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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Commission’s market ownership deed never filedOwnership of the building is one of several questions city officials are lookin
Commission’s market ownership deed never filed
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
Ownership of the building is one of several questions city officials are looking to answer as they work on a long-term plan for the market. Earlier this week, letters were sent to vendors at the market telling them that once leases expire, rates for... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Planners reject Quincy Hill proposalThe steps go up the hill along a right of way that is 10th Street, although it
Planners reject Quincy Hill proposal
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
The steps go up the hill along a right of way that is 10th Street, although it is not paved. The commission reviewed a request from the city of Parkersburg to abandon that right of way to allow for the consolidation of the public right of way into... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
South Nevada Ave. urban renewal possibility increasesEfforts to acquire urban renewal status for a blighted stretch of South Nevada
South Nevada Ave. urban renewal possibility increases
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 2 days ago
Efforts to acquire urban renewal status for a blighted stretch of South Nevada Avenue have failed for more than a decade, but the situation has significantly improved recently. The Colorado Springs Urban Renewal Authority confirmed that three local... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
Lafayette mural contributes to new life on Emma StreetVisitors to Lafayette's The Post Brewing Co. are getting a new view. Surrounde
Lafayette mural contributes to new life on Emma Street
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted 2 days ago
Visitors to Lafayette's The Post Brewing Co. are getting a new view. Surrounded by homes and businesses on all sides, the brewery lacks Colorado's quintessential mountain scenery. But the once peeling, dilapidated wall to the east is being converted... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
Susan Connelly, director of Boulder's Chautauqua, stepping downSusan Connelly, executive director of the Colorado Chautauqua Association, anno
Susan Connelly, director of Boulder's Chautauqua, stepping down
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted 3 days ago
Susan Connelly, executive director of the Colorado Chautauqua Association, announced she will step down in November after 12 years in the role. "It has been my honor to advance the Colorado Chautauqua," Connelly said in a prepared statement. "With a... Read more
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The Borneo Post
CM leads state delegation on working visit to SingaporeAdenan (fourth left) looks at a model of Singapore city during one of the tours
CM leads state delegation on working visit to Singapore
The Borneo Post / Posted 9 days ago
Adenan (fourth left) looks at a model of Singapore city during one of the tours. He is seen with Lo (second left), Awang Tengah (third left), Morshidi (fourth right) and Abang Johari (third right). KUCHING: Chief Minister Datuk Patinggi Tan Sri... Read more
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The Shawnee News-Star
Shawnee City Commission: Police pay, plat get nodCity commissioners shuffled through several items at Monday night’s city commis
Shawnee City Commission: Police pay, plat get nod
The Shawnee News-Star / Posted 12 days ago
City commissioners shuffled through several items at Monday night’s city commission meeting. An agreement with the Shawnee police union (IUPA) regarding wages and other benefits was unanimously approved. Posted Aug. 18, 2015 at 8:00 AM Posted Aug.... Read more
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The Shawnee News-Star
Shawnee City Commission: Police pay, plat up for vote When Shawnee City Commissioners meet Monday, several agenda items will be up
Shawnee City Commission: Police pay, plat up for vote
The Shawnee News-Star / Posted 14 days ago
When Shawnee City Commissioners meet Monday, several agenda items will be up for their consideration. Up for approval by the city is an agreement with the Shawnee police union (IUPA) regarding... Read more
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Denver Post
Pueblo borrowed based on state RTA estimates that now are in doubtPueblo is counting on $44 million in incentives under the state's Regional Tour
Pueblo borrowed based on state RTA estimates that now are in doubt
Denver Post / Posted 16 days ago
Pueblo is counting on $44 million in incentives under the state's Regional Tourism Act program to fund a convention center expansion, improvements to its riverwalk and a new Professional Bull Riders University. But those payouts were put into... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Firefighter lease clears first readingThe ordinance was amended twice - once to reduce the term of the lease from 50
Firefighter lease clears first reading
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 19 days ago
The ordinance was amended twice - once to reduce the term of the lease from 50 to 40 years and again to remove the Parkersburg Building Commission from the lease language - before council voted 7-1 to approve it, with Councilwoman Nancy Wilcox... Read more
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Denver Post
New affordable housing gets going in Denver's Westwood neighborhoodA new affordable housing development that will also house a prominent Denver no
New affordable housing gets going in Denver's Westwood neighborhood
Denver Post / Posted 19 days ago
A new affordable housing development that will also house a prominent Denver nonprofit officially broke ground Tuesday in Denver's Westwood neighborhood. The $15 million Terraza del Sol project — developed by Gorman and Company — will bring 42 units... Read more
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The Huntington Herald-Dispatch
Building of new homes picks up Aug. 08, 2015 @ 11:01 PM HUNTINGTON - Permits for construction of new homes
Building of new homes picks up
The Huntington Herald-Dispatch / Posted 22 days ago
Aug. 08, 2015 @ 11:01 PM HUNTINGTON - Permits for construction of new homes within the city of Huntington are on a slight rise, though dealing with the city's existing, aging housing stock remains a pressing issue in... Read more
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WTAP Parkersburg
Urban Renewal Properties For SaleVacant properties for sale. The city of Parkersburg currently has 16 of them.
Urban Renewal Properties For Sale
WTAP Parkersburg / Posted 24 days ago
Vacant properties for sale. The city of Parkersburg currently has 16 of them. The properties available through the city's urban renewal authority range from vacant structures to lots once home to now-demolished buildings. Would-be buyers can make... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
New urban renewal law in Colorado may face rocky startHouse Bill 1348, which Gov. John Hickenlooper signed into law in May, requires
New urban renewal law in Colorado may face rocky start
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 26 days ago
House Bill 1348, which Gov. John Hickenlooper signed into law in May, requires that urban renewal authorities share future sales and property tax revenues generated by redevelopment projects with other taxing entities — like schools, counties and... Read more
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Denver Post
New urban renewal law in Colorado may face rocky startHouse Bill 1348, which Gov. John Hickenlooper signed into law in May, requires
New urban renewal law in Colorado may face rocky start
Denver Post / Posted 26 days ago
House Bill 1348, which Gov. John Hickenlooper signed into law in May, requires that urban renewal authorities share future sales and property tax revenues generated by redevelopment projects with other taxing entities — like schools, counties and... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Police funds, URA policies approvedA motion by Councilwoman Nancy Wilcox to double the chief's request of $5,000 f
Police funds, URA policies approved
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 30 days ago
A motion by Councilwoman Nancy Wilcox to double the chief's request of $5,000 for training and $3,000 for travel was approved on a 5-4 vote, and the amended resolution passed by the same margin. "It makes my job easier," Martin said. Warren Bigley,... Read more
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The Oklahoman
TURNING THE PAGE: Conversion of former Oklahoma City school into apartments is moving ahead despite recent firesThe school, at NE 6 and Stonewall, closed in 1993 and was bought by Bradshaw fo
TURNING THE PAGE: Conversion of former Oklahoma City school into apartments is moving ahead despite recent fires
The Oklahoman / Posted 30 days ago
The school, at NE 6 and Stonewall, closed in 1993 and was bought by Bradshaw for $950,000 last year at an auction by Oklahoma City Public Schools. Fencing is going up this week, and preconstruction will be starting this next month, Bradshaw... Read more

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