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Dayspring owns the property of the Natural Healing Center in SLO | Cannabis Corner | San Luis Obispo

Former Natural Healing Center (NHC) owner Helios Dayspring faces jail time for corruption and tax evasion, but the discredited cannabis businessman could still collect rent checks. Dayspring owns the property on Broad Street that was to house the company’s newest dispensary in San Luis Obispo, before the city revoked the …

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City Council Limits Rental Housing Wait List, Holds Public Budget Hearing – Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Estes Park City Council met on Tuesday evening (October 26) for its last meeting of the month and a range of topics, from the 2022 budget to the vacation home waiting list, were discussed. Pro-mayor Patrick Martchink was not present. The meeting was called just hours after the city released …

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Colorado’s COVID rent aid may have paid up to $ 4.4 million in error

A popular COVID-19 rental assistance program mistakenly paid at least $ 625,000 and possibly up to $ 4.4 million, the Colorado Office of State Auditor said in a report released Monday. The state’s Housing Division used the Landlord Preservation Program to make rent payments to landlords whose tenants lost their …

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Accommodation in the Highlands: what it’s like trying to find a house in a tourist spot

BUSINESSES in the Highlands are concerned about the pressure that a lack of housing places on their ability to recruit and retain staff. The problem has become so serious that a Lochaber business group launched a Housing Needs Survey that asks employers of all sizes what issues they face so …

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The Horrors of Capitalism in SQUID GAME and Beyond

We now live in a Squid game world, where almost everyone you know has seen the South Korean drama about debtors agreeing to play deadly children’s games for a chance to make money. Horror has never shied away from questions of class and privilege. He often uses alternate worlds where …

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With extensive tenant support available, end moratoriums on evictions

Moratoriums on evictions were useful tools to ensure tenants stay housed amid the uncertainty of pandemic job losses. While these important emergency measures have provided housing for those facing job losses, they have also caused homeowners their own difficulties with their own bills to pay. But now that the economy …

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Railways and staffing are surprise duds with supply chain and workforce issues

Getty Images Getty Images Key points to remember: Consumer goods emerge as a common theme in profit success China continues to show economic weakness Homebuilders remain positive despite consumer pessimism Investors have another set of earnings to consider Tuesday. A slew of companies are expected to report earnings this week, …

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Apartment professionals are the most worried about these problems

Human resources, staffing and recruiting are the number one concern of apartment management professionals, according to a recent survey by the National Apartment Association and the ndp | analytics, with 74% of respondents selecting it as one of their top three challenges. Operational efficiency and revenue maximization were the second …

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South Carolina Churches and Faith Groups Build Affordable Homes

Betty Todd poses for a portrait outside her home on Friday October 8, 2021 in Greer SC (Josh Morgan / The Greenville News via AP) Josh Morgan PA GREENVILLE, South Carolina For years, Betty Todd has been forced to pay increasing rents for homes laden with problems with repairs and …

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Large logistics company is ‘effectively depleted’ of warehouse space as supply chain problems increase

Prologis said its warehouses were 97% full in its third quarter 2021 as the global supply chain remains strained. Pavlo Gonchar / Getty Images Prologis, a large global logistics company, said it was “effectively exhausted” of warehouse space. In its quarterly results on Friday, Prologis said soaring demand had led …

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Attleborough lost money in lease mess

The chaos plaguing a Norfolk city council has come to light after it emerged that some groups have not paid rent for years and councilors have granted leases without proper oversight. Attleborough City Council (ATC), which until recently was embroiled in a long-standing dispute among its members, has reviewed nine …

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Govt. publishes an instruction on the alternative method of transferring space by an existing unit under the SEZ

Through Mariya Paliwala – October 12, 2021 10:18 a.m. The government issued the instruction on an alternative method for the transfer of space by an existing unit under Rule 74 of the SEZ. In accordance with existing arrangements, an SEZ unit may exit a SEZ under the provisions of rule …

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Students organize housing justice rally in front of Geisel library

United Automobile Workers (UAW) 2865, Student Researchers Union, UC San Diego Resident Coalition and The Faculty Association held a Housing Justice Rally on Friday, October 1, with the aim of building momentum and d ” increase the visibility of the movement to fight the UCSD housing crisis. About 60 students …

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TikTok shows women evicting roommate after she fails to pay rent

In a now-viral TikTok, two women pack up an unnamed woman’s belongings in their shared apartment, claiming they kick her out because she “hasn’t paid rent for 3 months.” In the video posted by @ ludwid6, we see two women changing locks, putting things in trash bags and booking movers. …

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Is Now a Good Time to Sell Your Home? A seller’s guide

The scorching housing market is creating stress for homeowners as to whether now is the time to sell a home. Home prices hit a new high this summer. The housing stock remains low, as potential buyers engage in bidding wars. Those looking to capitalize on the binge should be careful …

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Chicago Hispanic Newspaper, Lawndale News, Hispanic Bilingual Newspapers, Bilingual Su Noticiero »Preckwinkle Announces Additional Round of Emergency Rental and Utility Aid

President Preckwinkle, County Council Commissioners Donna Miller, Brandon Johnson and Frank J. Aguilar, the Cook County Bureau of Economic Development and the Housing Authority of Cook County (HACC) announced another round of emergency aid to rental (ERA 2) to support residents of suburban Cook County who are at risk of …

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FAR Council Questions Guarantee of Adequate COVID-19 Security Protocols for Federal Contracts Clause | Burr & Forman

On September 27, 2021 Burr & Forman posted COVID-19 Vaccine Guidelines for Federal Contractors, noting that the Federal Acquisition Regulations Council was to develop a mandatory Federal Acquisition Regulation (“FAR”) clause for new contracts and solicitations exceeding the simplified acquisition threshold (currently $ 250,000.00). The FAR Council published the new …

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PAEDC pushes for new board, project moves – Port Arthur News

The journey towards finding a permanent legal advisor for the Port Arthur Economic Development Corporation continues with the appointment of a committee to review responses to a request for qualification. Three board members volunteered this week to be part of the committee: Darrell Anderson, Jerry LaBove and Christopher Smith. The …

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How local journalists exposed pandemic-related evictions – The Bureau of Investigative Journalism (en-GB)

From the start of our #ClosedDoors project, we knew we were working against the clock. Housing experts and activists had warned that despite government assurances, ending the eviction ban combined with the devastating impact of Covid could lead to a wave of homelessness. We wanted to document the scale of …

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Project Tenderloin shows serious loopholes in SF planning rules

The Board of Supes postponed until Tuesday / 5 a vote on the bizarre project at 450 O’Farrell, but the issues that were raised during the first board hearing on the deal go way beyond this. development. The background: A local Christian Science church in Tenderloin and Forge Development wants …

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Akron’s latest apartment project, Goodrich, to open by year-end

Akron’s 139-unit residential development at Canal Place – one of the largest to date – is slated to open at the end of the year under a new name, and its developer is already considering other projects in the center -city. Mentor developer Lance Osborne, chairman of Osborne Capital Group, …

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How SF tenants can cope with the wave of evictions and stay housed

The San Francisco tenant’s legal defense officer wants the landlord to hear a loud and clear message. Thursday marks the end of a statewide suspension of evictions of rent-unpaid peasants due to COVID-19 hardship, and on Friday the landlord fired tenants who didn’t pay more than ‘a quarter of the …

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Green Valley AZ Rental Property Management – Launch of rental collection / maintenance

While rental properties are a great long-term investment, landlords must spend a lot of time maintaining and renting out the property. A real estate agency (520-940-0614) updated their property management service, so owners can stop worrying about their rentals. Sahuarita, United States – October 1, 2021 / / – Southwestern …

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The debate of CD 20 highlights a broad agreement on the questions, a contrasting experience

With little division between them on issues such as affordable housing, gun control and the extension of Medicaid to more people, Wednesday’s debate between candidates to represent Congressional District 20 became an experience competition on each subject. Trinidad Health Care Services CEO Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick, Rep. Bobby dubose and Omari hardy, …

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Driver confusion is not the problem with the Lafayette Bridge in St. Paul – Twin Cities

Driver confusion isn’t the problem Thank you for Sunday’s article on the Lafayette Bridge mess. I’ve driven this road for years, and it’s not the confusion of the drivers, it’s the confusion of those who designed and built it. People know which path they want well in advance, it’s the …

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My ex-wife gave me our children voluntarily -Comédien Nedu

Posted September 29, 2021 It’s a lie, I was forced -Uzoamaka Ohiri Comedian Chinedu Ani, better known as Nedu, said his ex-wife, Uzoamaka Ohiri, voluntarily handed over their two daughters to him at the state Criminal Investigation Department, Panti, on Tuesday. She however said The punch that she did it …

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1920s bungalow court with 8 tiny houses in Pasadena seeks $ 3.5 million – Pasadena Star News

Cypress Court consists of eight units with gabled roofs and porches. (Photo by Michael Wilkerson) Two central walkways connect the bungalows. (Photo by Michael Wilkerson) A redesigned driveway, improved parking and the creation of a community neighborhood, among other things, could lead to higher rents. (Photo by Michael Wilkerson) An …

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Elderly residents facing pests and threats of eviction at affordable housing complex in Ewa

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – Elderly, low-income tenants in an urban housing project in Ewa Beach have said they face unfair charges and threats of eviction from apartment managers. Residents of West Loch Elderly Village also said that when they reported pest infestations in their apartments, they were told to deal with …

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Rent-a-ship: Costco rents ships for urgent deliveries

Add Costco Wholesale Corp. to the list of desperate retailers renting entire ships to bypass clogged shipping networks and avoid stockouts of popular items as the Christmas shopping season approaches. The Issaquah, Wash., Based company chartered three small ocean-going vessels for a year and leased several thousand containers to transport …

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L’Argonaut – UI students and professors speak out on the challenges of the next local elections

On November 2, Moscow will vote for a new mayor and vote for three of the six city council positions. But what do University of Idaho students care about this upcoming election? And what do politicians think? Aquifer The Grande Ronde aquifer is part of the Palouse groundwater basin and …

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The mystery of the supply chain | The New Yorker

A good way to get people talking, in this era of a lingering pandemic, is to ask them if they have tried renting a car lately. Even if they didn’t, they probably heard the stories, possibly on largely empty grounds at the Atlanta airport, where patrons were forced to participate …

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Elderly neighbors in a Bethel community are asking for a change; frustration with investment firms and property management

EUGENE, Ore. – Elderly residents of the Lakewood Park community in northwest Eugene are calling for change. They say their neighborhood has changed dramatically since investment firms and new property managers got involved. About 180 prefabricated houses make up the community. Residents over 55 have lived in the neighborhood for …

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Was Rosario Dawson really singing?

When it comes to musicals on the big screen, it’s not uncommon for actors to step aside from performing the music. Unsurprisingly, many can’t hack it when it comes to the vocal power needed to make a musical feature film. However, there are a few notable exceptions to this rule, …

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Catholic Charities hopes to house hundreds of Afghan refugees in Charlotte

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) – Not something you’d think of putting together: the end of the war in Afghanistan and Charlotte’s affordable housing crisis. But – the two are linked together. Currently, Catholic Charities is preparing for the arrival of 200 Afghan evacuees in Charlotte. The problem is, they scramble to …

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Smart home technology takes off at the right place at the right time in the wake of the pandemic

Covid has been a catalyst in driving the need for new efficiencies both at home and in the workplace, and while much has been done in digital office design, the technological streamlining of the residential experience becomes a major boon for owners and managers of facilities. SmartRent, a proptech company …

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Taoiseach Micheál Martin defends call to link rent to inflation

TAOISEACH Micheál Martin defended the government’s policy of tying rent increases to the consumer price index as a “positive measure” despite soaring inflation. Martin said a recent change in the law that now allows landlords to increase rents in rental pressure zones (RPZ) only based on the cost of inflation …

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Economist offers details as state sets maximum rent increase in 2022 at 9.9% under SB 608

(Update: added video, comments from economists) SALEM, Ore. (KTVZ) – The Oregon Department of Administrative Services announced Monday that it has released the maximum annual rent increase allowed by law for the 2022 calendar year. The DAS Office of Economic Analysis has calculated the maximum percentage at 9.9%. Following the …

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Governor Mills Joins HUD Secretary Fudge to Launch National Partnership Against Homelessness

In his remarks, Governor Mills affirms Maine’s commitment to creating safe, stable and affordable housing for the people of Maine to live in dignity and comfort. Governor Janet Mills today joined U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Marcia L. Fudge to launch America House, a new national partnership to fight …

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Roofstock turns rentals into remote investments

The real estate asset class is viewed by many investors as a more stable alternative to volatile stock markets. Until recently, however, investors who wanted to buy a single-family home for rent had limited options as they could usually only consider properties within a reasonable driving distance that they could …

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Frisco City Council discusses ways to address workforce housing issues

The lookout at the Frisco Historic Park & ​​Museum is pictured in the summer of 2017. City council recently discussed how the lands and properties surrounding the park could be used.Todd Powell / Courtesy photo Most, if not all, of Summit County is working on solutions to find enough affordable …

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Taekwondo master fears COVID knockout | The Riverdale press

By JOSEPH DE LA CRUZ Raj Rajput is used to dealing with difficult situations. But the taekwondo master faces a new challenge, and it’s not exactly on his own initiative. The owner of Warriors Taekwondo at 5904 Riverdale Ave., Rajput – like many others – was forced to shut down …

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Leading developer plans around 300 new rental townhomes in Charlotte

Photo: David Jennings / Digital First Media / Boulder Daily Camera via Getty Images Crescent Communities, one of Charlotte’s best-known developers, and investment firm Pretium are spending $ 1 billion to build more than 3,000 rental homes in 14 Sunbelt markets, including Charlotte. Details: The properties will include three and …

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Looking for local rental solutions

By ZOE HAGGARD – [email protected] As the Shelbyville-Bedford County area seeks to add more middle-income rentals to meet resident growth, local leaders are also looking to ensure tenants and landlords are properly represented while residents can find safe and affordable housing. Zoning violations For Misty Kasinger, a tenant in northwest …

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How the government is tackling housing issues

As part of an initiative to create more affordable housing and an increased housing inventory, President Joe Biden recently announced that his administration wanted to make single-family homes less available to investors. According to a recent study, this could reverse a trend seen recently in the Orlando area. In a …

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University students invited to read rental accommodation contracts

Dorset students heading to university this month are urged to check their rental accommodation is safe and that they know what they are committing to, as new survey finds up to one in three do not read their property contract. These simple measures could help prevent students from being among …

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Guest Columnist John Varner: Amherst, Affordability and “Slumification”

In Amherst, neighborhoods undergo a process of gentrification in reverse (slumification). Homes in middle class neighborhoods are bought as investments by high net worth individuals, LLCs, or developers, instead of becoming “starter homes” for young couples. These are then rented out to groups of students, and are often allowed to …

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Commercial lease disputes during the current pandemic: the second wave

With COVID-related litigation ongoing across the country, an in-depth analysis of the language of commercial leases is now more important than ever, as many questions remain unanswered. Much of the first wave of commercial lease litigation revolved around whether commercial tenants were required to pay rent when forced to close …

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After taking the oath, Hochul assigns new Lieutenant Governor Benjamin to work on immunization, housing

Brian Benjamin was sworn in Thursday morning to become lieutenant governor of New York, and he already has a lot to do. The former Harlem state senator will work on COVID-19 vaccine awareness, rent relief and the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) for the Hochul administration. The latter issue …

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Insurance giant GIO sues Horsham couple for nearly $ 78,000 over rental property fire

Lauren Arnett was cooking dinner on a Sunday night last year in the kitchen of the rental property she shared with her partner. Key points: GIO sues couple for nearly $ 80,000 over what the couple say was an accidental fire in their rental Consumer protection groups say it’s part …

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COVID-19: Salvation Army calls for rent freeze, government assistance as demand for food and housing support skyrocket

The briefing illustrates the plight of Kiwis struggling with the stress of foreclosure, including those living in overcrowded or substandard housing in the private rental market, casual entrepreneurs currently unable to work, and single-parent families. There is also a cohort with health or mobility issues who struggle to access the …

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Homeless sweeps or sanitation activities? Lawyers say there is no difference

During the election campaign, Honolulu Mayor Rick Blangiardi vowed to end the sweeps of the homeless, saying the tactic known as “compassionate disruption” has failed to tackle the causes root of the problem. The sweeps – which were carried out by the Honolulu Police Department and the city’s clean-up crews …

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Lack of logistics affecting the work of Rent Control – Public Affairs Manager

Head of Public Affairs at the Rent Control Department, Emmanuel Hovey Kporsu said the Department is unable to fulfill its mandate due to the lack of logistics needed to operate. He explained that the Department’s mandate to inspect homes and validate them for rental was not fulfilled due to the …

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A tenant-owner deadlock | Local News

Joseph Vercruysse has lived in an apartment off Pine and High Streets since 2017. His first year there went well, he said, but then he got a new neighbor in the building and things. have started to degrade. “They had asked to use our hallway to put up a sofa. …

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ON THE MONEY: When it might be a good idea to co-sign for your young adult | Business

If you are the parent of a young adult, you may be asked to co-sign a car loan or apartment lease. Before you agree, know what’s at stake – you could be putting your own financial security at risk. WHAT COSIGNING REALLY MEANS When you co-sign, you become fully responsible …

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NYCHA Seeks $ 124 Million In COVID Rent Relief

More than 5,000 NYCHA tenants have so far applied for rent assistance through New York’s COVID relief fund, prompting state officials and the public housing agency to begin work on a process streamlined bid to cover tens of millions of dollars in pandemic terms. arrears. Adi Talwar A New York …

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Shame Led Virginia on the Path to Stronger Tenant Protection | At national scale

Virginia Beach, Virginia (AP) – They did not have to appear before a judge when the four people facing deportations arrived at Virginia Beach court in early August. Instead, a lawyer representing the landlord told them their housing issues had been resolved: every tenant had caught up on their rent …

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Hawaii vacation rentals mean income and upset neighbors

Despite the spread of the delta variant, tourists flock to Hawaii for vacations. Many are booking vacation rental properties, which continue to far outperform hotels in terms of occupancy rates. Hawaii Tourism Authority Says Vacation Rentals Have Higher Occupancy Than Hotels Since October, And The Trend Continues “I’m full until …

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Despite bans, deportations in New Mexico continued during pandemic – High Country News – Know the West

Property owners and managers have filed over 11,000 eviction notices since April 2020. Jessica Columbie looks out of her bedroom window at an extended stay hotel in Albuquerque. “It’s hard,” she said. “We don’t have a family here. We don’t socialize a lot. It’s hard to get stuck in this …

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Majority of Wyoming falls under CDC expulsion moratorium extension – Sheridan Media

The majority of counties in Wyoming are currently under the recent extension of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) moratorium on evictions for communities with substantial or high community transmission of COVID-19. The CDC’s temporary order is in effect from August 3 to October 3, 2021. Affected Wyoming counties listed …

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How about renting my pool for an hour or two?

“I spoke to the neighbors, and the few things they complained about were loud music, people double parked and people walking on lawns and flowers,” she said. Now she reminds customers to park legally and avoid flower beds. It has also invested in quieter outdoor speakers and ends all events …

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COLUMN ANDERSON: Homelessness and poverty | Opinion

As our community grows, we experience excitement, anticipation, a bit of fear, and growing pains. Our neighborhoods are different. We definitely have a different quality of life as the community has grown, and it’s nice to see. I’ve lived downtown for twenty years, and the difference is phenomenal. In this …

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Town of Vernon seeks legal action against short-term “party house” rental | iINFOnews

Vernon Town Hall (CHARLOTTE HELSTON / iINFOnews.ca) July 23, 2021 – 12:34 PM The town of Vernon is trying to shut down a short-term rental “party house” by pursuing legal action. The city is seeking a statutory injunction to address the lingering problems of neighboring residents since 2019, according to …

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New York releases rent assistance, lawmakers say it’s not enough

ALBANY, New York – New York State sent just $ 117,000 in rent assistance funds for the coronavirus pandemic to help bail out struggling landlords and tenants on Thursday, and lawmakers say that that’s far too little as the moratorium on state evictions approaches. The Legislature plans to hold a …

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Businesses Call for More Rental Relief, Wage Support and Loan Moratoriums Amid Tightened Covid-19 Measures, Economy News & Top Stories

SINGAPORE – Several business associations have called for help in areas such as rent relief, wage support and loan moratoriums as Singapore tightens measures amid resurgence of Covid-19 infections in the community. On Wednesday, July 21, the Alliance of Frontline Business Trade Associations described these three ways in which it …

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Sub-Owner Considerations When Subletting Space | Womble bond dickinson

The COVID-19 pandemic has increased the number of businesses switching to full-time telecommuting or hybrid working arrangements, often resulting in reduced space requirements. To minimize monetary exposure for unused space, some businesses try to sublet their excess space. If you are a sub-landlord, there are some practical issues to consider …

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Emergency rental assistance available for people in El Paso County affected by COVID-19

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) – As many people return to work as the world continues to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, some still live week to week trying to fight homelessness . On Monday, El Paso County officials wanted to inform the community about the state-run Emergency Rental Assistance Program (ERAP). …

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Some things you can’t plan

On Monday evening, Glen Grant was sworn in as Cornwall’s new mayor. He has years of Board experience behind him, a competent administration to back him up, and active and engaged colleagues around the Board table to offer both their support and their divergent views when needed. It’s a good …

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Braunwyn Windham-Burke and husband Sean deny new eviction requests

Former RHOC star Braunwyn and Sean deny allegations they were evicted from their Newport Beach rental after failing to pay three months’ rent. Former Real Housewives of Orange County stars Braunwyn Windham-Burke and her ex-husband Sean deny allegations they were evicted from their Newport beach rental. Braunwyn caused a stir …

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Accounting methods are hot topics for 2021 tax planning

As businesses complete their 2020 tax returns and compliance, it is never too early to begin tax planning for 2021. There are a number of ways that there are incentives for taxpayers to assess and change accounting policies. With most of the changes, taxpayers are afforded audit protection such that …

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Lawyer intervenes on deportation issues after deadly Moberly shooting

COLUMBIA, Missouri (KMIZ) A mid-Missouri lawyer says many of his landlord clients are frustrated because an extended moratorium on evictions bars most tenants from being evicted, even if they don’t pay rent. Court documents we uncovered on Monday detail a deportation dispute leading up to Moberly’s fatal shooting on Thursday …

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Renters lose out to Airbnb and Utah won’t let cities help them, says Robert Gehrke

A friend recently left Salt Lake City for a job in Denver, and in the process, he left behind a sought-after product – half the affordable, pet-friendly duplex he was renting. But instead of becoming someone’s new home, a Utah County woman is considering renting both sides of the duplex …

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As time goes by, Long Beach rent relief funds flow to tenants and landlords • Long Beach Post News

More than 10,000 tenants and landlords have completed the initial registration, but only 3,635 have submitted formal requests for help, according to Richard De La Torre, spokesperson for the city’s development services department, which manages the program. rent assistance. As of this week, $ 5 million had either been distributed …

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Primary Election: LaDon Linde and Autumn Torres go head-to-head for Yakima County commissioner seat | Elections

Yakima County Commissioner LaDon Linde and his challenger Autumn Torres both say fully reopening the county is a priority now that COVID-19 vaccines are readily available. The two Republicans are fighting over District 3, which covers the eastern part of the county. The district includes much of eastern Yakima, Terrace …

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California employment agency resolves large backlog

As a freelance photographer, Mekael Dawson battled the pandemic as opportunities dried up. What would you like to know As EDD resolves backlog of jobless claims, many residents fall through the cracks Mekael Dawson has been fighting for his payments since being asked to verify his identity in September He …

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Financial aid for utilities, rent available for people in need | News, Sports, Jobs

As we begin to emerge from the health crisis associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, we continue to see the many ways the virus has wreaked havoc on our community, our state and our nation. Each of us has faced the challenges posed by the pandemic, whether financial, emotional or even …

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“This is ridiculous growth:” Orlando market experiences historic rent increases

ORLANDO, Florida – The Orlando real estate market – which spans Orange, Osceola, Lake and Seminole counties – is currently experiencing the biggest rent increases in history, according to the CoStar Group’s part of the market analysts. Brian Alford, director of market analysis for Tampa-based CoStar, said the rental price …

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Battery Park City battles another Cuomo landmark

It was quick. Graphic: Office of Governor Cuomo Andrew Cuomo sent another round of bulldozers into Battery Park on Monday, and the neighbors didn’t. Five days earlier, the governor had revealed the first renderings of the “Circle of Heroes”, dedicated to the sacrifice of New Yorkers at work during the …

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A call for help (to housing)

“I was kicked out of my home. “ “I have nowhere to park the motorhome.” “I can’t afford to move my things. “Where am I going?” These are the types of calls that Habitat for Humanity Flathead Valley (HFHFV) receives every day. “It’s so frustrating,” said Rebecca Wilson, community outreach …

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‘It’s a challenge’: Short-term rental issues plague small town in Idaho near Yellowstone | Local

Fremont County had 13,099 residents and 9,186 dwellings in July 2019. If Cluff finds out that a landlord is renting without a license, whether through a resident’s complaint or other methods, the focus is on compliance rather than punishment. People almost always choose to get a permit after being contacted, …

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Rent rising, few options leaving some Knoxville residents feeling stuck

KNOXVILLE, Tennessee (WATE) – A month ago, we highlighted the rising cost of rent in Knoxville. There is another issue that impacts people today, regardless of budget: very few options. Just before noon on Friday, Zillow.com had 114 rental options in Tennessee’s third largest city, including 40 homes, 60 apartments …

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The liability of rental property owners | Columns

This summer promises to be a blockbuster in terms of tourism. Over the past few years, we have seen an increase in the number of units used as short-term rentals in our neighborhood. It’s a trend happening across Cape Town as investors seek a slice of the billion dollar tourism …

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Short-term rental complaints soar in Joshua Tree area

Concerns about noise, safety risks and a lack of affordable housing are leading residents of the California High Desert to demand tighter controls on the local vacation rental market. Complaints against short-term rentals in the Morongo Basin – which includes unincorporated communities such as Joshua Tree and Pioneertown – rose …

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Residents of Sunnyvale Mobile Home Park protest skyrocketing rents – every Saturday

Rick Valley is known for his attention to his neighbors in Plaza del Rey; watch them, bring groceries, run groceries. When he sees something that needs to be done, the neighbors say, he comes forward and does it. Last May, Valley decided to do something to skyrocket rents for Plaza …

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Residents of Plaza apartment angry after 2-month air conditioning failure

Dozens of tenants living in a Country Club Plaza high-rise apartment complex are demanding repayment of rent and other compensation after spending months living without air conditioning, even when Kansas City’s temperatures have risen dangerously. Residents of the Plaza Club City Apartments, in the 4600 block of Jefferson Street, say …

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Moratorium on expulsions from countries expires

The federal moratorium on peasant evictions is due to end on June 30, putting millions of landlords at risk of losing their homes. The government could extend protection against the pandemic again, but the federal judge’s decision last month to declare the moratorium illegal appears to be pulling it away. …

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The Langseth family fight against the dust on the road to the lodge

Alan, Carol, Jamie and Justin Langseth all spoke at the public hearing, while another girl, Jennifer Hieb, submitted her comments via email to Planning and Zoning Administrator Kathy Henderschiedt . In their request for an early review of a permit granted last September, the Alan Langseth family said Paul Langseth …

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Real estate litigation – ban on evicting commercial tenants

The embargo on the eviction or liquidation of businesses that have not paid their rent has been in place for some time and was to remain so until June 30, 2021. The government has now extended this embargo until March 25 2022. The exception was if you could show that …

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Summit County Staff Introduce Strategies to Alleviate Affordable Housing ‘Crisis’

Construction of Dillon Valley Vistas, a workforce housing community, is pictured on November 19, 2020. Dillon Valley is one of the proposed Opportunity Zones highlighted in the presentation of the Housing Strategy for Dillon Valley. Summit County Housing Director Jason Dietz.Photo by Liz Copan / Studio Copan Buy a photo …

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Navi Mumbai: APMC traders address long-outstanding issues with Cidco

Traders from the Agricultural Commodity Market Committee (APMC) discussed long-outstanding wholesale market issues with the Vice President and General Manager of the City and Industrial Development Corporation (Cidco), Sanjay Mukherjee. They received a positive response from Cidco during the meeting, at which Belapur MP Manda Mhatre was also present. Market …

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The Briar Oaks journey, from sweatshop to history | The Riverdale press

By SOPHIA ROMANO When the Fisher brothers opened Briar Oaks on Henry Hudson Parkway in 1953, they probably weren’t expecting their resort to thrive into the 21st century. But 68 years later, the grounds have accumulated a unique personality through a rich history and diverse residents. Prior to the construction …

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Diff’rent Strokes actors you may not know have passed away

Dana plato screen tested for the role of Kim Richards in “Hello, Larry”, and was cast instead in Tandem Productions’ other project “Diff’rent Strokes”, as Kimberly, Philip’s 13-year-old daughter. The character was protective of his father, his newly adopted brothers, and maybe at times too much of a goody two …

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As California eviction moratorium nears expiration, tenants seek relief

OAKLAND (KPIX) – The statewide moratorium on evictions is set to expire in 20 days, putting more than one million Californians at risk of losing their homes. Loading error Tenant rights groups want the state to extend AB 91, the law that aimed to pay off 80% of unpaid pandemic …

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Welcome to the city of tomorrow

The Future of Everything covers the innovation and technology that is transforming the way we live, work and play, with monthly issues on health, money, artificial intelligence and more. This month, Cities & Real Estate, online from June 4 and in the newspaper on June 11. We examine the impact …

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Supes extends local moratorium on evictions as state protections dwindle

San Francisco tenants who racked up thousands of rent debts during the pandemic cannot yet be kicked out on the streets, supervisors said unanimously on Tuesday. “There are a lot of unresolved issues with the rent relief program, but what is absolutely clear is that we need more time before …

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Seattle City Council to Vote on Tenant Protection Bills as Eviction Moratorium Expires

the Seattle City council will vote on a package of bills to extend tenant protection on Monday afternoon as moratoriums on city and state evictions are due to expire in late June. Seattle City Council to Vote on Tenant Protection Bills as Eviction Moratorium Expires Seattle City Council to Vote …

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Giants pay homage to Tom Ammiano as Honey Mahogany sings national anthem

A really good Saturday night at the stadium: The SF Giants paid tribute to Tom Ammiano for his decades of service to the LGBT community and spoke about his 60-year delayed college letter. And then the always fabulous Honey Mahogany sang the national anthem. Ammiano was on the pitch with …

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After KS eviction ban is lifted, tenants and landlords seek redress

An eviction notice stuck on a door. Bigstock With two young children in tow, Ashley McClelland spent Wednesday getting her things out of her Apartment KCK. She didn’t know where she was going to go yet, but she couldn’t stay. The 39-year-old bachelor mother has been struggling financially since a …

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Innisfil tenants ordered to pay back $ 7,000 in rent after battle with landlords

Innisfil family struggles to repay rent after refusing to pay landlords for unlivable conditions “There is no end to this pandemic and I sat there at the [Landlord and Tenant Board] The court is watching them order tenants to pay thousands of dollars, ”said Elizabeth Hopkins, a resident of Innisfil, …

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Seeking a second term as governor, McAuliffe points to detailed policies and past experience

Former Gov. Terry McAuliffe said he entered the already crowded gubernatorial race in December because members of the state’s legislative black caucus said “we need you back.” In May, the Republican Party had already established its statewide ticket which includes a black woman for the lieutenant governor. Meanwhile, the Democratic …

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Stop the Attacks on Housing First!

The Pierre Hotel in San Francisco, as part of Housing First People are angry about homelessness. Videos of fighting against tent dwellers, shootings in camps and open-air drug supermarkets are increasingly associated with the homeless. Long-awaited solutions to the crisis, such as huge new financing for affordable housing and the …

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Elmira City Rental Assistance Program

ELMIRA, NY (WETM) – Federal funds have been allocated locally to help those in need of rent assistance due to the pandemic. Emergency Care Act Federal government funding has been provided to the City of Elmira’s Department of Community Development due to financial hardship caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The …

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GUEST VIEW: Voccio’s rhetoric strikes a sour note | Notice

Let’s review City Councilor Chris Voccio’s statements in his article “Saving the Neighborhoods of Niagara Falls” as published in Wednesday’s Gazette. “Our neighborhoods are threatened by a number of issues, including a few bad players in the short-term rental (STR) industry wreaking havoc on what were once residential streets.” The …

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Palm Beach County Rental Assistance Portal Closes Due to Increased Demand

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla .– In a flash, Everett Hamilton’s multimedia business was gone – just like his livelihood – thanks to the pandemic. “I probably went from 12 to 15 things a month to absolutely zero,” he said. “I knew the implications of COVID were huge.” Faced with the …

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Readers react to plan to move homeless campers from downtown

On May 11, Sam Adams, former Portland mayor and current Mayor Ted Wheeler liaison, met with partners from some of the largest law firms in downtown Portland to discuss the Sans Camps. – shelter in Portland (“Camping Retreat”, WW, May 19, 2021). WW spoke to several people who attended the …

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100 years after the Tulsa race massacre, African Americans still feel left out

Tulsa, Oklahoma – At the foot of modern buildings in an anonymous street, a few discreet metal plates catch the eye. “Grier Cordonnier”, “Earl real estate” – glued to the ground, they bear the names of black-owned businesses that once stood there before being destroyed in one of the worst …

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Retailers face ‘tsunami of closures’ over unpaid rent

One in seven stores is empty, BRC study finds Two-thirds of large retailers expect to face lawsuits from their owners when a suspension of aggressive debt collection ends in June, according to an investigation. Many stores have been closed for long periods in lockdown, racking up £ 2.9bn in rent …

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