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And as the number of vehicles displaying a disabled placard has soared with an aging population and loosened eligibility standards, cities are seeing the impact in more congested downtowns and the loss of millions of dollars in revenue. Now,
Chief Theater, 813 Lincoln Avenue, Steamboat Springs All ages / Free Steamboat Springs Business owners in downtown Steamboat Springs now have a better idea of how much it will cost to embark on all the revitalization projects they've been
While watching the people coming and going from the store, I noticed a man and a lady, estimated to be in their early 30s, exiting a car parked in a space behind me. The lady, moderately well dressed, walked to and entered the store. Her
The Via Moraga housing development, a proposed 18-unit housing project off Moraga Road near Rheem Boulevard, continues to inch forward in the planning process...The property, currently empty and covered in asphalt, is designated "Rheem Park Specific
While the second reading of the ordinance was scheduled for Sept. 3, the council put the vote on hold. Introduced on Aug. 20, the legislation would implement fees of $30 per month or $300 annually per parking space. The council decided to continue
A fire that started in two cars spread a to home and caused the evacuation of a nearby apartment building early Thursday, a Richmond fire battalion chief said. No one was injured in the 2:30 a.m. blaze on the 400 block of South Ninth Street.
When classes resume next week, village high school students with wheels are going to find it harder to secure parking. More than 20 spaces on Heermance Place, previously available to students, are now designated for faculty and staff between 6 a.m.
And so, in a strange interplay between the Web and government bureaucracy, the increasingly popular option to pay traffic and parking tickets online has in turn significantly cut down on the amount of paperwork stacked on the desks of many municipal
Pascack Valley Community Life The Sulak Recreational Area will see improvements next spring if Bergen County approves Park Ridge 's application for an Open Space Trust Fund grant. At the Aug. 20 council meeting, Brigette Bogart, the borough planner,
Shawn Enser, Deputy Michael Joo and Sheriff Scott Israel here is what happened: On Nov. 22, 2010, Means was working a late-afternoon shift as an assistant manager at a CVS on Wiles Road in Coral Springs when customers called his attention to a