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  • Email: Official Fears Hartford Stadium Could Harm XL Center Plan

    Email: Official Fears Hartford Stadium Could Harm XL Center Plan
    HARTFORD — The city's proposal to build a minor league baseball stadium could derail plans for a new XL Center or compete with the existing downtown arena, a top development official said in an email obtained by The Courant. Suzanne Hopgood,...
  • Council moves toward new motel standards

    Council moves toward new motel standards
    The Costa Mesa City Council on Tuesday approved the first reading of an ordinance that would require motels to seek new permits and maintain new standards if they wish to house long-term tenants. While supporters argued that the rules would help make...
  • Planners penalize Motor Inn for health and safety violations

    Planners penalize Motor Inn for health and safety violations
    Following a nearly two-hour hearing during which dozens of photographs documenting health and safety violations were presented, the Planning Commission amended the Costa Mesa Motor Inn's operating permit Monday night. The unanimous decision declared the...
  • Winnetka considers fire sprinklers for all commercial buildings

    Winnetka considers fire sprinklers for all commercial buildings
    Winnetka officials are considering a proposal that would require all commercial buildings to be equipped with fire sprinklers within five years. The village passed an ordinance in 1977 requiring that sprinklers be installed in commercial buildings...
  • $500,000 in TIF funds recommended for former hotel site

    $500,000 in TIF funds recommended for former hotel site
    With questions over potential tenants answered, two of three members of Elmhurst's Finance Committee agreed Monday to recommend approval of up to $500,000 in tax increment financing funds for the developer of the former Waverton Hotel site. The project,...
  • Enjoying the great outdoors -- without roughing it -- in Florida

    Enjoying the great outdoors -- without roughing it -- in Florida
    For those who love to get away from it all to enjoy the great outdoors — but definitely prefer to do so without roughing it — there is a trend that is growing in popularity: “glamping” or glamorous camping. Here are some options in...
  • Make your day on Catalina Island

    Very well done article on Santa Catalina ["Beyond Avalon," by Rosemary McClure, May 25]. Savvy visitors can also visit free of charge on Catalina Express on their birthday, which is a significant savings off the $74.50 fare. The only caveat is that you...
  • Post-foreclosure evictions haunt some renters

    Post-foreclosure evictions haunt some renters
    The housing crisis caused thousands of renters to worry about their living arrangements as their apartment buildings went into foreclosure. But another worry may be their credit reports. In 2008, Illinois passed a law ordering that post-foreclosure-...
  • Thrifty mixes up 2 Chicago-area car rental customers

    Thrifty mixes up 2 Chicago-area car rental customers
    Lindsey M. Clark did not rent a car from Thrifty in San Diego last month, but Lindsey A. Clark did. Sound confusing? It certainly was for Thrifty. The rental car company, owned by Hertz, apparently combined information from the two Chicago-area...
  • Shopping center cracks down on parking rules

    Shopping center cracks down on parking rules
    Orland Park shoppers might want to watch where they park, particularly around the neighboring Michael's Plaza and Ravinia Plaza shopping centers on La Grange Road. A couple of residents complained to the village about the parking crackdown, saying their...
  • Rents slide for major mall tenants

    Rents slide for major mall tenants
    While the Chicago area’s best shopping centers have been able to keep their anchor spaces filled, middle- and low-tier malls are having a harder time landing major tenants, accounting for a 20 percent drop in average anchor rents this year....