Brexit’s Effects Felt Throughout the UK

Sixteen months after the United Kingdom voted in favor of a referendum to exit the European Union, the ripples caused by that decision continue to be felt in ways that voters may not have expected. In the wake of the vote, officials began discussions with the European Union regarding […]

Weekly News Roundup for October 6, 2017

Here are some of the stories we’ve been following this week.

Two U.S. senators are expected to introduce a bill that would ban the use of eminent domain to acquire property for the purpose of constructing a wall along the border with Mexico.
IGas announced plans to begin hydraulic […]

Weekly News Roundup for August 25, 2017

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Residents in Gibbsboro, New Jersey filed a lawsuit claiming Sherwin-Williams contaminated nearby land, and the toxins caused a wide range of health issues for those living in the area.
A pipeline planned for Pennsylvania will move forward after […]

Weekly News Rounup for August 18, 2017

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Norway boasts a sovereign wealth fund of nearly $1 trillion. The country is now trying to decide how best to manage the fund, which up until now has relied on avoiding risks.
A town in Slovakia is once […]

Greenfield Advisors Adds Senior Analyst with Tax Assessment Background

SEATTLE, Washington and CARTERSVILLE, Georgia – Greenfield Advisors is expanding by adding another senior analyst to its award-winning team. Ruel Williamson brings his extensive knowledge of appraisals, property values, ad valorem taxation, and government policy to Greenfield Advisors, which has been a leader in the real estate valuation industry […]

Weekly News Roundup for February 10, 2017

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A bill to ban hydraulic fracturing operations in Maryland is expected to be introduced in the state legislature. The bill has more than 50 co-sponsors.

Researchers with the University of Alberta released a study linking stronger earthquakes in […]

Weekly News Roundup for January 27, 2017

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The Keystone XL Pipeline, which was blocked during the Obama Administration, could possibly move forward following directives signed by President Donald Trump to expedite both the Keystone and the Dakota Access Pipelines.

Homeowners viewed the value of their […]

New Project Displays Greenfield’s Economic Expertise

Greenfield Advisors is well-known in the areas of complex economic consulting and real estate valuation for a wide variety of clients across the country.  Recently, we were asked to do something we’ve never tackled before, and happily took it on.

The project involves two of the tallest buildings in Augusta, […]

Weekly News Roundup for January 20, 2017

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An oil spill off the coast of Turkey is nearly cleaned up, and a commission was set up to investigate why a tanker that was docked began leaking fuel.

It’s been nine years, and now the ecosystem affected […]

Weekly News Roundup for December 30, 2016

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Noise from oil and gas operations such as hydraulic fracturing may increase the risk of health issues, according to a new study.

Doctors at a new children’s hospital do not believe officials are doing enough to address concerns […]

Weekly News Roundup for December 2, 2016

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Environmentalists are worried that coal ash ponds located on the Mobile-Tensaw River Delta in Alabama could pollute the water supply for residents located downriver.

A plan to remediate a former North Carolina DuPont X-ray film plant is expected […]

Weekly News Roundup for November 11, 2016

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Coal is popular in Vietnam, but now the country is working on a solution to deal with the more than 15 million tons of coal ash produced every year.

A rails-to-trails program in New York remains on hold […]

Weekly News Roundup for October 28, 2016

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A former movie theater in the South Fayette Township in Pennsylvania that is for sale will be under contract for a while longer as the potential buyer decides on a course of action to make sure the property […]

Weekly News Roundup for October 21, 2016

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Senators John McCain (R-Arizona) and John Barrasso (R-Wyoming) wrote a letter to the U.S. attorney general and the EPA administrator voicing their displeasure about the lack of criminal charges filed in connection with last year’s Gold King Mine […]

Weekly News Roundup for August 12, 2016

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Students at a school in Chicago are being moved to a different location. The school is located on an Environmental Protection Agency Superfund site, and housing in the area was found to be built on land with high […]