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Beyond single-family: the housing market in Camas is diversifying

When the city of Camas completed its housing action plan in early 2021, some things were abundantly clear: the city’s housing inventory—dominated by large, expensive single-family homes—was quickly outpacing many potential Camasonians, including lowland dwellers. middle-income families, seniors on fixed incomes and young adults starting their careers. The town plan showed that the majority of […]

Square development controversy erupts, 1940s church likely victim

Share this story Posted 4 hours ago The Country Club Plaza is again a development flashpoint with the likely demolition of an attractive, but unprotected former church, and a developer’s plan to replace it with a three-level restaurant project. Drake Development intends to raze the Seventh Church of Christ, 47th and Jefferson Street Scientists and […]

Not ‘a popularity contest’: Council considers opinions on proposal to sell town center site to Wilson Parking

ALDEN WILLIAMS / Stuff The site that could be sold to Wilson Parking is in the foreground, with the new Court Theater under construction in the background. A proposal by Christchurch City Council to sell prime central land to Wilson Parking to build and operate a car park has been described as ‘lazy, unimaginative and […]

A man looking for a parking space finds a trash can chained to the road to avoid the gap

A local authority has issued a warning after a man looking for a parking space discovered a resident had chained a wheelie bin to the floor in an attempt to save a space. Chad Miah was trying to find a place to park near his friend’s house when he came across the obstacle. Chad’s friend […]

City of Toronto lost nearly $600,000 in unpaid rent from 2 businesses due to ‘administrative oversight’

Two downtown Toronto businesses that lease prime real estate from the city’s parking agency have been operating rent-free for five years, thanks to what city staff describe as “administrative oversight.” Both companies operate on the ground floor of a city-run multi-level parking lot that takes up nearly an entire city block in the heart of […]

Calls for 20mph after speeding in Sprowston estate

Published: 11:26 am February 18, 2022 Boy racers wreak havoc on a city suburb with landlords calling for a crackdown. County Council will inspect St Margaret’s Drive and St Marys Road in the Sprowston area where the 30mph limit would be ignored. An application has been submitted to Sprowston City Council for a new 20mph […]

Sheffield man furious over ‘disgusting’ White Line parking ticket

A Sheffield man slapped with a ticket for leaving his car ‘just over’ the white line of a parking area has called his £50 fine ‘ridiculous’. Martyn Longbottom was shocked to learn he had received a ticket when he returned to his car in the Wellington Street car park in Sheffield during his lunch break […]

Columbus City Council Addresses Future of Metered Parking in Uptown

COLUMBUS, Ga. (WTVM) – Parking in Uptown Columbus can be tricky business. Even with several car parks, it can be difficult to find a place on weekends. Right now, parking is free in Uptown whether you park on the street or in a parking garage. Talks have been going on for a few years now […]

Homeless pods will be erected in a Newport parking lot

A HOMELESS HOUSING SCHEME on a Newport car park is underway – despite being turned down by a council planning committee. The controversial plan to build 12 modular homes in the Hill Street car park in downtown Newport has been recommended for approval by council planning officers, before the planning committee votes to refuse the […]

Pollok Country Park parking fees to start before Burrell Collection reopens

PARKING fees will come into effect at Pollok Country Park in Glasgow ahead of the reopening of the Burrell Collection. Motorists will be charged for parking in the areas near the Burrell Collection and the Pollok House and the charges will be in place from Monday March 7. Parking charges are to be introduced by […]

Broad Marsh Car Park is off to a slow start with 240 cars per day using a 1,200 vehicle site

Nottingham City Council says an average of 242 customers a day have used the new 1,280 space Broad Marsh car park since it opened in November. The Labor-led authority says no new car parks will operate at full capacity when Covid has reduced the number of workers entering the city. But since it opened on […]

Bristol City Council’s proposed budget hits motorists hard

Drivers are set to pay a steep price to help Bristol City Council close a £19.5million budget gap, including ending free parking in parks and green spaces. Residents with disabilities will also be charged for the first time for vehicle spaces outside their homes, while charges will be introduced at 15 car parks where they […]

Large pitched project for the White Spot site on Douglas: social housing in towers, offices, restaurant, shops, public square

Private promoter in partnership with the provincial government; buildings up to 20 floors The province is partnering with a private developer to build nearly 500 supervised and affordable housing units on Douglas Street. The half-block site, containing the former White Spot restaurant and the Capital City Center hotel, could see a cluster of buildings up […]

Westport Lake parking refund after criminals tampered with ATMs

A council reimburses motorists who paid to park at a beauty spot in Stoke-on-Trent – after criminals tampered with ticket machines. Stoke-on-Trent City Council will impose payment and posting fees in Westport Lake starting January 10. But mass confusion ensued when ATMs were already operational at the site on New Years Day. For the latest […]

Completion of the new park and ride in Winchester

ENTREPRENEURS appear to have completed the controversial new multi-storey parking lot in Winchester. The old Vaultex site on Barfield Close has been transformed into a 15-meter-high, three-level car park for 287 cars. The opening date is unclear as the developer, City Council, is not available to comment on the Christmas holidays. The planning permission was […]

Zoning changes in Pittsburgh limit the number of parking spaces for restaurants

Zoning changes approved by Pittsburgh City Council this week will limit, among other things, the number of parking spaces required at restaurants. The measure will require restaurants, including fast food establishments, to provide a transport impact study to the Ministry of Mobility and Infrastructure. The Zoning Board of Adjustment will then ensure that there will […]

York City Council could be sued over downtown car ban that ‘discriminates against people with disabilities’ | UK News

Disability rights groups say the UK’s 2.4 million blue badge holders suffer discrimination due to increasingly stringent restrictions on cars in cities. The Disability Rights UK charity says some councils are flouting equality laws, with social distancing measures, increased street trading and anti-terrorism barriers, reducing opportunities to park near shops and services. Although 15% of […]

Weirton Council Tackles Insurance, Board Appointments | News, Sports, Jobs

WEIRTON – Board appointments, traffic issues and employee insurance coverage were among the issues approved by Weirton’s board on Monday. Several city council appointments were approved by the council, including two positions on the Weirton Planning Commission, two seats on the Zoning Appeal Board and one on the city’s Housing Authority. Jesse Krieg and John […]

City Council approves rezoning of Soho and Noho

Councilor Corey Johnson and Margaret Chin with renderings of 250 Water Street & River Ring (Getty Images, margaretchin.nyc, seaportvision.nyc, riverring.nyc) Coming out, city council members forever changed the future of Soho, Noho and parts of many other neighborhoods. In what was for many their last session, lawmakers approved new zoning for Manhattan’s two enclaves and […]

“Can I park on a grassy edge?” Rules explained amid £ 1million bid to tackle city driving problems

Parking in Birmingham can sometimes be a joke – and no fun if a thoughtless driver drops their car onto a curb or sidewalk in front of your house. BirminghamLive has covered countless examples of crazy parking where motorists have abandoned their vehicles, whether they are blocking driveways or reducing roads to single lane roads. […]

Find the tools | News, Sports, Jobs

MARQUETTE – Zoning is a major tool in addressing local housing issues, officials who attended the Marquette County Housing Solutions Summit said on Wednesday. The Lake Superior Community Partnership hosted the webinar, which took place Wednesday and Thursday. Participation in the session entitled “Local government tools for housing” were Nate Heffron, City Manager of Negaunee; […]

Vienna Expands, But Tightens, Outdoor Dining Opportunities | news / fairfax

[Sun Gazette Newspapers provides content to, but otherwise is unaffiliated with, InsideNoVa or Rappahannock Media LLC.] Restaurants in the city of Vienna will be able to use their temporary permits to eat al fresco until next June, but on December 6, the Vienna city council also approved some additional restrictions to protect neighboring residences. Residents and […]

A rainy day is expected to make the return trip difficult for commuters from Wellington

Wellington commuters will face a difficult return trip, with some returning in waterlogged cars and those in the northern suburbs on the verge of struggling with train cancellations and slips after a day of persistent rain in the capital . Johnsonville train line is affected by a landslide and commuters to Khandallah and Johnsonville are […]

Edinburgh Morrisons will see Costa’s drive-thru built in parking lot despite huge objections

An Edinburgh Morrisons is expected to see a new Costa drive-thru built in the parking lot despite a wave of local objections. The plans are expected to be granted by city council next week after the initial proposals were submitted in the summer of this year. According to plans, the supermarket at 102 Pilton Drive […]

Capitola reinvents its permanent parks program – Santa Cruz Sentinel

CAPITOLA – Over five years ago, the city of Capitola experimented with a sustainable system that would create habitable outdoor seating in its streets and sidewalks. No company that showed an initial interest followed. His council, however, decided on Wednesday to try again. The Capitola City Council decided at its special meeting to approve a […]

Newburyport and Global Oil propose deal

November 30 – NEWBURYPORT – The city and Global Oil are expected to introduce a binding agreement at the December 13 city council meeting that will set out the conditions for the maintenance of 107 State St. During a public hearing on Monday, which continued from October 25, advisers discussed next steps to ensure Global […]

Everything you need to know about the event on Saturday, December 4

Festive food, gifts galore and a host of Christmas entertainment are expected to draw crowds at Bishop’s Stortford Christmas Fayre on Saturday (December 4). But the event’s organizer, Bishop’s Stortford City Council, has asked people not to attend if they show symptoms of Covid-19, if they have to self-isolate when they return from overseas or […]

City signs naming rights deal for Runestone Center

The action was taken at the regular council meeting on Monday, November 23. Under the resolution, a Minnesota-based company called Front Burner Sports and Entertainment will help the city assess, solicit and evaluate proposals and negotiate naming rights agreements with third parties and additional sponsorship agreements for the Runestone Community. Center. Naming rights are a […]

Edison Park upgrades move forward as concept plan receives approval from HB City Council

Huntington Beach City Council voted Tuesday night to approve a concept plan that would add several fields to Edison Park while keeping dozens of mature trees in space. The council voted unanimously to approve one of three options presented by the city’s library and community services department. The main distinction between the option chosen and […]

Newburyport Reviews Short Term Rental Rules | New

NEWBURYPORT – City councilors are getting closer to a vote on short-term rental rules following a joint meeting on Wednesday of the Planning and Development Committee and the Licensing and Permitting Committee. There are two proposed ordinances before city council – including a general ordinance establishing procedures for people to register short-term rentals in the […]

Parking Requirements Eliminated For Most San Diego Businesses – Coastal Commission Approval Still Required For Coastal Zone

The big news from San Diego City Hall on Tuesday was the New rule: For many companies from January 1, the parking space requirements are removed. The city council unanimously voted on a change to the city code that eliminates minimum parking space requirements for many businesses. Commercial tenants and building owners in transit priority […]

The renovated car park reopens for the summer

The city council has reopened the improved parking lot at Lac Pertobe. The parking lot provides more parking and improved access to nearby Lake Pertobe features including barbecues, playground, and seating facilities. The parking lot was redeveloped with funding of $ 425,000 from the Commonwealth Government’s Local Roads Community Infrastructure Program (LRCI) and $ 75,000 […]

Compromise option chosen for the redesign of the Island Bay cycle path

The Island Bay cycle path will benefit from a slight improvement in safety after several years of controversy. Wellington City Council voted for a compromise upgrade option estimated to cost between $ 2.5 million and $ 4.4 million. The change means the bike path will now be connected the entire length of The Parade to […]

‘A Failing Street’: As Vacant Housing Plagues California Avenue, Can the Shopping District Make a Comeback? | New

In recent years, empty storefronts and “For Rent” signs have become a common feature along the California Avenue shopping district in Palo Alto. As of this week, there were at least 13 storefronts that were vacant or for rent. And as buildings sit empty and the number of attractions along the avenue dwindles, business owners […]

South African street food van on East Lothian beach gets green light

Edinburgh-based BBQ StreetFood has applied for a building permit to bring its mobile rotisserie to Longniddry Bents parking lot 1. Edinburgh-based BBQ StreetFood applied for a building permit to bring its mobile rotisserie to Longniddry Bents parking lot 1 after East Lothian council announced a potential site for a snack van. However, road safety concerns […]

As homeless contracts leave town, Seattle still wants a say in how its money is spent

Councilor Andrew Lewis By Erica C. Barnett At the end of 2021, the city of Seattle will cede direct control of all of its existing homeless service contracts to the King County Regional Homeless Authority. But deliberations on the city’s 2022 budget made one thing clear: The city still expects to have a direct hand […]

City Council to Consider the Fate of G Street Closure

The Council also launches the redistribution process on Tuesday When the pandemic put a temporary end to indoor restaurant dining – and threatened to bankrupt many Davis restaurants – city and downtown businesses collaborated to create Open Air Davis. G Street was closed in two sections to provide outdoor dining areas, temporary user permits were […]

Influx of complaints leads Encinitas to revise proposed short-term rental rules

ENCINITAS – Owners of hundreds of vacation rental properties in Encinitas will face new regulations under a proposal that received initial city council approval on Wednesday night, October 27, but the rules will not be as strict as originally proposed . After hours of public testimony from 40 people – almost all vacation rental owners […]

Letters to the Editor October 23

Masks and vaccines In Dr. Boharski’s letter to the editor of October 9 (The Rush for Restriction of Freedom), he begins by saying in part “It is sad to see the politicization of infectious diseases”. I totally agree with this statement. However, he goes on to say that wearing masks is not justified. Current research […]

Best News from Greater Manchester Today – Thursday 21 October 2021

The best stories of the Manchester Evening News Today include the 28-year-old mother who died after collapsing in the Butlin tragedy, Bonfire Night celebrations canceled due to covid, and thugs who could have killed a family by blowing up their home with a bomb. gasoline. In case you missed them, we’ve put together a few […]

Jaguars President on Development: “We’re in a very good position” | Jax Daily Record | Jacksonville Daily Record

Jacksonville Jaguars president Mark Lamping said the team and the city’s roster on downtown development “says a lot about the future.” “I don’t think you can overstate the importance of a milestone,” Lamping said Oct. 13 after a city council vote to support the vision of Jaguar owner Shad Khan. As of August, the Board […]

Road works to improve safety on ‘dangerous’ Hadleigh road

Road works will take place at Benton Street, Hadleigh, next week, with parking spaces being sacrificed to improve pedestrian safety and traffic flow. Suffolk Highways, which will carry out the work, said in a letter to local residents that they will install a “traffic calming facility” on Benton Street that will reduce a section of […]

Reviews | Some Los Angeles tenants may lose the city councilor they elected

You might assume that given Park La Brea’s numbers – it is home to 12,000 residents, after all – it wouldn’t risk losing its political clout. But organizing these voters to participate can be difficult. Landlords will always have a set of advantages over renters: they stay in the same place longer, they tend not […]

Family with 5 cars furious after council charged them £ 255 to park outside the house

Angela Hammond, who lives in a six-adult home in Aldershot, Hampshire, says Rushmoor City Council is forcing her family to pay for expensive additional parking outside their home Angela Hammond’s family is made up of six adults who must park five cars outside their home in Aldershot A family claims the council charges them over […]

At Old Forge, local issues attract a new level of future elected officials

This year’s candidates for Webb Town Supervisor and City Council attended a Meet the Candidates Night event hosted last month by LivingADK (CAP-21) in View, the Old Forge arts center. Pictured left: Current City Supervisor Dave Berkstresser (Incumbent), Current Council Member Webb Don Haehl (Incumbent), Council Candidate Webb Kyle Lindsay (Written Candidate), Current Council Member […]

Backlash forces U-turn plans to remove downtown parking

A proposal to remove a parking lot in the heart of downtown Hinckley was dropped after a huge outcry against the project from businesses and residents. Several options were presented to the public for a major redevelopment of the Church Walk parking lot, off Castle Street, but all options would reduce the parking lot to […]

Aspen parking czar leaves government

Mitch Osur is outside his next workplace where he will take on the role of COO for Kemo Sabe in Aspen. (Kelsey Brunner / The Aspen Times) For the past six years, Mitch Osur has been the face of the city of Aspen for business and the general public, serving as the link between private […]

San Antonio artists, community members come together to decorate sidewalks, pavement

7-year-old June Gonzalez has drawn flowers in chalk before, but never more so than this weekend. By late Saturday morning, she had drawn 17 along a sidewalk at the Carver Library and had planned more. The colorful artwork – including a red because it’s one of his favorite colors – formed the top of the […]

Allerdale Borough Council to expand parking lot in Aspatria

A parking lot will be enlarged. Starting Monday, October 11, contractors on behalf of the Allerdale Borough Council will be on site to work on an extension of the Queen Street parking lot in Aspatria. A spokesperson for Allerdale City Council said: “The decision to expand the parking lot was made due to the increased […]

Change of parklets for outdoor dining makes room for more parking in downtown Manhattan Beach – Daily Breeze

People are about to have a better chance of parking in downtown Manhattan Beach. Some of the city’s outdoor dining spaces will get smaller by November 1, city council decided this week, reopening more than a dozen parking spaces currently occupied by tables and chairs. Temporary food terraces, installed last year to help restaurants maintain […]

Minnesota to no longer take newborns from incarcerated parents

On Election Day 2020, 57% of voters in Mountain View, California passed a voting measure to address what many residents of the Silicon Valley city saw as a growing civic issue: people living in recreational vehicles. A July 2020 street count found 191 RVs [RVs] parked on city streets, 68 of which parked on approved […]

The former Kogarah communal parking lot becomes a guesthouse | County Chief of St George and Sutherland

+5 The former Shaw Street public parking lot, Kogarah, sold by Georges River Council last year, is slated to become the site of a guesthouse. Georges River Council sold the 14-space parking lot at 2 Shaw Street, Kogarah last October, despite calls from local business owners and traders that the sale would hurt their businesses. […]

The makeover of Grand Avenue d’Escondido is about to begin

A $ 15 million plan to slow traffic, widen sidewalks, expand outdoor dining space, and strengthen Escondido’s historic Grand Avenue corridor by installing new lighting fees, parking in the city center. It started with an uprising from the business owner in response to the proposal to do so. Alex McCraclan, chairman of the board of […]

Disturbing footage shows ‘hard hat’ conditions inside Elliot Lawless parking lot

Photographs have emerged which show disturbing conditions inside a downtown parking lot owned by property developer Elliot Lawless. Two downtown residents have sent in photographs of the Beetham Plaza underground car park in recent weeks, which show poor conditions. Some images reveal water drops from the walls, puddles on the floor, and metal objects hanging […]

Council threatens beer garden, says pub must provide parking

“We are surprised that there have been obstacles to the approval of the beer garden,” she said. “We want the beer garden to become a permanent fixture in Vic on the Park, so that we can continue to provide a COVID-safe outdoor environment for our customers.” The Merivale spokesperson also said the pub has little […]

Boulder Should Vote ‘Yes’ On ‘Rooms Are For People’ – BizWest

Boulder residents have the opportunity to remove an outdated restriction, even if they help alleviate a chronic shortage of affordable housing. Boulder Law prohibits more than three unrelated people from living together. This means, for example, that in a four bedroom house, no more than three unrelated people can live together. Similar restrictions exist in […]

The city council expands the shelter and adopts a new parking lot | New

Norman City Council on Tuesday passed several policy changes that will impact the response to the homeless, food insecure residents and jail, among other issues. Much of the council’s business was passed on the consent register by a unanimous vote, but one was concerned about an increase in rates at the Cleveland County detention center […]

City Council Honors Sue Gillingham, Reviews EPA Proposal Updates for Tijuana River | News from the city of Coronado

The Coronado City Council meeting on September 21 began with the recognition of community member Sue Gillingham, who served as Executive Director of the Coronado Chamber of Commerce from May 2015 to June of this year. To recognize his leadership, his advocacy on behalf of the island’s small business community, and his dedication to the […]

San Mateo’s New Bike Project Comes Under Close Neighborhood Consideration | Local News

A proposed project to add new bike lanes and a bike boulevard in the San Mateo North Central neighborhood that will remove 214 parking spaces worries residents, but with the city’s assurance, it will help mitigate the loss of traffic. parking. “One of the main priorities of our city council is to implement bicycle and […]

26 storey development proposed for Leeds car park | Yorkshire

The first plans have been revealed for the development of a 26-story residential program on the site of a car park on the outskirts of Leeds city center. McLaren Living will present pre-bid proposals for a site off Water Lane in Holbeck to the Leeds City Council City Plans Panel later today (September 30, 2021). […]

California Enacts New Legislation To Speed ​​Up Housing Production | Perkins Coie

California Governor Gavin Newsom recently passed several bills aimed at speeding up local approval of housing projects and increasing housing production. This update summarizes the content of three key bills: Senate Bill (SB) 8 extends the application of the Housing Crisis Act 2019 (SB 330) by five years, from 2025 to 2030, and makes limited […]

The advisor denounces an “ulterior motive” behind the parking changes

A council insider has criticized what he calls an “ulterior motive” behind proposed changes to parking lots in Wokingham, Woodley and Earley. Notice concerning the proposed modifications to the parking rules in the borough of Wokingham caused mass confusion on social media on the possibility of an increase in prices in the parking lots in […]

Construction is underway on the new Torrey View Life Sciences Campus

Last week, Breakthrough Properties shared more details and renderings of Torrey View, a new life sciences research campus under construction at the corner of El Camino Real and Carmel Mountain Road in Torrey Hills that faces to some opposition from the community. Breakthrough Properties, a research and development (R&D)-focused life sciences real estate development company, […]

Soaring anti-RV parking laws are backdoor ban for the poor

On Election Day 2020, 57% of voters in Mountain View, California passed a voting measure to address what many residents of the Silicon Valley city saw as a growing civic issue: people living in recreational vehicles. A July 2020 street count found 191 RVs [RVs] parked on city streets, 68 of which parked on approved […]

The Suffolk Theater offers an extension of 28 apartments and five floors

The Suffolk Theater in downtown Riverhead. (Credit: Joe Werkmeister) The Suffolk Theater is proposing a 59-foot-tall addition to the rear of its building that will create approximately 2,970 square feet of retail space on the ground floor and 28 apartments on the second through the fifth floor. A render of the expansion’s exterior shows large […]

Wellington.scoop.co.nz »What is really planned for the parking lot?

COE by Lindsay SheltonThere must have been frantic negotiations on Sunday evening, after the DomPost wrote a report on a new building that is planned for the Michael Fowler parking lot, and how it would be occupied. Because when the council made its own announcement on Monday morning, the categories on the list had almost […]

‘Racist’ email draws new attention to SMART bus stop in Pontiac – The Oakland Press

A SMART bus stop outside the Phoenix Center in Pontiac, one of the busiest in Oakland County, is attracting renewed attention and scrutiny from the community after private emails between men from cases and officials expressing frustration with its cleanliness and potential illegal activity have recently been made public. The stop is located on Water […]

City plans to expand TOD zoning west along Broad Street

A map shows where TOD-1 zoning would be applied along Broad Street west of Interstate 195. The various colored areas reflect future land use recommendations from the Richmond 300 plan. (Images courtesy of the City of Richmond) A zoning update plan along another stretch of the GRTC Pulse bus line crosses City Hall, while newly […]

News and information – Proposed building for the MFC car park

“We aim to reinvigorate the municipal district of Te Ngākau and potentially pave the way for the site within the grounds of the proposed National Music Center,” said Mayor Andy Foster. “The stunning design incorporates around 15,000 m² of new mixed-use space in the city center. Lower levels with retail or hospitality activities will attract […]

Mayo Gives Madison East $ 1 Million Facelift | Local News

MANKATO – Work is due to begin next month on a million-dollar exterior upgrade of a nearly 300-foot segment of the former Madison East shopping center, giving it a makeover and renaming it Mayo Clinic Health System-Madison East Center. “We want to make sure that the physical environment reflects the quality of care that will […]

GAA chiefs express “extreme disappointment” at Páirc’s refusal to plan

The GAA was denied planning for a renovation of the Páirc Uí Chaoimh GAA stadium in Cork City because it included proposals for two parking lots on public grounds. The proposed car parks are in an area designated to be part of the Marina Linear Park, which develops around the south side of the stadium. […]

GAA refused the building permit for the redesign of Páirc Uí Chaoimh

The GAA has been denied a building permit for a controversial renovation of Páirc Uí Chaoimh in Cork City. It included contentious plans to build parking lots on two plots of public land in an area identified as part of Marina Park’s new linear infrastructure, which is expected to open before the end of the […]

Kimball Development Plans – Western Nebraska Observer

The Kimball Planning Commission met ahead of the city council meeting last week for public hearings on the rezoning and replating of four different properties in Kimball. The first public hearing dealt with the replating of a property currently owned by Kenneth W. Adrian, but under contract with KIM5, LLC. Adrian has applied for a […]

“We had just given up”: the loss of car parks puts the St Albans dairy into bankruptcy

The removal of street parking spelled the end of a St Albans dairy, causing sales to drop by around 60%. For Krishna Joshi and Trushar Bagthariya, husband and wife owners of Cranford Street Dairy, the change since taking over the business in 2018 has been dramatic. Four parking lots have been removed outside the corner […]

Explore suburban parking options in Hampton

Bayside City Council will explore other designs for a multi-deck, including 2 levels of basement, suburban parking in Hampton. Bayside Mayor Cr Laurence Evans OAM said commuter car parking is an ongoing issue for the Bayside community and council has been asking for additional parking for commuters for some time. “The council has long advocated […]

Jaguar Owner Shad Khan’s Four Seasons Proposal Presented to City Council | Jax Daily Record | Jacksonville Daily Record

Jacksonville City Council is expected to introduce legislation on Sept. 14 for a nearly $ 114 million incentive deal with Jacksonville Jaguar owner Shad Khan for his plans to build a Four Seasons hotel and residences and of an office building on the former Kids Kampus site along the Downtown River. Documents provided by Downtown […]

Funding offer as Stoke pursues arena master plan

More details were announced on a major regeneration project planned for Hanley that could see new offices, a hotel, a live events arena with a capacity of 3,600 and hundreds of new homes built. Stoke-on-Trent City Council leaders are currently awaiting the outcome of a £ 20million bid to the government leveling fund for the […]

The petition to promote housing affordability: what this zoning will do and why it is needed

This spring and summer, a group of concerned residents from a wide range of backgrounds and skills have come together weekly to discuss housing issues in Cambridge and what can be improved through zoning. This citizens’ petition to advance housing affordability – and known as the Advancement of Affordable Housing Petition – offers an avenue […]

Timeless moments: state law threatens open space

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Ban on parking near Scarborough Beach filed

Scarborough City Council was considering banning parking on one side of Black Point Road at Prout’s Neck. The red line indicates a parking ban and the green line indicates where parking would be allowed between September 15 and May 1 if the changes to the ordinance were to be passed. Courtesy photo SCARBOROUGH – On […]

All Edinburgh road closures on Saturday due to Tour of Britain

Traffic in Edinburgh will be affected on Saturday as the AJ Bell Tour of Britain has started and will travel to the city soon. The AJ Bell Tour of Britain sees 107 dedicated British cyclists tour the country starting in Penzance and ending in Aberdeen. This is the first time in two years that the […]

What’s on This Week: Art for the People, 9/11 Interfaith Service, Tell Me a Story Festival – Decaturish

This story has been updated. DeKalb County, Georgia – Several events are taking place this week in and around DeKalb County, including Art for the People in Decatur, an interfaith service on 9/11 in Decatur and the Tell Me a Story Festival in Clarkston. Several local government meetings are also taking place this week. Decaturish […]

JC Parks invested $ 8 million in community amenities

Three years after starting its 10-Year Parks Master Plan, the Jefferson City Department of Parks, Recreation and Forestry is checking many things on this wishlist. Improvements are completed or underway at community parks, McClung and Ellis-Porter Riverside, bringing the ministry’s total investment to $ 8 million so far, and new projects are being added. For […]

“Housing should be boring… and cheap” – developer explains success | Immovable

PReal estate developer Marc Vlessing says he would be happy to be made redundant. In an effort to attract first-time buyers who might not otherwise be able to afford their own home, his company, Pocket Living, builds smaller-than-average apartments with below-average prices. It is a business model whose success is based on the fact that […]

Berry Court Owners Corporation Strongly Opposes Amended Demand for Nowra CBD Multi-Level Parking Lot Development | South Coast Registry

news, latest news, With the controversial application to develop the $ 15 million Nowra CBD multi-storey car park recently amended, residents of the Berry Court apartment took the opportunity to maintain their firm opposition to the proposed car park. The DA offers a five-level parking lot offering 467 parking spaces and 18 motorcycle spaces for […]

‘Bold action’ needed as council seeks to resolve parking problems in Wrexham

There are calls for “bold action” as Wrexham council must consider improving parking options in the city center now that coronavirus measures are relaxed. Earlier this year, a poll launched by Wrexham MP Sarah Atherton found that 67% of respondents were unhappy with parking options in downtown Wrexham. Of those who responded, 64 percent wanted […]

Controversial parking fee plans revised to introduce optional permits after fears of a ‘ghost town’

A permit system is due to be introduced in Oadby and Wigston after a controversial proposal to remove free parking and introduce a payment and display system was overhauled amid public outcry. Oadby and Wigston Borough Council is hoping that the introduction of voluntary permits will allay public concerns and help cover the “unsustainable” annual […]

Outdoor meals will come back after agreement with the city

CHULA VISTA, Calif .– The owner of the Chula Vista Brewery will bring alfresco dining back to the establishment following a recent deal with the city. Chula Vista Brewery owner Timothy Parker on Wednesday, September 1, 2021, at his Third Avenue brewery in Chula Vista, California. Owner Timothy Parker said on Wednesday the brewery had […]

“Warning” from Andover advisor at car meeting after incident

An Andover city councilor called on those involved in a car rally to “distance themselves from the anti-social element” after a car was seized by police. Officers seized a BMW after it reportedly burned out in the Wickes parking lot before going to red lights on Sunday, August 29. City councilor Stu Waue, who sits […]

Street patios receive support in Rochester

Rochester City Council voted unanimously to ask staff to prepare a policy for review by October 18. “I think they’ve proven to be very helpful,” board member Kelly Rae Kirkpatrick said of the expanded outdoor dining areas that were put in place during the pandemic. RELATED: Current permits expire at the end of October. City […]

Parking fees could close popular Stoke-on-Trent cafe this winter

Managers of a popular park cafe fear it will have to close this winter – due to expected parking fees. A blackboard opposing the proposed parking fee has been erected outside of ice cream, treats and candies in Hanley Central Forest Park. It comes as Stoke-on-Trent City Council wants to charge motorists £ 3 for […]

Covid 19: mountain bikers back in the saddle for level 3 but caution is required

Mountain biking is expected to resume in Nelson-Tasman, but advice urges cyclists to be careful. Contractors will be checking council trails on Wednesday – the first day of Alert Level 3 – which means all trails would remain closed that day. Most trails would reopen from Thursday, with the exception of trails currently closed for […]

Residents can share their thoughts on two designs for Dave Peel Park in Bentonville

BENTONVILLE – Residents can choose between two designs for the Dave Peel Park project, a city official said. The website www.quiltofparks.com went live on August 20 and will be up and running for about an additional three weeks so people can view both design plans and vote for which one they prefer, said David Wright, […]

Resilience ordinance a waste of time

Members of the Lewes Executive Committee on Resilience were appointed by Lewes City Council to work with DNREC and in conjunction with the University of Delaware to help the city develop preparedness plans and activities to deal with sea ​​level rise and the challenges of climate change. LECR’s points of interest include tips on how […]

The free parking offer continues in several car parks managed by the Bridgend Council

Bridgend County Borough Council has confirmed that its offer of free parking at several city center parking lots run by the council will be extended. The offer that was slated to end this month will run until after Christmas – this means drivers can park for free for up to three hours at the Rhiw […]

Hastings Streetscape Shot Back in Motion

“Long without seeing,” said Hastings Downtown Development Authority chairperson Patty Woods as planning consultant Rebecca Harvey of McKenna Associates rose to their meeting. For a few minutes, members of DDA and Harvey remembered the last time they had spoken. It was during the depths of COVID-19 and they had gathered in Fish Hatchery Park on […]

New Costa Coffee proposal in Beccles

Proposals have been made for a brand new Costa Coffee in the parking lot of the Morrisons supermarket in Beccles. The proposed layout includes a one-story facility with indoor and outdoor seating with a drive-thru lane that would also allow cars to be serviced from a hatch to the back of the building. It would […]

Avon voters to see short-term rental tax in November poll

Avon voters will be asked to determine whether or not the city applies a 2% short-term rental tax.Daily File Photo In November, Avon voters will be asked to determine whether or not the city applies a 2% short-term rental tax. If approved, the tax revenue – which city staff has estimated at $ 1.5 million […]

Motorhome owners are welcome to take advantage of free overnight parking at Rhyl

// = do_shortcode (‘[in-content-square]’)?> Photo of Motorhomes from UK Motorhome and Motorhome Ad Stops Facebook Group Motorhome owners are welcome to take advantage of free overnight parking at Rhyl. The public car park behind the Marsden Sun Verge pub in the seaside town of Denbighshire is recommended on the Facebook group “UK Pub stopovers for […]

Apartment hotel plans recommended for approval, despite neighbors’ concerns

X Sign up for free to receive the latest news straight to your inbox Register now Liverpool planning officials have recommended approval of a new aparthotel in the city center, despite objections from neighbors. A proposal has been submitted by Simon Kinsella to convert an old nightclub into a 25-room development. The site, 62 Duke […]