Richfield Real Estate News
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Sep 30, 2015 | via Daily Kos
Believe it or not, after months of negotiations, and after both AFSCME 3800 and AFSCME 3937 have filed for mediation, the University of Minnesota is still offering its unionized staff cost of living raises of less than 1%! The petition delivery 2 weeks ago has had no discernible impact yet. So yesterday we held a larger rally, scheduled just before AFSCME 3800's negotiating team met with management. Comment?
Sep 17, 2015 | via Star Tribune
More than a half century after George and Marvel Buck took a second mortgage on their Richfield home to open Buck's Unpainted Furniture on E. Lake Street in Minneapolis, the family-owned business is closing its last remaining store. George and Marvel Buck's four sons grew the wood furniture business to a peak of five Twin Cities stores and sales of around $5 million for several years through 2000. Comment?
Sep 8, 2015 | via FindLaw
Considered and decided by JOHNSON, Presiding Judge; KIRK, Judge; and TOUSSAINT, Judge.* Gary Van Winkle, Andrew P. Schaffer, Galen Robinson, Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid, Minneapolis, MN, for appellant. Donald Driggs, Spring Park, MN, pro se respondent. Comment?
Aug 24, 2015 | via TheStreet.com
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Aug 19, 2015 | via Star Tribune
Bell State Bank & Trust and Sterling Real Estate Trust have partnered to buy Northland Plaza, a prominent 15-story tower near the intersection of Interstate 494 and France Avenue in Bloomington, for $52.5 million. The Fargo, N.D.-based companies last Thursday finalized the purchase of 3800 W. American Blvd. from MetLife, according to public documents. Comment?
Oct 13, 2015 | via City Pages
In rural America a firm handshake means something. Molecular gastronomy does not. Comment?
Oct 3, 2015 | via Star Tribune
Lena Olive Smith, Minnesota's first black woman lawyer, was a real estate agent when she began going to law school at night, prompted by inequities she had seen for clients. More than a million people turned out 50 years ago, many with blankets to blunt the 38-degree chill in Washington, D.C. They'd come to watch the inauguration of President Lyndon Johnson - sworn in for a full term less than 14 months after being thrust into the job by John Kennedy's assassination. Comment?
Oct 1, 2015 | via TwinCities
Labor and social justice groups campaigning against Minnesota's largest banks have taken their fight to St. Paul teacher contract negotiations. Minnesotans for a Fair Economy and their allies are blaming U.S. Bank and Wells Fargo for what they say is the state's underinvestment in K-12 education. Comment?
Sep 28, 2015 | via KSTP
Several insurers are pushing premium hikes, ranging from 20 to more than 50 percent, for Minnesotans who have purchased individual insurance plans. The rate increases would not apply to those insured through their employer. Comment?
Sep 12, 2015 | via MySanAntonio.com
A year ago, Kim and Ryan Kasl found themselves stretched, stressed and exhausted. They were both working full-time while raising two children. Comment?
8 min ago | via The New Zealand Herald
More than $11 billion is owed to the student loans scheme - and an expert is warning the debt is having huge consequences. Student loan debt grew by more than $3 billion in the past five years to $11,688,600,000 as of June 30, according to Inland Revenue figures released under the Official Information Act. Comment?
22 min ago | via Insurance Journal West
American International Group Inc., the insurer being pressured by activist investor Carl Icahn to boost returns, is considering the sale of blocks of life policies, according to people familiar with the company's planning. AIG is weighing the exit of some books of insurance contracts among other options, which could include the sale of life units, said the people, who asked not to be identified discussing private deliberations. Comment?
49 min ago | via The Real Deal
From the South Florida Market Report: Palm Beach County's residential real estate sector is heating up, thanks in part to banks' willingness to issue loans again after a reduction in the number of distressed properties in the area. The Realtors Association of the Palm Beaches reported that single-family homes were selling faster and at higher prices in this year's second quarter compared with the same period in 2014. Comment?
54 min ago | via Patch.com
A common meal item or ingredient is likely to blame for outbreak that has hospitalized 16 people in six states, the CDC says. Comment?
1 hr ago | via The Advocate
Advocate file photo by LEE CELANO - Children depart a bus on the first day of school at LJ Alleman Middle School in Lafayette August 12, 2014. Advocate staff file photo by LESLIE WESTBROOK -- Students get off of a Lafayette Parish school bus on Van Buren Drive on Thursday, Nov. 12, 2015, in Lafayette, La. Comment?
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