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Rest assured, though, that the East Riverside Corridor Regulating Plan secured final approval (despite incorrect reporting on this end that it had been postponed). The months-long perennial agenda item passed after a series of separate, complex and
Members of the Zoning Board of Appeals this evening unanimously denied an application to turn a vacant Rope Ferry Road nursing home into a sober living facility for 144 men. The denial of Stonington Institute's application came with a 5-0 vote, with
Saskatoon city council is contemplating a bylaw to govern strip clubs in the city in anticipation of changes to provincial rules. As part of sweeping changes to liquor laws, stripteases in venues that serve alcohol will now be allowed in Saskatchewan.
A final report summarizing commission objections will be prepared over the next several weeks. The report will then go to the City Council for automatic referral to the council's Development, Planning and Zoning Committee for further review. That
31 am Please enter the word you see in the image below: A developer is seeking city permission to install 145 apartments in a long-vacant downtown landmark without creating a single new parking space. The downtown landmark is the Union and New Haven
The vote marked the second defeat of a plan to put townhouses in the rurally zoned community of Route 10 in Parsippany . It was almost four years ago when developer Edward Mosberg initially proposed a 38-unit residential complex. Then after the ZBA
Vincent de Paul Place soup kitchen application to convert the former St. Joseph School into a soup kitchen and food pantry, sending the facility's controversial attempted move back into the court system. In a 4-1 vote, the ZBA said the Diocese of
R.I. (AP) A deal has been reached to end a dispute between a Providence church and the owners of a planned farm-supply store that wants to open shop across the street. The Providence Journal reports (http://bit.ly/MtnrP1 ) officials at Sts.
The latest plans for a grocery store and senior housing on land owned by the University of California will need some tweaks to satisfy the city's zoning guidelines, the Planning and Zoning Commission told developers May 8. The plans were considered
More than 100 north Escondido residents have signed petitions opposing plans to build an industrial recycling plant on 35 acres of vacant county land next to their mostly rural and upscale neighborhoods. The residents say the plant would lower nearby