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  • Kuboo's Boutique Takes Advantage Of Better West Hartford Center Rents

    Kuboo's Boutique Takes Advantage Of Better West Hartford Center Rents
    Renata Kirejczyk, owner of Kuboo's, a children's clothing boutique, doesn't plan to hire movers or a truck during the transition to its new location — a larger, more prominent space on Farmington Avenue. Kirejczyk, a slender 31-year-old, plans to...
  • OUC may cut water and power to Orlando's $700M Veranda Park town center

    Starting today, the lights could literally go out at Veranda Park. While developer Kevin Azzouz battles foreclosures and bankruptcies to salvage his $700 million west Orlando town center, the end could come through a power switch and a water spigot. The...
  • Ground rent owners sue for compensation

    Dozens of Maryland's largest holders of ground rents sued the state yesterday, seeking compensation that could exceed $400 million, contending that ground rent reform laws effectively seized their property. The 23-page lawsuit, filed in Anne Arundel...
  • Leeway sought on ground rents

    Community activists are urging Maryland lawmakers to allow nonprofit groups to use ground leases to provide affordable housing, a move that some say will return a ground rent system marred by abuses in recent years to its intended purpose. A House...
  • Reeling in the fun

    Reeling in the fun
    Take away the boardwalk fries, the crowded streets, the saltwater taffy, the "I'm With Stupid" T-shirts, and what do you have? Pocomoke River State Park. Granted, there are some other trade-offs involved in swapping Ocean City for the greater Pocomoke...
  • What's in Chicago aldermen's expense accounts

    What's in Chicago aldermen's expense accounts
    Chicago aldermen have used their newly expanded, taxpayer-funded expense accounts to hire relatives, lease expensive vehicles and pay for downtown parking, according to a Tribune analysis. The money -- up to $73,280 for each of the 50 City Council...
  • Guidelines can help make renting out a room a livable situation

    Renting out a room in his home was both a financial necessity for Christopher Paulsen and a hedge against loneliness. "It was like empty nest syndrome, and I thought I could use a few bucks to offset costs," said Paulsen, 48, whose youngest son left home...
  • Phil Angelides: The Columbo of Wall Street

    Phil Angelides: The Columbo of Wall Street
    One very scary year ago this week, we were tipping headfirst into an economic black hole that threatened to suck down the global economy. How did it happen? Congress has created a 10-member citizens commission to find out. At its head is Phil Angelides,...
  • Can Brentwood Country Mart re-create its success?

    Can Brentwood Country Mart re-create its success?
    With its picnic tables, overfed pigeons and fast-food stands, the kitschy barn-themed shopping center looks like a throwback from an era before air-conditioned malls took over the retail world. There are no department stores and no glittering retail names...
  • Pawlowski aggressive in fight against blight

    Ardie Peeters has never met his neighbor. The 56-year-old doesn't think Adam Thor, whose family owns the property next door on Chew Street, spends much time in the Allentown neighborhood. If he did, Peeters said, he too might be bothered by the noise and...
  • Worker: HDO greased way

    Worker: HDO greased way
    Denise Alcantar had applied for jobs at the city without success—until she filled out an application to become a city truck driver at a meeting of the Hispanic Democratic Organization. Not long after that HDO meeting at a motorcyclists' club, the...