In an effort to save the historic Bozeman Lehrkind Brewery wall, incentives are being presented to the owner of the property. The Northeast Urban Renewal Board has offered to help fund fees associated with sidewalks, streets, and connections to city water and sewer lines. “This is what we have left that truly holds the fabric of this unique historic brewery together.
I attended the four meetings that Nipomo Community ServiceDistrict has held on the proposed property assessment tax for thewater pipeline to Santa Maria. NCSD has not explained how 2,500 acre-feet of water will solvetheir claim of 6,000 acre-feet of over-pumping, and also providewater for “undeveloped parcel’s future potential.” In the last meeting, they explained they used generic countyzoning to determine the value of possible future building for yourproposed assessment.
SENTINEL & ENTERPRISE / BRETT CRAWFORDJohn Mickola of Ashby talks, Thursday, about finalizing a conservation restriction on his property which would prevent any future building and would keep his 50 plus acres as open space.
IONIA, Mich. — Ionia City Council members approved the conveyance of the Ionia Jaycees building to the city at Tuesday’s meeting. City officials are wanting to remove the Jaycees building, located at 319 N. Jackson St., because the property is beyond repair. Not present at the meeting were council members Moncia Miller, Gordon Kelley and Matt Johnson.
An inexpensive housing scheme from Planning Minister Freddie Cohen has been rejected by builders. Senator Cohen wants up to 20% of property on future building developments handed over to the States. The Jersey Construction Council state the scheme is flawed and not properly examined. The council is calling on States members to defer the proposals for further investigation.
Friday, 3 June 2011, 1:29 pmPress Release: Colonial Media Release June 3 2011 For immediaterelease Showroom for Mars property to open underSoho Tired of life on this unstable planet? A world-firstshowroom on Taranaki St, Wellington New Zealand offers theopportunity for members of the public to think about beingpioneers in the future colonisation of the Utopia Plains ofMars.
The Carroll School Board and the Southlake City Council met jointly on Thursday, April 29 to think about agreements that will allow the city to complete the Kirkwood Boulevard extension and will, in turn, help CISD ensure future protections for two of its existing properties. Trustees voted 7-0 to approve the Special Warranty Deed conveying to the city of Southlake the property interest listed in the proposed deed related to the completion of the Kirkwood extension and authorized the board ...
SAN DIEGO (CNS) – The San Diego City Council Monday gave tentative approval to municipal code changes to exempt private sponsors of fireworks shows on city-owned property from having to apply for special permits. Environmentalists challenged the move during the public comment period, arguing that debris from fireworks that falls into water can be harmful to marine life.
“When you take a property and in 90 days, you reopen it. In six months from the time you purchase it, that is enormous. It’s never been done,” states Dan Gustin, vice mayor of Reno. Even today, city leaders are in awe of how the Siena’s new owners can pull of a reopening so quickly.
Steve Young battles Salt Lake City over property development March 31st, 2011 @ 8:37pm By Amy Joi O’Donoghue LITTLE COTTONWOOD CANYON — Former 49ers quarterback and Hall of Famer Steve Young is in a scrimmage with Salt Lake City officials and the town of Alta over water he needs for a property development near Cecret Lake.