Micron in Central New York: What’s at Stake for Property Values, Taxes and Public Finance?
Micron Technology’s development of a computer chip plant in Central New York is expected to lead to rapid population growth in the region. In an area that is already facing housing shortages and inadequate public services, this growth will have implications for existing and new residents, alike.
Join our multidisciplinary group of Maxwell School faculty experts who will discuss the potential implications of the Micron development for housing growth, property values and taxes, and demand for local public services in Central New York.
Faculty participants will include Shannon Monnat (moderator), Alexander Rothenberg, Yilin Hou and Stuart Rosenthal.
Social Science and Public Policy
MAX-Center for Policy Research
Communication Access Real-time Translation (CART)
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