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  • NY state budget deal: Big tax cut for yacht owners

    There's no minimum wage hike or property tax relief, but New York lawmakers did insert a tax cut for luxury yachts in this year's state budget agreement, the details of which emerged Monday just as lawmakers prepared to vote. Cuomo and top lawmakers...
  • Who claims what property seized in Cuba? Facts and figures

    Soon after Fidel Castro came to power, his government seized the refineries, hotels and sugar plantations that were the most visible signs of the American hold on the island's economy. But a look at long-unsettled claims for what was taken shows that...
  • Realities of Real Estate: What do sellers need to disclose?

    Realities of Real Estate: What do sellers need to disclose?
    We've all heard the phrase "caveat emptor" which is Latin for "let the buyer beware." According to Wikipedia, the phrase caveat emptor "arises from the fact that buyers often have less information about the good or service they are purchasing, while the...
  • New tax, rebates are issues in Crestwood race

    New tax, rebates are issues in Crestwood race
    While Crestwood residents have two slates of candidates from which to select three trustees, they're also being asked to consider establishing a 1 percent local sales tax. And a promise by the village's mayor that half the money the new tax generates...
  • West L.A. neighborhood to be recognized as 'Sawtelle Japantown'

    West L.A. neighborhood to be recognized as 'Sawtelle Japantown'
    Life along Sawtelle Boulevard circa 1960 was a lark for 7-year-old Sandy Toshiyuki. If she wanted a hamburger or tacos at the nine-stool Ketchie’s stand or a loaf of Weber’s bread from Safe & Save Market, she would simply say: “...
  • DLP Realty gives employees tools to prosper

    DLP Realty gives employees tools to prosper
    For a while, real estate agent Chris Young thought he'd never find the right home — for his ambitions. Some agencies were too small. Some left him light on income. Then, five years ago, he found the answer to his workplace dreams in an ad on...
  • Disney works to keep its hit film 'Frozen' hot

    Disney works to keep its hit film 'Frozen' hot
    When it comes to the sassy princesses who star in Disney's hit film "Frozen," retailers don't want to let them go. Elsa and sister Anna, the animated duo behind the 2013 movie, have rapidly become the rulers of a retail empire that keeps expanding...
  • Columbus starts to see results from anti-blight program

    Officials in Columbus say they're starting to see results from a land bank program aimed at reducing neighborhood blight. The city has taken possession of nearly 1,000 properties, most containing homes and condominiums, since it began the program three...
  • Homeowners may get way to opt off historic inventory list

    Laguna Beach residents who want their houses removed from a list of historically significant places, a designation that they say hinders them from making changes to their properties, may get their wish. The City Council told residents at its March 17...
  • Aurora may sell Fox Valley Golf Course

    Aurora may sell Fox Valley Golf Course
    A Michigan-based development company wants to buy the Fox Valley Golf Course and turn it into a site for senior citizen housing. Odawa Development, LLC, has offered to purchase the 106-acre golf course and banquet facility at 2500 North River Road...
  • North Carolina editorial roundup

    Recent editorials from North Carolina newspapers: March 25 Fayetteville (North Carolina) Observer, on property tax credit and restoring historic properties: A state tax credit that for years helped raise historic properties from the dead may itself...