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For the second year in a row, Florida's condominium associations dodged a financial bullet when legislators opted to favor voters rather than the powerful banking lobby. It was an important victory for the state's struggling community associations,...
email@example.comWashington County has been awarded a $715,000 state grant for housing counseling, foreclosure prevention and other housing programs, a county official told the Board of Commissioners on Tuesday. Jim Hovis, director of the county’s Office of...
We at the Publicly Assisted Housing Resident Network and the Connecticut Housing Coalition thank state Sen. Toni Harp and Rep. Toni Walker for their work in restoring payment in lieu of taxes and tax abatement grant funding for public housing to the...
STURGIS, S.D. - Four people are running for the three available seats in the Meade School Board election on June 4. Vying for the three three-year terms are Bryce Richter, Sturgis, Ezra Hays and Curtis Nupen, both of Piedmont, and Robert Burns, the...
When the Illinois Condominium Property Act was written decades ago, computers barely existed. Today they are almost essential for conducting business and personal matters. Community associations have found myriad uses for electronic communication but also...
HAMPTON — The derelict buildings, playing children and crime associated with the property's seedy visitors are long gone from the former Harbor Square site downtown. But as the city plans to redevelop the 17.7-acre tract — and contractors...
The Winnetka Zoning Board of Appeals Monday night voted in favor of allowing New Trier High School to erect a 50-foot high black "netting system" around a baseball backstop despite the concerns of some Winnetka residents who fear the system could be an...
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Irvine Councilwoman Christina Shea's proposal to investigate and improve the housing situation for developmentally disabled residents drew applause — and unanimous approval — at Tuesday's meeting. This "vulnerable group" does not receive...
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The former head of the Maywood Housing Authority pleaded guilty to theft and official misconduct today and was sentenced to six years in prison, according to the Illinois Attorney General's office. In a press release, Attorney General Lisa Madigan...
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New BritainIn conjunction with National NeighborWorks Week, Neighborhood Housing Services of New Britain, Inc. will present a community housing fair titled "A Place Called Home." The fair will be held on Saturday, June 8,, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Louis P. Slade...
PETOSKEY -- Petoskey City Council members will hear findings from the city's annual financial audit when they meet Monday, May 20. The regular council meeting begins at 7 p.m. Monday at city hall, 101 E. Lake. Traverse City accounting firm Dennis,...
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Baltimore's housing office has disbanded its security unit, laying off seven sworn police officers, the agency said Thursday. The duties of the Lease Enforcement Unit — which investigates criminal activity in public housing to determine if a...
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