Indianapolis Business Journal

JAN. 14-20, 2022

Indianapolis leaders want more affordable housing in Marion County for low- and mid-income residents, but low-cost options often sunset after a period of years. Leslie Bonilla Muñiz reports that city officials and a wide range of neighborhood organizations think they have found an approach that can keep some properties affordable indefinitely: community land trusts. Also in this week’s issue, Susan Orr reports on the progress of private equity firm Monument Microcap Partners toward its goal of buying small firms and helping them grow. And Dave Lindquist explains how long delays at vinyl-pressing plants are affecting Indiana-based recording artists and music stores who cater to fans of the resurgent format.

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Q&A with Ron Jordan, dishing out pizza and empowerment

Columbus, Ohio-based Jordan Hospitality Group recently acquired all 21 Indiana locations of Donatos Pizza, making it the pizzeria’s largest franchise partner in the country. Owner Ron Jordan says he plans to open as many as 10 more restaurants across the state over the next five years.

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Letter: Parents need support to help students

Many parents do not have the resources, background and understanding that allows them to both actively participate and continuously push their children to learn and to excel. Great schools and great teachers cannot do this alone.

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