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“Property taxpayers shouldn’t be socked to make up the difference when big companies leave New Jersey over higher taxes and costs,” said Schepisi. “We have to put the breaks on these built in tax hikes to protect the residents and businesses th…

Iowa Home Prices and Sales Continue to Rise

Home sale prices continue to rise while home sales are up and homes are selling faster than last year according to the Iowa Association of REALTORS® (IAR).

Commission OKs Idaho Power proposal to operate its own demand response program

Idaho Power maintains it can operate a program at less cost and with better or equal results than has the third-party vendor that has been operating the program since 2009. The “Flex Peak” program, previously operated by EnerNoc Inc., provided fina…

Spring season busy for real estate

South Carolina REALTORS® (SCR) today released its April real estate market data revealing a busy spring for buyers and sellers. New Listings were up three percent to 10,953 while Pending Sales increased almost four percent to 6,661. Inventory shrank b…

Burr Fights for Veterans and Military Family Members Exposed to Contaminated Water

U.S. Senator Richard Burr (R-NC) released the following statement in response to the meeting between officials from the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, officials from the Veterans Administration, representatives from North Carolina’…

City Demolishes Blighted Magic City Ice Building

“This dilapidated eyesore will no longer greet residents and visitors as they enter the City,” said Mayor David. “As we invest millions in the Front Street Gateway Project, demolishing this building will provide a fresh start for the First Ward. …

Whitfield Addresses the Kentucky Association of Realtors

U.S. Rep. Ed Whitfield (KY-01), Chairman of the House Subcommittee on Energy and Power, spoke in Washington today to representatives of the Kentucky Association of Realtors

The Atlanta Board of REALTORS® Releases April 2015 Statistics on Housing Market

The Atlanta Board of REALTORS® (ABR), the largest association of its kind in Georgia, released its April 2015 Market Brief on residential housing statistics for 11 area counties in metro-Atlanta. Market Brief, now compiled by First Multiple Listing S…

Reed: Victory for Landowners and Property Rights Advocates

Tom Reed applauds tonight’s House passage of the Regulatory Integrity Protection Act, H.R. 1732, which protects landowners from intrusive government and ensures the protection of personal property.

New Administrator Reports for Illinois Veterans’ Home – LaSalle

The Illinois Department of Veterans’ Affairs announced today that following an extensive selection process, Sherri Whitmer of Princeton, Illinois is now the Veterans Home Administrator for the Illinois Veterans’ Home – LaSalle (IVH-LaSalle)

Herrera demands McDonald’s Corp. clean up drugs, nuisances at its Haight-Ashbury property

City Attorney Dennis Herrera sent a pre-litigation demand letter and draft complaint to McDonald’s Corporation this afternoon, informing the Oak Brook, Ill.-based fast-food giant of its civil liability for violations of the California Drug Abatement Ac…

Superior earns Leadership Certification

Superior, Neb. (pop. 1,918) has earned designation in the Nebraska Department of Economic Development’s Certified Leadership Community Program. It is the sixth community to earn certification, joining Tecumseh, Madison, Central City, Neligh and Cambr…

Kansas City Real Estate Firm Celebrates 90 Years of Innovation

United Country Real Estate – the nation’s leading lifestyle, small city and rural real estate company – is celebrating its 90-year anniversary during May, the month the firm was established in 1925. Founded by Roscoe Chamberlain in Kansas City, M…

Governor Asa Hutchinson Declares Disaster Area; Assesses Damage in SW Arkansas

Governor Asa Hutchinson today issued a proclamation declaring Franklin, Garland, Howard, Izard, Johnson, Montgomery, Newton, Pike, Pope and Searcy counties a disaster area. Severe storms, flooding and tornadoes that began May 8 killed two Arkansans and…

New Research Shows Too Many in Pittsburgh Paying Too Much of their Income in Rent

The Building Inclusive Communities Work Group, made up of organizations who love Pittsburgh and value its history and diversity, joined the Housing Alliance of Pennsylvania today for the release of “Building Inclusive Communities: A Review of Local C…

Councilmember Godden’s Statement on Sisley Property Review

Councilmember Jean Godden today issued the following statement in response to Mayor Murray’s directive that the Department of Neighborhoods and the Department of Planning & Development begin a 60-day review of options for the Sisley properties in …

Department of the Interior Proposes Rules Regarding the Hawaiian Home Lands Trust

The Department is seeking comments on proposed Federal rules that seek to clarify how we review land exchanges involving Hawaiian home lands and amendments to the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act proposed by the State of Hawai

CFO Atwater Delivers $27,000 Unclaimed Property Check to Palm Beach County Resident

This morning, Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater hand-delivered an unclaimed property check for more than $27,000 to West Palm Beach resident Michael Weber. This check delivery occurred in concert with the Department of Financial Services’ Bureau o…

Intruder Charged with Stalking, Breaking into Chris Brown’s Home

A female suspected of breaking into singer Chris Brown’s Agoura Hills home, living there for several days and vandalizing his property was charged today, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced.


The bill, A-1286/S-2439 allows school districts to establish a special account using federal dollars to offset the loss of property taxes from federal property. At the same time, it prevents the state from reducing education aid because of the federal …