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Housing and Urban Planning

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  • Sound of early-morning laundry routine agitates neighbor

    Sound of early-morning laundry routine agitates neighbor
    Q. I live in a condo and the neighbor below me complains about the sounds of my washing machine when operated at 6 a.m. Can a complaining unit owner dictate what hours I can use my appliances because he finds the noises bothersome? A. A common provision...
  • North Haven Housing Authority Chairman Charged With Sex Assault

    NORTH HAVEN — The chairman of the North Haven Housing Authority was arrested Tuesday and charged with sexual assault after a year-long investigation into an incident at his Mountain Brook Road home in October 2013, police said. Ralph Cook, 49,...
  • Reader feedback Nov. 19: Prescription drugs stolen, Lincoln Park Apartments almost vacant

    Police seek man they say stole prescription drugs The Newport News Police Department is investigating after someone stole prescription drugs from a Rite Aid pharmacy, a spokesman said. The incident happened at 671 J. Clyde Morris Blvd. at about 8 p.m....
  • Ronald Leonard, Palm Beach County educator and leader, 63

    Ronald Leonard, Palm Beach County educator and leader, 63
    In Ronald Leonard's first year of teaching, he dressed so sharply that his students would draw pictures of him in his dress shirts and ties. He always wanted to look good, said his wife, Anne Leonard, because he wanted to be a good example. He was a...
  • John Kass: 'Fighting Jane' battled the machine and won

    Did she ever get steamed up at a negative portrayal in the media -- and there were many -- then have a few drinks and call the reporters to give them angry editorial criticism? Sure she did. Often. And the time she became furious with her husband, Jay...
  • Windham celebrates conservation

    On Nov. 10, the Windham Energy Commission hosted a Celebration of Innovation at town hall's Bellingham Auditorium. "We started by trying to figure out who should get awards," said Commission chair Jean de Smet. But it soon became clear that many people...
  • Hires and promotions at Lehigh Valley businesses

    Hires and promotions at Lehigh Valley businesses
    ANDREW FINKELSTEIN has recently been appointed vice president of compliance and Medicare compliance officer at Health Partners Plans in Philadelphia. Finkelstein, a Lehigh County resident, will be responsible for the development, management and...
  • New head of Chicago housing agency faces challenging role

    New head of Chicago housing agency faces challenging role
    Kristin Faust has many concerns when it comes to housing, homeownership and neighborhoods, but prime among them is the disappearance of the middle class. Less than two months into her new job as president of Neighborhood Housing Services of Chicago,...
  • Mount Dora to hold ribbon-cutting for Tremain Street Greenway

    Mount Dora to hold ribbon-cutting for Tremain Street Greenway
    MOUNT DORA — Put on your walking shoes, climb on a bike or grab the stroller. City officials will mark the completion of a new bike path and walking trail on Saturday. A ribbon-cutting and grand-opening celebration for the Tremain Street...
  • New York officer shot dead unarmed man in Brooklyn, report says

    New York officer shot dead unarmed man in Brooklyn, report says
    A New York City police officer on routine patrol shot and killed an unarmed man in the dimly lit stairwell of a public housing project in Brooklyn, the New York Times reported on Friday. The uniformed officer and his partner encountered the 28-year-old...
  • Plans for the Luxe get replaced with Lakeside Crossing Winter Park

    Plans for the Luxe get replaced with Lakeside Crossing Winter Park
    New apartments are out, and restaurants and retail are in. And now it’s up to the city government to decide if that’s what they want. Last week, Chuck Whittall, the president of Unicorp National Developments, officially withdrew his...