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The newspaper reported last week that North Las Vegas city leaders, who considered and rejected a similar plan, have yet to be reimbursed the $55,000 they incurred in legal fees while performing due diligence
The company they say promised to make good on that expense was their partner, Mortgage Resolution Partners. That's the same company that's now partnered with Richmond.
Sure, that's one interpretation. Here's another: Residents' vocal displeasure over the plan persuaded the developer to reduce and revise the project to 45 single-family homes, illustrating what regional authorities have contended all along:
Communities will have the last say over local growth.
Findings showed that 52 percent of registered voters in the Bay Area think transit workers should be denied the right to strike, and by only a slim margin (45-41) do they think unions do more good than harm.
If Amalgamated Transit and Service Employees International union representatives do their usual good work and continue to play hardball with management over a disputed six-week-paid family leave provision, they probably can alienate their customers even further.
Some purchased expensive cars, only to have to return them. Some paid for vacations they later realized they couldn't afford. "The best way to learn is to learn by failing, so we set them up to fail," said Tena Lozano, of the Richard Myles Johnson Foundation, which created the exercise.
The busiest station near the end of the event was the one where local credit union representatives advised overspenders where to cut back. The quote of the day came from a student suddenly struck by the difficulty of staying within a budget: "I feel so sorry for my parents."
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