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The Florida Times-Union
It's time to fix a past blunderNews that the city improperly gave a powerful local firm money meant for neglec
It's time to fix a past blunder
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 6 days ago
News that the city improperly gave a powerful local firm money meant for neglected Jacksonville neighborhoods captures why many, fairly or not, distrust government. This blunder did not happen under present Mayor Lenny Curry’s watch, but he must... Read more
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The Brockton Enterprise
Brockton mayor hires police communications director despite grievance, criticisminterview about the appointment on Monday. “In my mind, communication, outreach
Brockton mayor hires police communications director despite grievance, criticism
The Brockton Enterprise / Posted 9 days ago
interview about the appointment on Monday. “In my mind, communication, outreach to the community with media – that needed improvement. ... We've got to build stronger relationships in the community. That hasn't happened to the extent we needed up... Read more
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Staten Island Advance
Local merchants groups receive city council moniesDorp Merchant's Association, the Richmond Road Merchant's Association, and to t
Local merchants groups receive city council monies
Staten Island Advance / Posted 10 days ago
Dorp Merchant's Association, the Richmond Road Merchant's Association, and to the West Brighton Community Local Development Corporation (LDC) for the Victory Boulevard Merchant's Association. Altogether, Matteo has allocated $210K to the three... Read more
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Vail Daily
Treatment center proposed for Cordillera lodgeunconvinced. While Concerted Care’s services are “worthy and needed,” they don’
Treatment center proposed for Cordillera lodge
Vail Daily / Posted 14 days ago
unconvinced. While Concerted Care’s services are “worthy and needed,” they don’t belong in their high-end residential neighborhood, they say. “We still believe that such services do not belong in the heart of our community,” said Rachel Oys,... Read more
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Vail Daily
More changes possible at Cordilleraunconvinced. While Concerted Care’s services are “worthy and needed,” they don’
More changes possible at Cordillera
Vail Daily / Posted 16 days ago
unconvinced. While Concerted Care’s services are “worthy and needed,” they don’t belong in their high-end residential neighborhood, they say. “We still believe that such services do not belong in the heart of our community,” said Rachel Oys,... Read more
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Boston Globe
Pam family’s deals with nonprofits were less than charitablethe Pams flipped them for vast profits or let them deteriorate into the kind of
Pam family’s deals with nonprofits were less than charitable
Boston Globe / Posted 17 days ago
the Pams flipped them for vast profits or let them deteriorate into the kind of blight that is the bane of these struggling neighborhoods. In these deals, which included triple-deckers in Roxbury and a former sanctuary in Lynn, top executives of... Read more
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Boston Globe
Pam family’s deals with nonprofits were less than charitablethe Pams flipped them for vast profits or let them deteriorate into the kind of
Pam family’s deals with nonprofits were less than charitable
Boston Globe / Posted 17 days ago
the Pams flipped them for vast profits or let them deteriorate into the kind of blight that is the bane of these struggling neighborhoods. In these deals, which included triple-deckers in Roxbury and a former sanctuary in Lynn, top executives of... Read more
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Boston Globe
Making it big, the Pam family wayand the friendship of many wealthy and powerful people looking to tap into the
Making it big, the Pam family way
Boston Globe / Posted 18 days ago
and the friendship of many wealthy and powerful people looking to tap into the escalating Roxbury market. Yet in his neighborhood and in court, many see Pam and his family business in a very different light — as hypocritical operators who... Read more
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The Morning Call
Trexler Trust awards charities $5.1 million: See where the money is goingafter a review of 162 requests seeking nearly $6.8 million. The largest grant —
Trexler Trust awards charities $5.1 million: See where the money is going
The Morning Call / Posted 23 days ago
after a review of 162 requests seeking nearly $6.8 million. The largest grant — $1,706,250 — went to Allentown for the "improvements, extension and maintenance of all its Parks" as stipulated by Gen. Trexler's Will. Trexler was a businessman,... Read more
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The Post-Journal
Lay Of The Landhomeownership in the area because it helps build stronger communities and gives
Lay Of The Land
The Post-Journal / Posted 24 days ago
homeownership in the area because it helps build stronger communities and gives people a sense of ownership in their neighborhood. "For the city, half of the area is owner-occupied and half is rental (properties)," he said. "I'd like to... Read more
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The Morning Call
The Morning Call's building has been sold250,000-square-foot building, which was listed for sale in February, is one of
The Morning Call's building has been sold
The Morning Call / Posted 28 days ago
250,000-square-foot building, which was listed for sale in February, is one of the largest properties in the city's Neighborhood Improvement Zone that has not been targeted for development or redevelopment. The building is owned by Tribune... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Upcoming City Council Agenda For TuesdayResolutions: MAYOR’S OFFICE a. A resolution to confirm the Mayor’s appointmen
Upcoming City Council Agenda For Tuesday
The Chattanoogan / Posted 1 months ago
Resolutions: MAYOR’S OFFICE a. A resolution to confirm the Mayor’s appointment of Becky Browder to the Carter Street Corporation Board. PUBLIC WORKS AND TRANSPORTATION Public Works b. A resolution authorizing the Administrator for the... Read more

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