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Yesterday | via Cleveland.com
Planners are gearing up to use a new kind of zoning, a new design review district and other tools and techniques to realize the economic and aesthetic potential of the $331 million Opportunity Corridor boulevard scheduled for completion in 2019. The goal is to avoid lowest common denominator development that might otherwise occur along the three-mile, 35 mph roadway, designed to connect the stub end of I-490 at East 55th Street to University Circle . Comment?
Monday May 4 | via Cleveland.com
Cleveland Heights plans to use $556,000 in Cuyahoa County grant money to tear down 49 vacant and dilapidated houses. Meanwhile, Shaker Heights was awarded $885,000 to demolish 20 houses and buildings, including the former Qua Buick dealership and Unity Church on Warrensville Center Road. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 28 | via Cleveland.com
That will spare the house -- built in 1922 on a triangular lot at the intersection of Courtland Boulevard and Manchester Road -- from the wrecking ball, thanks in large part to the intervention of local officials and the Cleveland Restoration Society. "This home, with some of the most noteworthy examples of Van Sweringen architecture, would have fallen into the no man's land of the mortgage foreclosure crisis had we not acted, created the designation and followed through on it," said Councilwoman and Landmark Commission Chair Nancy Moore. Comment?
Apr 19, 2015 | via Recordpub.com
Statistics provided by the Ohio Supreme Court show that foreclosure filings declined in the state in 2014 for the fifth straight year. Comment?
Jun 24, 2009 | via Examiner.com
It sounds like a simple enough question, but the answer will probably surprise you. Most people would say that to stage their homes, they should start by de-cluttering. Comment?
Thursday May 21 | via Insurance News Net
A bill that would significantly reduce federal agencies' authority to regulate insurance companies was reported out of committee today, despite it being unlikely to win enough votes in its present form to become law. The bill will likely need significant narrowing before it can win enough votes to be enacted. Comment?
Sunday May 24 | via The Columbus Dispatch
As spring home sales kick into gear, central Ohio shoppers are discovering that in some neighborhoods the old rules of home-buying no longer apply. Instead, they must learn the meaning of phrases such as "escalation clauses," "highest-and-best offers," "no-remedy inspections" and "curbside offers." Comment?
Tuesday May 19 | via Washington Examiner
Democrats on the Senate Banking Committee have countered Republican Chairman Richard Shelby's proposal to overhaul banking regulation with a plan of their own, one that would limit deregulation to small banks and credit unions. The outline, released by the panel's ranking Democrat, Sen. Sherrod Brown of Ohio, two days before a scheduled mark-up, mostly retains the community bank provisions of Shelby's reform, while dropping a range of other items that liberals had criticized as giveaways to Wall Street. Comment?
Thursday May 21 | via Los Angeles Times
A Senate committee Thursday voted to ease some of the financial regulations enacted in 2010, approving legislation that Republicans said would help small banks avoid burdensome rules but that Democrats charged would help big Wall Street firms as well. The 12-10 vote in the Senate Banking Committee split along party lines, demonstrating the sharp partisan divisions that still exist nearly five years after the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act was approved in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis. Comment?
Monday May 18 | via Press
The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation has proposed more changes to the state's formula for farmland valuation, saying the reforms would result in more accurate valuations that reflect the economic conditions the agricultural sector is facing. In a May 13 letter to the Ohio Department of Taxation, the Farm Bureau contends the changes to the Current Agricultural Use Valuation program would also encourage more participation in conservation practices. Comment?
5 min ago | via The Daily News
Those changes include the bank's conversion to a state-chartered institution, the establishment of the Paragon Small Business Capital Group and the completion of the Paragon Wealth Management team. Those were among the highlights recapped by Paragon CEO Robert Shaw , chief financial officer Lewis Perkins and president and chief operating officer Mike Edwards , who all presented a list of accomplishments and financials from the past year, as well as strategic priorities for 2015. Comment?
7 min ago | via USA Today
Former Lehman Brothers chief Dick Fuld spoke publicly for the first time on Thursday in part to pave the way for this summer's relaunch of the National Stock Exchange, which Fuld part owns, his business partner told USA TODAY. Lehman boss to launch stock exchange this summer Former Lehman Brothers chief Dick Fuld spoke publicly for the first time on Thursday in part to pave the way for this summer's relaunch of the National Stock Exchange, which Fuld part owns, his business partner told USA TODAY. Comment?
1 hr ago | via Mortgage News Daily
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10 min ago | via The Globe and Mail
Daniel Bell, a youth pastor, is seen here with his wife and freelance writer Brianna Bell and their two children Penny, 3, and Georgia, 1, outside of their basement apartment in Guelph, Ont., on May 25. Daniel Bell, a youth pastor, is seen here with his wife and freelance writer Brianna Bell and their two children Penny, 3, and Georgia, 1, outside of their basement apartment in Guelph, Ont., on May 25. Determined to live within their means, the four members of the Bell family made a drastic move about a year ago. They went from a rented 1,400-square-foot townhouse in their town of Guelph, Ont., to what the 25-year-old Ms. Comment?
10 min ago | via KOLD-TV Tucson
PHOENIX - The Arizona Court of Appeals says a protection that borrowers have under state law for residential mortgage-related debt doesn't apply to people who guarantee to back those loans. Arizona law bars going after a borrower for mortgage debt above what's recovered through foreclosure, and a 2013 Court of Appeals ruling said borrowers can't waive that protection. Comment?
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