. SEE ATTACHMENT

What is Redevelopment?

Redevelopment is a tool created by state law to assist local governments in eliminating blight from a designated area, as well as to achieve the goals of development, reconstruction and rehabilitation of residential, commercial, industrial and retail districts.

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Affiliate Program

What is the Homeownership Voucher Program?

The Homeownership Voucher Program allows families with Section 8 vouchers to use their vouchers to help pay the mortgage on a home they buy. Local Public Housing Agencies decide if they want to take part in the homeownership program or not.

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What is the Homebuyer Tax Credit Loan Program?

The Homebuyer Tax Credit Loan Program has ended for most homebuyers.

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Hi my name is Bryant Fitzgerald Magee of The Magee Group, an It’s Affiliates. Previously serving as an Outreach Minister, Associate Pastor, Family of Pastors, it is an ordained mandate for The Magee Group to be on the Frontline of prevention, intervention and facilitating programs that promotes success and career placement for our young men and women. SEE ATTACHMENT

The Magee Group would like to thank the National Crime Prevention Council in partnership with the Bureau of Justice Assistance. Please see the three resource website for the NCPC’s.

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1. In Brief: Smart growth/smart energy outreach and education refers to the public education process necessary to adopt smart growth/smart energy techniques at the local level. Educational efforts should include, but not be limited to, outreach to a community's general population, to specific interest groups in a city or town, and to individual agents in local government. SEE ATTACHMENT


2. Introduction to the Traditional Neighborhood Development Model Bylaw Traditional Neighborhood Development (TND) bylaws set standards and procedures for large, complex projects. This model bylaw is similar to a typical planned development or planned unit development district (PUD). As a result, existing local zoning procedures and review criteria may be applicable and transferable to certain sections. As an example, the community may opt to draft the bylaw as an overlay or floating district or may have a pre-submission consultation session already established elsewhere in the bylaws. However, recognize that the TND bylaw should provide an alternative to conventional ordinances and planned unit developments because those conventional regulations usually do not include the design and performance standards that create high quality TND design SEE ATTACHMENT

3. The following bylaws were developed for the Transfer of Development Rights (TDR) and Agricultural Preservation modules of the Smart Growth Toolkit. Because this technique has been successfully applied toward preserving agricultural lands in other parts of the country, a TDR model bylaw was developed that is specifically designed for communities with large tracts of agricultural lands that may be developed in the future. SEE ATTACHMENT

4. This document has been developed by the Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD, or the Department) to assist communities in drafting zoning bylaws in accordance with M.G.L. chapter 40R, the Smart Growth Zoning Overlay District Act (Chapter 40R or the Act). The Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD, or the Department) has adopted regulations at 760 CMR 59.00 (the 40R Regulations) that expand upon the requirements of the Act for the submission of applications and the approval of Smart Growth Zoning Overlay Districts under the Act. For any capitalized terms not defined in this document, see the meaning given in the 40R Regulations. SEE ATTACHMENT

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