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Settlement sought in dispute over Westport land eyed for high-speed rail project

Baltimore Sun 23 Aug 2023
A long-simmering legal dispute over vacant waterfront land in Westport could be resolved without a trial, as the developer planning a community there and the operator of proposed high speed rail said Tuesday they hope to reach a settlement ... .

Pickleball players push back after plan for club at historic Richmond site gets nixed

The Mercury News 20 Aug 2023
But Hong is adamant that their proposal does check all the legal boxes to operate on the waterfront and in the process of resubmitting clarified paperwork about the project, which she hopes will be sorted before the Craneway’s events cease in December.

A new way to get high in Amsterdam: Luxury hotel in a towering crane

New York Post 18 Aug 2023
More On. surreal estate. ‘World’s cheapest home’ with ‘avant-garde floor hole’ lists for $1 in Michigan ... A Connecticut island with waterfront ranch lists for $1.5M. Amsterdam, long a popular destination for travelers looking for legal weed, is offering a unique new way to get high ... Jam Press/Host Unusual ... ....

Widowed grandma flipping seaside mansion she won for just $31 dollars into eye-popping $6M

New York Post 03 Aug 2023
The property was said to be the biggest-ever house prize to be given away in a draw in Britain and came mortgage free, with all stamp duty and legal fees covered ... The property was said to be the biggest-ever house prize to be given away in a draw in Britain and came mortgage free, with all stamp duty and legal fees covered.

Family of Henrietta Lacks celebrates settlement of HeLa cell lawsuit against biotech giant

Hastings Tribune 01 Aug 2023
Lack’s grandchildren and other descendants gathered Tuesday morning at Canton Waterfront Park with Crump and other members of the legal team to celebrate the settlement and mark what would have been Lacks’ 103rd birthday ... “We are proceeding forward on a well established legal principle of unjust enrichment,” Crump said.

NJ State Police Replace Famed Waterfront Commission in Port Crime Fight

The Maritime Executive 19 Jul 2023
It brings to a close a five-year legal battle that went to the U.S. Supreme Court and seventy years of oversight of the port by the famed Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor. The New Jersey State Police and its Port Security Section assumed the duties of the Waterfront Commission as of July 17.

Here's everything to know about RI's new shoreline access law before you head to the beach

The Providence Journal 18 Jul 2023
Legally, there's nothing stopping you from gathering seaweed from the beach while, less than a foot away, the homeowner hosts a cocktail party on their deck ... Waterfront Warwick neighborhoods are full of 'No Parking' signs. Many aren't legal ... The pop star's oceanfront home in Westerly sits on top of a legally-permitted seawall.

More public access to shore

Castanet 04 Jul 2023
You may have noticed that, compared to many other places, it's really difficult to walk more than a short distance along our waterfront ... The city has increased public accessibility to our lake by adding a few waterfront parks in the last several years.

Kelowna pilot program allowing consumption of alcohol at three parks begins today

Castanet 04 Jul 2023
Beginning at noon today you won't have to be sneaky if you want to have a drink at one of three waterfront parks in Kelowna. The city is kicking off a three month pilot program that will make it legal for people to consume alcohol at Waterfront Park and Tugboat Beach, Kinsman Park and Boyce Gyro Park through Oct ... ....

Preparing for the Fourth of July

Santa Barbara News-Press 28 Jun 2023
Drescher said ... FIREWORKS ARE ILLEGAL ... In Santa Barbara, the only legal fireworks are blasting off from the waterfront during the official City Fourth of July Celebration, hosted by the Waterfront and Parks and Recreation departments ... Also, officers will be assigned to foot patrols along the State Street Promenade and waterfront area on July 4 ... email.

Kevin Costner’s wife Christine requests $248K a month in child support: Breaking down their divorce demands

AOL 23 Jun 2023
In a legal declaration, Kevin demanded that Christine move out of their waterfront home in Carpinteria, Calif ... Christine responded in a filing saying basically that he had no “legal” right to kick her — and their children — out of the family’s longtime home.

Lighting fireworks for Fourth of July in Sarasota-Bradenton? Here are 3 things to know

Sarasota Herald-Tribune 22 Jun 2023
Fourth of July is almost upon us. It’s time for barbecues, family and those magical, sputtering, glowing things we call fireworks ... Do not light them on grass. Looking for dinnner? Best waterfront restaurants with outdoor seating in Sarasota and what to eat, drink there!Are fireworks legal in Sarasota-Manatee on the Fourth of July? ... Fireworks permitted.

How Jersey City’s new right-to-counsel program will work and what to expect in court

NJ 21 Jun 2023
Typically, when an eviction case starts, the parties are first brought into what’s called a “case management conference,” according to Lissette Diaz, the legal director of the Waterfront Project, a nonprofit that currently provides free legal services to tenants.

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