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A Highland Park resident's front lawn ice hockey rink has pitted neighbor versus neighbor in a zoning dispute that highlights a debate over how strictly the city enforces its land ordinances, and whether its enforcement philosophy encourages property...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIn 2009, the Jefferson County Commission approved a Shepherdstown Town Council request for $38,000 toward a $76,000 match needed to apply for a grant to build a half-mile biking/hiking path to Morgan’s Grove Park. The grant was denied, but...
The Hartford CourantThe state will spend $29 million on building or renovating affordable and market-rate apartments around Connecticut, the governor's office announced Monday. The plan includes Park Terrace Mutual Housing in Hartford, which operates six 98-year-old...
The head of the county's bus service and the director of transportation planning for the region were summoned to the office of state Sen. Alan Hays on Sept. 11. The Umatilla Republican was not happy. The pair said he was blustering and visibly angry...
Rather than raising money for his own campaign for city treasurer, Councilman Rafi Manoukian plans to set up a fundraising committee to battle a ballot measure that could prevent him from taking the job. While Manoukian is running unopposed for...
Complaints are rising in a crescendo over a recommendation by a government advisory panel that Florida implement a transportation tax based on the miles a person drives. A rate of 2 cents a mile has been prescribed. For many, the idea represents another...
A meeting of the South Hagerstown High School boosters will be held at 7 p.m. Monday in the media center at South Hagers-town High School. There will be many topics to discuss. Everyone is invited. Diabetes support group to meet April 17 The diabetes...
Women’s retreat planned at church Lexington Avenue Baptist Church will have a women’s retreat on April 12 and 13 led by Katie Lay Anderson and Brittany Stillwell-Krebs, titled “Stepping Out With God,” at the church, 339 W....
Blog Sponsored by Taylor & Carls, P.A. In the case of Tiara Condominium Association, Inc. v. Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc.¹[i], the Florida Supreme Court, citing its concern with the overexpansion of the economic loss rule, held that the economic...
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Rocky Hill Issues Cease And Desist Order Seeking To Block Opening Of Nursing Home For Inmates, Mental PatientsThe Hartford CourantA cease-and-desist order has been issued by the town against the owner of 60 West St. for intending to open a "prison/penitentiary" in violation of local zoning. The order, issued by Assistant Zoning Officer Kim Ricci last week, represents the latest,...
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L.A. NOWLos Angeles mayoral hopeful Kevin James has been depicting City Hall as one of America’s great hot houses of corruption. The former radio talk show host memorialized that claim this week with an Internet-only ad that declares: “Corruption is...
PETOSKEY — Petoskey Zoning Board of Appeals members decided Tuesday against a variance that would allow construction of a church in a residential area in the southeast part of the city. Genesis Church sought the variance to construct a building...
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