After jumping through numerous government hoops, he thought everything was set for him to sell hotdogs, but this 13-year old Michigan boy was wrong.Read more »
The price, $5 a square foot, is tiny compared with the $200 level that buildings on average are selling for nationwide and even well below the $28 range that downtown Detroit buildings fetched last yearRead more »
According to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), thousands of property owners built homes, decks, gazebos and patios on land that belongs to Ameren Missouri's Bagnell Dam and Osage hydroelectric project, which the agency regulates. So FERC issued an order stating that all of the so-called nonconforming structures must be removed.Read more »
This is a youtube video of a man being arrested for videotaping police in Huntington, WV. His name is Joseph Pniewski.Read more »
Welcomes visit our online store: Yazmin Fashion online store is a popular and historic online store for anyone looking for the Gucci jackets.Read more »
To most eyes, a chain-link fence in the front yard does not scream curb appeal. Simple — but not what you’d call “elegantly simple” — it’s what a set decorator might prescribe when he wants to conjure up mean streets. A white picket fence it ain’t.
Which is why some homeowners in Old Town Alexandria were surprised to learn recently that their chain-link fences were historic and that removing them could put them in hot water with the city’s historic preservation office.Read more »
Appeals court backs man's eminent domain sign. City wanted the man to remove the sign or pay a fee for it to be allowed to stay up.Read more »
Their front yard was torn up after replacing a sewer line, so instead of replacing the dirt with grass, one Oak Park woman put in a vegetable garden and now the city is seeing green.
The city then sent out code enforcement.
City code says that all unpaved portions of the site shall be planted with grass or ground cover or shrubbery or other suitable live plant material. Tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers are what Basses see as suitable.Read more »
Delaware Department of Transportation crews escorted by state police tore down basketball hoops this morning in two neighborhoods in Claymont amid protests from residents who say the nets aren't harming anyone. (03/25/11)Read more »
I does not matter that Savannah is the mecca for Girl scouts, the city shuts down girl scouts for selling with out a permit.Read more »
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