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Parking permits for residents of Wimborne will increase from £80 to £260

A RESIDENT is “disgusted” at the prospect of seeing her annual parking permit bill increase by 225%. Joy Rawlin lived for many years paying a permit for the Old Road car park, as her Julian’s Road property has no off-street parking. When the retired social worker started using the site, the price was £50 for […]

The Los Angeles sun casts a dark shadow over the community of Inglewood

By Jack SavageMedill Reports INGLEWOOD, Calif. – Not even 48 hours after the Super Bowl ended, the glitz and glamor of the circus event was long gone. The streets were barren, littered only with rubbish, giving off an eerie ghost town vibe. For a week, Inglewood, California was the epicenter of the sports world, with […]

Where can investors hide money in a bear market?

indefinite indefinite/iStock via Getty Images We are going through a period of uncertainty in the market and several forces are at work. The technology hasn’t performed so well lately, with disappointing results from several companies, and major index engines like Meta Platforms (FB) are actually seeing their first signs of real maturity. Inflation is also […]

Developer Jim Thorpe discusses planned residential developments – Times News Online

Published on February 12, 2022 at 08:00 A Jim Thorpe developer continues to plot his planned residential developments in Mahoning and Jim Thorpe Township. On Wednesday, Jake Arner, president of Awesome View Properties Inc., briefly discussed his residential development project with Mahoning supervisors. Sierra Vista Estates has 104 units on Flagstaff Road just off the […]

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 […]

Parking Changes for Porirua Town

Tuesday, January 25, 2022, 1:41 p.m.Press release: Porirua Town Hall Starting next week, new parking times and fees will be implemented in parts of Porirua. Council consulted and made the decision to introduce paid parking last year, as part of the long-range plan process, to balance the city’s changing needs and the impact of rates. […]

What the Infrastructure Bill Means for Motor Carriers, Capacity Constraints

The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, or more commonly known as the Infrastructure Bill, is multi-faceted, but the future of transportation and logistics finance is at the heart of its concerns. Investments in electric vehicle charging infrastructure and the way electric vehicles are transported are major areas of focus, along with critical funding for our […]

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 […]

CPI grapples with density in St. Simons | Local news

On Wednesday, the island planning commissioners returned to the issue of population density on the island of St. Simons. The discussion took place during a working session that evening, during which the town planning commission examined a new limitation of the height of buildings proposed by the departmental commissioner Cap Fendig. The IPC discussed and […]

Le Jour – Let’s regulate so as not to ban short-term rentals

Speaking as participants in the short-term rental community, please know that we understand and sympathize with the concerns expressed by some in the Town of Groton regarding the impact of this emerging facet of the sharing economy. We are your friends and neighbors and have no interest in destroying the historic character of our neighborhoods. […]

Ukiah Nonprofit and Volunteer – The Ukiah Daily Journal

They moved into their new dig at 1240 Airport Park Boulevard (the former Mendocino veterinary hospital) on September 20 and are fully prepared for the next disaster. Based in Mendocino County, United Disaster Relief of Northern California serves the entire Northern California region and their 7,200 square foot building is filled with everything anyone could […]

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 […]

Mother-in-law’s apartments are getting easier and easier to build, but it’s still a tedious process

This story is part of the Salt Lake Tribune’s ongoing commitment to identifying solutions to Utah’s biggest challenges through the work of the Innovation Lab. [Subscribe to our newsletter here] Editor’s Note • This story is only available to Salt Lake Tribune subscribers. Thank you for supporting local journalism. At first glance, the navy blue […]

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 […]

Active Displacement Measures Extended on Harrogate Streets | New

A pioneering program to further encourage walking and cycling in Harrogate has been extended until August 2022. Experimental traffic restrictions on Beech Grove and Lancaster Road have been in place since February, with the installation of road signs, bollards and planters – known as modal filters. These prevent non-residential through traffic to encourage more residents […]

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 […]

Forget about “beach breaks” in the coolest swimming spot in Pretoria

The Blyde Riverwalk estate in Pretoria has become the “beach” of Pretoria. The estate’s expansive lagoon-shaped swimming pool that looks like a beach could easily confuse someone into thinking it is on a tropical island like Mauritius. The Pretoria area has become something of an attraction for locals who want to spend time at the […]

After a 19 month wait, Village Theater Guild will stage “Mothers and Sons” by Terrence McNally

The date was March 20, 2020. The Village Theater Guild’s third show in their 57th season, “Mothers and Sons” by Terrence McNally, was scheduled to have its opening night. The whole was built. Many tickets had been reserved to see the play. The cast and crew worked hard to create this production with its 12 […]

Chorley Market traders want permanent parking – but not everyone agrees

The traders of the CHORLEY market are asking that a new temporary car park planned in the city center become permanent. It was announced that Chorley’s council intended to create the facility on the site of the recently demolished Buzz Bingo building on Market Street, across from City Hall. The hope is that the additional […]

‘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 […]

An overwhelming number of buyers willing to lease indoor and outdoor space as a side hustle – are you?

Feverpitch / Getty Images / iStockphoto In the age of sideways turmoil, it’s no surprise that more and more Americans are looking for new ways to generate extra income. For homeowners, that means leasing space from others – and many do. See: Here are exactly how many savings you need to retire in your stateFind […]

The grain giant is a serial dividend payer

The motley fool Kellogg Company is a name you probably associate with grains, but its grain brands only make up about a third of its revenue today as Kellogg has branched out into more growth-oriented areas. Frozen foods, including meatless alternatives, now account for around 13% of income. And snacks, including brands like Pringles and […]

Snowbasin Plans Major Expansion Including 300-Room Club Med Hotel | News, Sports, Jobs

1/2 Skiers descend a slope in Snowbasin, the ski resort in Weber County, in this undated photo. Snowbasin officials unveiled their plans to upgrade the resort on Thursday, September 21, 2021. Photo provided, Snow pool 2/2 Earl’s Lodge in Snowbasin, right, and the main parking lot at Weber County Ski Resort are shown in this […]

As COVID changes work habits, Greenwich sees different demand for permits in suburban parking lots

GREENWICH – Parking permits for suburban parking lots near Greenwich stations have long been as precious as gold, with waiting lists that seemed to go on forever. But with the work-from-home habits that many developed during the COVID-19 pandemic, motorists have seen the unusual sight of largely empty parking lots in the city. With the […]

Cone Zone – Week of September 13 – Journalist from Los Alamos

COUNTY PRESS RELEASE Update on road construction:Public works projects: The projects listed in this section are managed by county public works staff through contractors. For more information, please send an email [email protected], call 662-8150 or visit the “Projects / Public Works” link at http://www.losalamosnm.us. Please slow down and use caution in construction work areas. Please […]

East Bay caterers turn pandemic hubs into full-time business

It is well known that the pandemic has been brutal for most of the local restaurants. Things were just as tough, if not tougher, for the region’s caterers, most of whom relied on corporate events and meals to keep their businesses going. With most of these bread and butter businesses shutting down since March 2020, […]

Thurrock Council May Introduce “Automobile Clubs” with Car Rental for Residents

THURROCK’s board may introduce “car clubs” as part of its new parking strategy, with rental cars to be offered to residents in the short term. The council released its draft parking policy strategy that will revise everything from parking fees, parking outside schools, on-road parking and heavy goods vehicles to reducing car use in the […]

The end of free parking for motorcycles is fast approaching?

ONE of the many benefits of riding a motorcycle is the ability to hoist up, get down, grab onto some safety, and set off to accomplish whatever you need to do. That freedom could end for some London residents, however, as Lewisham Council plans to force motorcyclists in the borough, and those who travel there, […]

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 […]

UVic News – University of Victoria

Whether it’s biking, walking, carpooling, or using public transportation, low-carbon, zero-emission transportation options can benefit our health and that of our planet. UVic’s sustainability action plan sets a goal to increase sustainable transportation methods to 70 percent of total trips to campus. To track the university’s progress towards this goal, comprehensive traffic surveys are conducted […]

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 […]

Dillon Managers Work On Problems In Nighttime Paid Parking Concept

A parking kiosk is pictured in August 2019 in downtown Breckenridge. Dillon is working on implementing a paid overnight parking system in town through a company called Interstate Parking, which operates similar kiosks in Breckenridge and Keystone.Photo by Liz Copan / Archives Summit Daily News Dillon officials continue to push conversations about an overnight paid […]

Don’t drive into Palm Court parking lot, St George’s Business Chamber told council | County Chief of St George and Sutherland

St George Business Chamber President Allan Zreik said in a letter to Georges River Mayor Kevin Greene that the 31-space parking lot is critical infrastructure that should be left as it is. St George’s Chamber of Commerce opposes Georges River Council plans to turn Palm Court parking lot into green space. As part of the […]

Frisco City Council approves ordinance regulating short-term rentals

Frisco City Council has approved an ordinance to regulate short-term rentals, some of which use Airbnb to connect with guests. (Courtesy of Adobe Stock) Frisco owners looking to rent space for less than 30 days will now need to apply for a permit and pay an annual fee of $ 300. On August 17, city […]

OC Parks provides insight into short-term plans for Capo Beach – Orange County Register

Plans for a “natural” solution to the erosion of Capistrano Beach were presented to the California Coastal Commission on Friday, August 13, outlining ideas that OC Parks must save, at least in the short term, that part of the coast. rating. The presentation was an update from the commission and gave an overview of various […]

Coos Bay puts moratorium on short-term rentals | Local News

Coos Bay City Council voted unanimously to put a moratorium on short-term vacation rentals after hearing from nearly a dozen people opposed to the idea. The council vote will block any new short-term rentals in residential neighborhoods while the city planning commission and city council deepen the idea and create new regulations to monitor short-term […]

Walsall scheduling requests for the week ending August 8 | Part 1

Various development requests have been submitted to the Walsall Borough Council. The list below, taken from the Walsall City Council website on Monday, August 9, contains part a urban planning requests which were determined the previous week. 14/0122 / FL: Modification of condition 36 of planning permission 13/0227 / FL to modify the management of […]

Today’s Rental was chosen for the mix of neighborhood and apartment photos

This rental is located at 1630 Park Road, NW. The Craigslist ad says: “$ 1,573 / 406 sq. Ft. – Perfect studio in Washington Convenient, close to everything! When you make 1630 Park your home, you get more than an apartment. With carefully designed interiors, convenient amenities and an incredible location, 1630 Park offers a […]

P&Z discusses project proposals | New

The Telluride Planning and Zoning Commission met on Thursday to discuss a myriad of project proposals. Items on the agenda included consideration of a landowner’s proposal to amend the current Planned Unit Development (PUD), the commission’s proposal to limit commercial uses of services in the commercial core of the city and the commission’s proposal to […]

Peachtree Hills Place Provides Respite Care With Patio Retreat

ATLANTA, July 21, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The Terraces at Peachtree Hills Place, which offers assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing and short-term rehabilitation in a luxury residential community for people 55 and older in the Buckhead neighborhood Atlanta, began offering respite services on 1st of July through the retreat to the terraces. Respite […]

Bellevue P&Z Supports High Density Downtown Housing | Nice view

Monday March 1, 2021. Bellevue buildings. Main Street. Express photo by Roland Lane Amid a county-wide housing crisis, the Bellevue Planning and Zoning Commission appeared to show general support on Monday for changes to the city’s zoning laws that would allow for increased development of new multi-family dwellings or apartment buildings. ‘apartments, in the city […]

SRQ expansion projects reflect exceptional growth

The earliest known record of the phrase “patience is a virtue” is found in “Piers Plowman,” a narrative poem believed to have been written by William Langland between 1360 and 1387. The Sarasota Bradenton International Airport is arguably the fastest growing airport in the world. . While this has been a tremendous development for the […]

Broadway is back! A guide to shows, tickets and Covid protocols.

Helpful Tips So you have the tickets and you can’t wait to see the curtain rise. Here’s what to expect. Getting There Covid Security With ever-changing government regulations and guidelines, most productions take a wait-and-see approach to specific security measures, but remote headquarters aren’t a start due to the bite it would take at the […]

Godlewski Shares Official Achievements During Rotary Visit | New

Wisconsin State Treasurer Sarah Godlewski described some of her office’s initiatives in an approximately 30-minute lecture at the Sun Prairie Rotary Club meeting on July 6 at the Colonial Club, 301 Blankenheim Lane. Voters who came to Wisconsin after 2016 may recall that Godlewski led the effort to save the treasurer’s office with a voting […]

Henwood Industrial Estate car park in Ashford could be used to house homeless people

A temporary housing block for the homeless could replace a municipal parking lot and produce net zero carbon emissions. Ashford City Council Cabinet has agreed to support the project which would be built on the Henwood Industrial Estate car park and add to two similar facilities in the city. Ashford Borough Council says parking lot […]

Puyallup expands popular homeless hotel and examines tiny homes

Puyallup city council is expected to extend the homeless hotel for another eight months and has started talks about a small village of origin. In a Tuesday night study session, the seven board members each agreed that the 20-room Hometowne Suites hideaway on Meridian should continue until March 31. The hotel accommodation program is constantly […]

Guisborough City Council: New mayor elected and cycling race details discussed

GUISBOROUGH City Council met in May for a virtual meeting, but held a plenary council meeting with members present in June at Sunnyfield House. Cycling event. Stephen Mussett, Community Health Development Coordinator at Redcar and Cleveland Council, and Andy Langford, Community Traffic Officer for SweetSpot Event Group, addressed the council about the upcoming cycling race […]

Lots of reader support for Advisor’s call to improve parking situation in downtown Whitehaven

READERS had a lot to say about the call for an urgent review of street parking restrictions in Whitehaven. They are causing big problems in the city, says a city councilor. The lack of short-term parking available in the downtown area affects residents and businesses that are already struggling, Borough and City Councilor Brian O’Kane […]

Abu Dhabi flies high with ‘largest’ solar-powered airport parking lot

A solar-powered parking lot claimed to be the largest of its kind in Abu Dhabi has been inaugurated at the UAE capital‘s international airport. The 3 MW solar project was installed in the short-term parking lot of the Midfield Terminal at Abu Dhabi International Airport, with the generated electricity going to the parking lot and […]

South Holland District Council unveils new initiatives to energize Spalding town center

The reopening of the South Holland Center and market day events are among the initiatives announced by city leaders to support downtown Spalding. The South Holland District Council unveiled a number of new measures to encourage more visitors to the city, including free parking in its short-term car parks. Council chief Gary Porter said: “Over […]

Can the Congaree Golf Club in South Carolina host a future PGA tournament?

Tain Lee hits the third tee during the final of the Palmetto Championship golf tournament in Ridgeland, SC on Sunday, June 13, 2021 (AP Photo / Stephen B. Morton) Stephen B. Morton PA RIDGELAND The massive infrastructure – dashboards, miles of cables, computers, Shot-Link gear and much more – needed to host a PGA Tour […]

County Put Moratorium on Vacation Rentals | Local News

Clatsop County Commissioners have unanimously backed a six-month moratorium on new vacation rental licenses while the county is revising two ordinances that regulate short-term rentals. The move comes after months of conversations and discussions about proposed revisions to the rules. Vacation rentals have caused divisions in communities such as Arch Cape and Cove Beach. Hailey […]

Life is about to get harder for Auckland CBD workers with cars

Granted, it’s already a pain in the back for those who work in Auckland’s bustling CBD if you drive to work. Parking prices are as high as anywhere else in the country and can even be hard to find at times. Today, one of the largest parking lots in the CBD is on the market […]

Missoula County Government: Missoula County Weekly June 7-11

Missoula Mayor and Missoula County Commissioners Joint Statement on Homeless Residents Problem in Missoula Area The city of Missoula and the County of Missoula, working collaboratively, estimated that the current number of residents who are not housed, and the effects of this homelessness on those without permanent and safe housing, and the consequences of homelessness […]

Agreed transport outcomes for a key city center redevelopment opportunity

In an exciting step for the city center, the Auckland council planning committee approved the transport results for the redevelopment of the city center parking lot site, which alongside the urban regeneration results agreed on the year last, will offer high-quality mixed-use development that includes forward-looking means of transport. Once the strategic outcomes for the […]

West Waterfront lures another tenant: City negotiates land use plan for $ 2 million plaza

Renderings of development under planning on a parcel of land owned by the City, shown on the site location map as Development Lot B. Source: Town of Sturgeon Bay. An oddly shaped quarter-acre lot adjoining the base of the Oregon Street Bridge on the western waterfront of Sturgeon Bay can house a two-story gathering space […]

Appeal regarding plans to use Stirling student apartments as vacation rentals

Controversial plans for a block of student accommodation in Stirling for summer vacationers have been rejected by a Scottish government journalist. Last October, Stirling advisers rejected a proposal from the owners of the Riverside Quay building – UK PBSA (Forthside Way Ltd) – that their 209-bed facility be used for short-term vacation rentals between June […]

Newton’s town planning commissioners sidestep objections, approve home daycare and retail hub

COVINGTON, Georgia. – Neighbors’ objections failed to convince Newton County Planning Commissioners to recently approve two projects that deviated from current zoning restrictions in adjacent areas. The planning committee voted on May 25 to give final approval for a daycare to operate inside a residential zoned area near Porterdale. Planning Commissioners also recommended that Newton […]

PARKPLUS Signed a Contract for the World’s Largest and Largest AGV Automated Robotic Parking System in Miami | national news

MIAMI, May 26, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Next Generation Robotic AGV Technology Provides Automated Parking For Brickell House To Miami Brickell House Brickell House is a 46 story condominium building located in Brickell Miami. The building was developed by Newgard Development Group and designed by award-winning architecture firm Sieger Suarez Architects. The common areas […]

Complaints about anti-parking measures that ‘turned part of the national park into Snowconia’

Anti-parking measures installed along a popular road in Snowdonia have been condemned as a danger to motorists and pedestrians. Hundreds of traffic cones have been put up on either side of the A5 in the Ogwen Valley in response to the parking chaos that enveloped the area last summer. Some people have since dubbed National […]

Turtle Swamp Brewing and owner Sue block affordable housing development

Jamaica Plain’s Turtle Swamp Brewing and its owner, Monty Gold, have filed a separate lawsuit in Suffolk Superior Court to block construction of a 39-unit apartment building that would provide affordable housing for low-income seniors and new space for the Dominican restaurant El Embajador. . Two-thirds of apartments would go to seniors making no more […]

Walking 1000 extra steps can increase your lifespan

New research has found that taking more steps each day could help you live longer. You don’t need to commit to long walks every day to improve your health. More daily steps have been linked to a range of health benefits, such as better heart health, better quality of sleep, and more positive mental health. […]

Reading CC&R Is An Essential Task In The Home Buying Process Take me home | Bend | The weekly source

VSovens, conditions and restrictions (CC and R) are generally not considered scintillating reading media. Although this is a laborious task, it is a crucial part of the home buying process when considering buying a home in a planned community. Planned development communities can have many benefits, such as neighborhood parks, trail systems, swimming pools, tennis […]

County Council Nixes Condominium Vacation Rentals | New

In what appeared to be a replay of a TV series, Volusia County Council again addressed the controversial issue of short-term rentals on May 18. County council members voted against their legalization. “I really hope we can get to the point where we talk with one another,” County President Jeff Brower said, referring to the […]

Sleepy Burke, Cradle of the Kingdom’s Trails, Plans Her (Busier) Future | Outdoor and recreation | Seven days

Click to enlarge Courtesy of Zach Faulkner Bikers at Kingdom Trails in 2019 For a hamlet in the North East Kingdom with just 1,700 residents and two shops, East Burke is a busy place these days. Burke’s small ski area, Burke Mountain Resort, has been welcoming visitors for half a century. But now the city’s […]

Idea of ​​cycling groups for the new measures proposed for the city center – The Voice

A group set up to encourage cycling in Spalding has revealed the changes it wants to see in downtown government funding. PEDALS says only some of the measures suggested by Lincolnshire County Council, as part of the Active Travel initiative, including the loss of some parking spaces, should be continued. And the group would like […]

Volusia County votes 5-2 to keep short-term rental ban in place

VOLUSIA COUNTY, FL – After a five-month battle, pitting neighbors against each other in many neighborhoods in Volusia County, it was put to a vote on Tuesday to uphold the county’s ordinance against short-term rentals. The Volusia Vacation Rental Homes Alliance, which has been fighting to change the short-term order to allow these properties, said […]

Growth Summit tackles tough housing and workforce issues

Flathead Valley is growing, as are the challenges facing its residents, leaders and business owners. At the Growth Summit 2021, a new event hosted by the Kalispell Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday, local experts discussed issues facing housing, transportation, child care and other critical components of the Kalispell economy. Flathead. They offered potential solutions, emphasizing […]

Large increase in traffic in the Greater Toronto Area at the entrance to Niagara-on-the-Lake during provincial stay-at-home command

Compliance with Ontario’s current home-keeping order appears to be waning, as mobility to Niagara-on-the-Lake over the past two weekends has increased significantly. On April 8, Premier Doug Ford announced the province-wide restrictions that ultimately led to a decrease in the number of local tourists coming to NOTL. However, recent mobility data tracked by the city […]

Granicus and Hollywood, FL Announce Partnership to Manage

DENVER and HOLLYWOOD, Fla., May 18, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Granicus, the leading provider of cloud-based civic engagement technologies and services, today announced a partnership with Hollywood, Florida to help manage short-term rentals (STR) compliance. Hollywood will take advantage of Granicus Host compliance product to improve the registration and enforcement of its burgeoning vacation rental […]

One of the last major homeless camps in San Francisco has been demolished

At 9 a.m. on Monday, front loaders and dump trucks were lined up in front of the abandoned state-owned parking lot under Highway 101 in SoMa. A few tired residents who lived there in tents, trucks and a tiny, half-built house dragged their belongings to a nearby sidewalk as social workers and California Highway Patrol […]

WKYT investigation | The future of the coal mining country

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) – The entire town of Lynch, Ky., Was once centered on coal. In fact, it still is – much of the city remains intact, with the portal to its underground mine now serving as an exhibit – but not in the way it once did. Lynch was a corporate town built in […]

That’s why parking fees are going up in Hereford

Parking fees are changing in Herefordshire today, and the council says it will be “easier than ever” to know where to park. The roads chief defended the council’s decision to raise prices, with street parking in Hereford dropping from £ 1 for an hour to £ 2. Other increases in city center car parks include […]

Commission suspends approval of new vacation rentals – St George News

Washington County Commissioner Discusses Need for County to Revise Short-Term Rental Policy, St. George, Utah May 4, 2021 | Photo courtesy of Washington County / CEC, St. George News ST. GEORGE – Due to fears that the county’s current policies regarding the regulation of vacation rentals, also known as short-term rentals, are too broad and […]

North Myrtle Beach Passes First Reading of Short-Term Rental Parking Rules | national news

North Myrtle Beach City Council on Friday passed first reading of the latest version of a transitional parking order designed to control parking overflow in short-term rentals in residential neighborhoods. Councilors put the brakes on the first draft of the ordinance on May 3 over concerns from the rental industry, and shifted again on a […]

Cornwall Council owned car parks to start charging

All Cornwall municipal parking lots, which were free to support main streets when they got back to business, will reintroduce a charge from next week. The council will keep its parking lots free until May 17 to support high streets, with businesses such as non-essential stores, hairdressers and outdoor hotels reopening. But from then on, […]

New parking arrangements in Aberdare and Pontypridd from June

The RCT board confirmed its arrangements for parking fees in Aberdare and Pontypridd from June 1 – remaining FREE after 3 p.m. on weekdays, after 10 a.m. on Saturday and all day on Sunday. Parking fees in both cities have been suspended at key times in the pandemic – in an effort to help the […]

More parking promotions on the cards, as downtown businesses ‘haven’t taken full advantage’ of the current 11am free parking offer

Wrexham.com> News Posted: Thursday, May 13, 2021 Wrexham Council currently offers free parking after 11am in some of its city center car parks – with a decision on the extension of the promotion yet to be made. A parking promotion was put in place immediately at the start of the pandemic to support essential purchases […]

The city of Orange is preparing to finalize the regulation of short-term rentals

After months of discussions, Orange’s short-term rentals will be regulated and licensed with the city allowing a maximum of 125 city permits. Editor’s Note: This story is part of the Voice of OC Youth Media program, which works with student journalists to cover public policy issues in Orange County. If you would like to submit […]

Short-term rental ordinance advances in Cherokee County

TOWNSHIP, GA – Cherokee County is moving forward with a Short-Term Rental Order, to regulate the use of holiday and short-stay home rentals by non-residents. The Council of Commissioners discussed the possibility of the ordinance at its annual retreat in January. County planning staff drafted the ordinance requiring the property owner to obtain a short-term […]

Concerns about the capacity of the Watford General Hospital car park

We now know that the new £ 39.2million multi-storey car park at Watford General Hospital will provide 1,290 spaces for staff, patients and visitors and that in the short term, the current essential car park for staff will continue to offer 404 places. However, the recent West Herts Hospital Trust fact sheet and their architect’s […]

Petitions in Montreal call for city to deal with homeless Indigenous people

A group of homeless people in Montreal, many of whom are Indigenous, has become the subject of dueling petitions – both with very different messages. One of the petitions, launched after the winter when a group started to gather around the Mont-Royal metro station, suggests that they are making a mess in the area and […]

Park City to reconfigure key section of road in Old Town with cycle lane

Park City installed no-parking signs along a stretch of Park Avenue in anticipation of a reconfiguration of the section of the road. The signs remained covered at the end of the week as officials await changes to Park Avenue, which are slated to debut on Tuesday.Jay Hamburger / Park Record Park City officials are due […]

Summit County officials discuss strategies to alleviate housing ‘crisis’

The Village of Wintergreen brought nearly 200 affordable housing units to Keystone when it opened, the county’s largest recently completed workforce housing project. There is a shortage of workforce housing in Summit County, and local leaders are now considering ways to resolve what they are calling a crisis.Photo by Jason Connolly / Jason Connolly Photography […]

Dublin City Council to adjudicate one-off fines for illegal parking in bus and cycle lanes

DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL is set to introduce a new system of on-site fines to target people who park illegally on footpaths and in bus and cycle lanes. The pilot program, which goes into effect on June 1, will see tickets issued on-site to drivers who park illegally in certain locations. DCC said the project will […]

Grimsby hospital parking lot will close this month with a loss of 100 spaces

The main car park at Grimsby Hospital is due to close later this month as work on the new emergency department continues. The car park will be closed from Monday May 17th. Temporary parking for visitors will be available in the 147-space car park behind the crèche, and a new staff parking lot will also […]

UBI is dead; long live the guaranteed income

Building on this success, Tubbs launched an organization, Mayors for Guaranteed Income, to expand his town’s pilot project. To date, 42 mayors across America have signed on, and additional projects are now underway in cities of Hudson, New York, and Gary, Indiana, in Compton, California. Since SEED’s first year results were released in March, Tubbs […]

Op-Ed: Fair treatment for all owners

We are your neighbors. We own and care for homes that welcome guests to Door County, often in a neighborhood setting. Over 80% of our homes are owned by Wisconsinites. Our homes pay considerable lodging taxes in addition to property tax. If the ordinances currently under consideration in Sevastopol (and envisaged by other cantons) come […]

Daily Activity Report – May 6, 2021, San Diego Metro Magazine

Cubic Corporation claims a new headquarters for its “ Cubes ” Cubic Corporation, based in San Diego, calls its employees “Cubes,” a staff that now has a newly constructed headquarters in Kearny Mesa. “We are delighted that most of our San Diego Cubes are located on a campus, further enhancing our One Cubic culture which […]

NC coronavirus update May 5: UNC doctor says Biden’s goal of vaccinating 70% of adult Americans against COVID 19 by July 4 ‘reasonable’

RALEIGH, N.C. (WTVD) — Here are the latest updates about COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, in North Carolina. 4:54 p.m.The Halifax County Health Department reports just six new cases for a total of 5,545 positive COVID-19 cases. There have been 110 deaths — 1.98% of cases. 4:40 p.m.The Lee County Government Health […]

Tax breaks could revitalize CBD bars and restaurants and bring workers back to cities

“FBT’s suspension could mean that a company could reward an employee with a weekend and a meal and not get taxed,” he said. “This is a great initiative to boost our industry and also a way cash-strapped businesses can reward their employees. It would really be a win for all parties and make a difference, […]

House-sharing is not a crime | News, Sports, Jobs

House sharing is popular in the Adirondacks. Many visitors to Saranac Lake enjoy staying in historic residential neighborhoods, vacation cabins, downtown apartments, and other welcoming places. They rent out these homes through online services such as Airbnb, Vrbo, Adirondack “By the owner,” New York Rental By Owner and others. Clients who share a flat share […]

Registration for the student parking lot at the summer 2021 university park begins on May 6

UNIVERSITY PARK, PA – Registration for the student parking lot at University Park for the summer of 2021 will be available exclusively online on the Penn State Transportation Services website starting at noon on Thursday, May 6. All students, regardless of their semester level, can register for the summer parking lot. Information on the available […]

COVID 19 Automated Valet Parking (AVP) Technology Market In-depth Analysis Impacted, Including Key Players Robert Bosch GmbH., Daimler AG, Clarion Co. Ltd., Continental AG

Global Automated Valet Parking (AVP) Technology Market (Post Covid-19) Analysis of the size and forecasts until 2029: The global Automated Valet Parking (AVP) Technology Market research report is the product of a brief review and in-depth analysis of the realistic data collected from the Global Automated Valet Parking (AVP) Technology Market. The data was collected […]

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Enter the serviced apartment, which quickly becomes the force of hospitality to be reckoned with thanks to its sense of space, flexibility and profitability. By combining the amenities of a hotel – room service and luxury furnishings – with the benefits of an apartment (privacy, flexibility and space), it’s easy to see why serviced apartments […]

NCP, the parking group hit by a pandemic, seeks to reduce its rents

NCP multi-storey car park, Foundation Street, Ipswich, Suffolk, England. Photo: Geography Photos / Universal Images Group via Getty Images Parking giant NCP has begun a formal ‘last resort’ process to withdraw from contracts for unprofitable parking lots and implement rent cuts as it recovers from the impact of stay-at-home orders. due to the coronavirus pandemic. […]

NCP parking operator seeks to cut rents to survive

NCP car park The UK’s largest parking lot operator NCP has taken legal action to help it cut rents and break contracts for unprofitable parking lots. The NCP claims to have been “deeply affected” by the Covid pandemic, which has seen its income drop by 80%. Its Japanese owner Park24 told the company it would […]

Biden plans to boost transit – visionary funding or waste? | Political sausage

If President Joe Biden gets his way, the federal government will double public transit funding in the coming years. He sees it as an essential part of his proposed $2 trillion infrastructure package: a way to reduce traffic congestion, improve air quality and meet rider demand. Public transit supporters say it’s a bold move — […]

10 races back in the valley this summer: Tricia’s summer selections

A mountain biker participates in Camp Hale Hup last August. The city mountain bike racing series returns for its 38th year.Bobby Cornwell / Daily Special Last week’s picks highlighted a number of events returning for the summer of 2021 after a hiatus in 2020 due to the pandemic. Many competitions are coming back or will […]