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October 19, 2014

It is truly amazing how the Planning & Zoning/Code Enforcement office goes after some situations but not others.

Wednesday night at the BOC meeting (10/15/14), it was brought up that someone reported that the Historical Foundation- the organization renovating the old school building, now known as Thomas Persons Hall- didn’t get a permit to do the renovation. 368 more words


Birmingham September Sales up 18% From Last Year

Birmingham Area MLS* Monthly Observations for September 2014

Dollar sales in September declined by 4% to $282,951,372 from August’s $294,526,435, up by 18% over last September’s $238,693,635. 477 more words

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Musings from working at City of Boston

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Writing is a great way to record compelling events which can be revisited on another day.  These events often come bundled with their own emotions and knowledge which can fade out of our memories if not captured into words.   959 more words

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Building permits surpass $6 million

by Phil Ambroziak

Meadow Lake continues down a strong and steady path of growth and development.

That’s the message that accompanied a recent report filed with city council by building official Neil Marsh. 560 more words

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San Clemente Planning Commission Meets Tonight at 7:00pm

The San Clemente Planning Commission meets tonight,
Wednesday September 17 2014 at 7:00pm.
The Commission meets at San Clemente City Hall Council Chambers.
City Hall is located at 100 Avenida Presidio. 31 more words

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Birmingham Area Real Estate Sales up 7% Over Last Year

Birmingham Area MLS* Monthly Observations for August 2014

Dollar sales in August declined by 11% to $291,981,203 from July’s $326,252,052, up by 7% over last August’s $278,145,050. 524 more words

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Sask. construction activity tops $260M in July

Saskatchewan building permits jumped 18.9 per cent to $260.2 million in July compared with $218.8 million the previous month, but fell 11.9 per cent from $295.3 million in July 2013, according to data released Monday by Statistics Canada. 7 more words