My Name Is Norman Zuanaich: I Died A Few Days Ago

My Name Is Norman Zuanaich: I Died A Few Days Ago
… members, endless opportunities to provide, necessarily or not, legal counseling at stellar costs thereby eroding HOA funds, and infinite opportunities to spot and impose liens thereby accruing high legal fees in the process, and ultimately causing …
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Resident concerned with travel on private road
Sheridan said the Homeowners Association is looking at three options to stop shortcut drivers. They can ask the Cornwall police to ticket the drivers for trespassing, and he noted there is signage posted along the road informing drivers it is a private …
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Six questions you should ask before you buy a vacation condo
I can't advise you strongly enough to go through the buying process with a lawyer who understands the rules and regulations pertaining to condo associations. Once you hire counsel, make sure he or she reviews the rules with you. When you are …
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Despite objections, Pajaro/Sunny Mesa raise water rates.

Despite objections, Pajaro/Sunny Mesa raise water rates.
218 process wasn't fair: “We wouldn't object if they did it with a vote,” Paul says. Because the district didn't provide a protest form, they circulated one themselves to neighbors in their Homeowners Association. They're also dismayed the board is not elected; instead …
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Researchers track parched farmland from space
Green plants emit a specific wavelength of light because of the photosynthetic process they use to store food. The satellites detect these light waves and allow scientists to distinguish between plants and everything else. Researchers confine their …
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It's Time to Give “Gitmo” Back to the Cubans

It's Time to Give “Gitmo” Back to the Cubans
It's time that the U.S. give “Gitmo” – or the Guantanamo Bay prison – back to the Cubans. It's time to end a shameful period of our history and close down the military prison on the coastal edge of another sovereign country. It's time that we hand …
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Coachella Valley residents worry about water cutbacks
Karen Ragan of Desert Hot Springs paid just $ 14.50 for water from Mission Springs Water District last month. Her ranch house sits atop a small knoll near the Hacienda Heights neighborhood. The front yard is coated in gray and brick-red gravel. It …
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Lawsuits Filed Against San Diego and One Paseo Project Developer
Two lawsuits were filed on April 8th in efforts to halt the controversial One Paseo Project. In the first, three community groups sued the City of San Diego over the flawed environmental impact report (EIR). The second suit was filed by the owner of …
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3 men attacked by pit bulls in Pahrump; dogs' owner arrested
It's a.shame, these.dogs weren't born hostile. They were abused, trained, or both to act …. Pitbulls are banned from most HOA's because of their agrssiveness! FlagShare. LikeReply. AshleyAshley 5pts … KMA: To host Clinton and Sanders in a town hall …
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Sentencing will be in May for Joseph Roy Scott II
It's just a shame the taxpayers will have to pay his room and board for the rest of his life. … El Gallito restaurant to close after 39 years in Cathedral City · Men identified in deadly North Palm Springs crash · Opossum survives being shot with 2 …
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After K-Park, Wellington Council wants to reach out to residents
Olympia — southeast of Forest Hill Boulevard and SR 7 — is a large subdivision in Wellington and one of many neighborhoods in the village governed by homeowners associations. (Kristen M. Clark / The Palm Beach Post). WELLINGTON — In light of …
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Santa Clarita Valley To Resume 3-Day Watering Schedule
Water Schedule Santa Clarita Valley water officials are calling for a return to the summer watering schedule this week for their water conservation plan. “We're switching back to the the day's a week schedule,” said Tom Campbell, president of the …
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Nanny State of the Week: City fines residents for chipped paint, mismatched

Nanny State of the Week: City fines residents for chipped paint, mismatched … Except a homeowners' association can't punish you the same way Pagedale can. Get caught … The town does not let residents plead “not guilty” or otherwise contest violations unless they go to court — though you can plead guilty and pay the

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Charles Gosling targets mayoral return

Charles Gosling targets mayoral return Charles Gosling, the former Hamilton mayor, has confirmed that he intends to run for the position once again when City Hall is put to the voters in May. Under newly … It seems a shame for what could be an iconic street to be left in an unfinished … Read

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Police corruption and misconduct is just as bad as it was in the 1960s Also in 2009 a police lieutenant was the target of a corruption investigation by both the LVMPD and the FBI with regards to dealings in an ongoing Homeowners Association scandal in Southern Nevada. In 2012 the … Coming from a former

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98-home project proposed in El Jebel area They want to provide a specific plan on how to provide it later in the review process. The Fields project is another example of how the land development business has emerged from the recession slumber. It is one of six major applications under review … Read more on

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