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The vacant parcel of land at the corner of Hampton Road and Tamiami Trail is easy to pass by without noticing. It's so easy to overlook that when city planners in 2008 reclassified the property from residential to commercial, it was hardly mentioned
The citys Residential Energy Efficiency Program has hit a milestone, surpassing its goal of completing more than 100 home-energy upgrades this year. The projects were completed through the Greater Cincinnati Energy Alliances Home Performance with
After defeat in a dispute over the price of mobile home lots in Oxnard, a branch of one of Ventura County's most prominent land-owning families is suing its longtime law firm on allegations of malpractice the family claims cost it $9.8 million...
For years the borough has not had a municipal pool, but now residents will have the opportunity to swim at Fair Lawn 's Memorial Pool thanks to a shared services agreement the borough has entered into with that town. The sand-bottom circular pool is
Construction on a major development project to reshape a portion of Kennewick's riverfront is on hold after developers learned eviction notices they handed out to mobile home park residents affected by the project likely wouldn't hold up in court.
Residents upset about the school district's $2.2 million deficit heaped blame on administrators Wednesday night as officials set out to devise a strategy to balance the budget for the first time in two years. More than 50 people attended the first
Herald Staff Writer The Marina City Council will consider a fee for mobile home park residents Wednesday to cover city costs to enforce a rent control ordinance. The city has proposed a $3.50 monthly fee, which would raise about $10,000 a year the
N.J. (AP) Seaside Park residents can go home nearly two months after Superstorm Sandy disrupted their lives. Residents and homeowners with valid re-entry stickers will have 24-hour access starting at 7 a.m...Contractors are limited to properties that
When times got tough, Bree Hough and her family moved to the most affordable place they could find: a mobile home. She still lives in the Harmony Road Community mobile-home park and is proud that she raised her children there while working two jobs
The Republic azcentral.com Ernie Nickels recalls a serene Daley Park neighborhood before Arizona State University's enrollment exploded. But in recent years, it seemed to him like drivers were using some streets as speedways to cut through the