ACLT

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AcronymDefinition
ACLTAnterior Cruciate Ligament Transection (surgical procedure)
ACLTAfrican Caribbean Leukaemia Trust (blood and bone marrow donation; UK)
ACLTAnchorage Community Land Trust (est. 2003; Anchorage, AK)
ACLTAmerican Chestnut Land Trust
ACLTAccelerated Cable Life Test
ACLTAéro-Club de la Tranche-sur-Mer (French air club)
ACLTAdvanced Community Law Training
ACLTActual Calculated Landing Time
ACLTAlbany Community Land Trust (Albany, NY)
ACLTAssociation Canadienne de Loisir Therapeutique (French: Canadian Therapeutic Recreation Association)
ACLTAshland Community Land Trust (est. 1998; Ashland, OR)
ACLTAssociated Contract Loggers and Truckers (of Minnesota)
ACLTAcquisition Lead Time
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Anchorage Community Land Trust received a $75,000 grant from KeyBank, which will be used for the expansion of its Set Up Shop program.
Kirk Rose, executive director of the Anchorage Community Land Trust, has worked closely with Gore since 2011 on the revitalization effort there.
"That's the busiest McDonald's in Anchorage," said Jewel Jones, executive director of the Anchorage Community Land Trust, also known as the ACLT.
The move continues community revitalization efforts by Cook Inlet Housing Authority and Anchorage Community Land Trust. Cook Inlet Housing Authority's Park Place Village features retail space on the first floor and residential housing on the second and third floors.
"That's when the transiency and lack of connectivity to neighbors took place," said Jewel Jones, executive director of the Anchorage Community Land Trust.
Jewel Jones, CEO of the Anchorage Community Land Trust (ACLT), responsible for acquiring land, neighborhood revitalization and economic development for the Mountain View neighborhood in Anchorage, hired A::B to help advance the Mountain View Neighborhood Plan of ongoing revitalization efforts that include community outreach, creating a Web site and developing a neighborhood plan based on priorities identified in community meetings and forums.
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