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2014/10/19 04:00
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And to those who have yet to see the building filled with sunlight for the first time in three decades, he advises “drive by and take a look at the before, because the after will be even more...
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2014/10/17 02:00
2014/10/17 02:00
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The block-long, two-story building at 629 W Main, opened in 1923 and is also approved for a listing on the National Register of Historic Places. “We’re seeing change I don’t think anyone could have...
2014/10/15 16:03
2014/10/15 16:03
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Anita Miller scrambled over the weekend to supply volunteers with petitions for a ballot measure that would afford voters the chance to approve a city stadium and events center. If they collect...
2014/10/15 04:42
2014/10/15 04:42
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... has been confused as a homeless issue, which it is not," the mayor said during his executive message at Tuesday's Parkersburg City Council meeting. The signs say "Please do not contribute to...
2014/10/13 01:48
2014/10/13 01:48
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Loveland City Council rescheduled some of its budgetary agenda items from its last meeting until Tuesday due to time constraints. The Council will meet for a study session at 6:30 p.m. at the City...
2014/10/09 21:18
2014/10/09 21:18
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Wheat Ridge will hold a groundbreaking ceremony Friday for Kipling Ridge, a 6.3-acre project at the southwest corner of Kipling Street and West 38th Avenue. The project will feature a new Sprouts...
2014/10/09 06:18
2014/10/09 06:18
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GOLDEN — The name will change, but the purpose will stay largely the same. The Golden Urban Renewal Authority will soon cede its involvement with the city's downtown area to the Downtown Development...
2014/10/08 00:48
2014/10/08 00:48
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LOVELAND -- The ad-hoc committee that has worked for the past seven years to put downtown Loveland revitalization on track stopped just short Tuesday of declaring victory and disbanding. The Loveland...
2014/10/07 13:00
2014/10/07 13:00
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But the proposal submitted by Indianapolis-Milhaus to the Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Authority on Monday is anything but a sure thing when it’s weighed against a competing proposal by Chicago-based...
2014/10/07 11:00
2014/10/07 11:00
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The proposals submitted by Indianapolis-based Milhaus Development and Chicago-based Clayco both envision construction starting soon after the 2015 Spring Festival of the Arts set for next...
2014/10/07 05:00
2014/10/07 05:00
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Two development proposals submitted Monday would do away with the arts plaza that is located along the former alignment of California Avenue between Hudson and Walker avenues. Indianapolis-based...
2014/10/07 05:00
2014/10/07 05:00
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NewsOK: Hey everyone. Steve will be logging in at 7 p.m. to discuss competing proposals submitted to the Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Authority for property south of former Stage Center site. You can...
2014/10/05 23:48
2014/10/05 23:48
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LOVELAND — The framework and funding are in place for High Plains school, so now the Thompson School District will begin filling in the pieces. "We are refining the details and getting to exactly...
2014/10/02 04:48
2014/10/02 04:48
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LOVELAND — As the Thompson School District board approved a funding plan for the first elementary school in the Centerra area, community members broke out into enthusiastic applause. After several...
2014/10/01 04:13
2014/10/01 04:13
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For more information about the Civic Center project plan, visit broomfield.org and click on "Civic Center Project" in the "News and Announcements" tab. Broomfield might not have a traditional...
2014/09/30 17:18
2014/09/30 17:18
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An abandoned municipal dump site and abandoned clay mine are the first targets for urban renewal in Castle Rock. The 66-acre site at the northwest corner of Plum Creek Parkway and Interstate 25 near...
2014/09/30 05:42
2014/09/30 05:42
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That will likely happen by eminent domain in which the city must pay fair market value. "We don't do it real often," Parkersburg Mayor Bob Newell said of using eminent domain. One reason is the...
2014/09/29 01:48
2014/09/29 01:48
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The proposed financing structure for the High Plains school won't come from a mill levy or bond on residential property taxes, and taxpayers won't vote on an increase in taxes to fund it. Instead,...
2014/09/24 23:03
2014/09/24 23:03
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An attempt to require voter approval for a downtown stadium was rejected Friday by the city's title board (pictured), which determines whether ballot measures proposed by members of the public meet...
2014/09/24 19:34
2014/09/24 19:34
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Thursday, September 25, 2014Six plots will be put up for tender in the fourth quarter to address growing home demand. Those, together with sites of the MTRC (0066) and the Urban Renewal Authority,...
2014/10/19 04:00
2014/10/19 04:00
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