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Peachland property sells for nearly $1 million over assessed value

Info News 13 Nov 2021
Two properties in Peachland sold for $1 million over the combined assessed value last week.  ... According to the latest figures from B.C. Assessment, 5766 Beach Ave ... in Peachland ... READ MORE. Peachland mayor may have deciding vote on controversial waterfront condo. But despite the legal victory ground was never broken on the five-storey project.
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Construction begins on Outer Harbor events space, music pavilion

The Buffalo News 09 Nov 2021
A state agency's vote approving $13 million toward the project means construction and landscape work could soon start, barring any legal setbacks, on converting 8 acres into an events and concert space. "This represents the new waterfront for our community," Rep ... Mark Sommer covers preservation, development, the waterfront, culture and more.
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BC Dock Owners Association raises $120K to fight for Mara Lake access (Salmon Arm)

Castanet 05 Nov 2021
... beneficial solution to the impact of Columbia-Shuswap Regional District's bylaw 900 and the draconian 'crossing agreements' proposed by CSRD which would permit the CSRD to remove semi-waterfront docks," a GoFundMe campaign to fund the legal battle states.
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Rockland pursuing agreement with private marina to preserve public access to waterfront boardwalk

Bangor Daily News 02 Nov 2021
ROCKLAND, Maine ― For two decades, the public has been allowed to use a boardwalk along Rockland Harbor without any type of legal agreement between the city and waterfront property owners. But with a changing waterfront, city officials are working to ensure access remains in a more formal way.
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NIWA promises to protect investments on waterfront with approvals

Business Day Online 01 Nov 2021
The National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA) has on Monday promised to protect investments and projects on Federal waterfront that are legally approved by it from unbridled harassment from parties not known to the law ... The statement warned all trespassers to be well guided, be circumspect or face the wrath of the Federal Government ... Read also ... .
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NJ counties, cities gave out only 25% of COVID rental aid, putting remainder at risk

Burlington County Times 28 Oct 2021
... before they knew how much money they would receive, and allowed case workers to help people fill out applications over the phone, said Rebecca Symes, executive director of the Waterfront Project, a Jersey City-based nonprofit that provides legal services to low income families.
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San Joaquin County Jury Convicts Man In Brutal Beating Of Woman In Stockton

CBS Sports 26 Oct 2021
San Francisco Chinatown Businesses Targeted In ADA Lawsuits Getting Additional Legal Help. Stockton police said they were dispatched to the University Plaza Waterfront Hotel on Sept. 11, 2019, and found a woman with black eyes, lacerations on her nose and lip, and bruising on her ears, arms, legs and neck ... Burgess will return to court on Dec ... .
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Justice Dept. lawyers don’t see a case for a mob watchdog on the waterfront

NJ dot com 20 Oct 2021
The continuing legal battle over the fate of the Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor — a bi-state agency created more than 65 years ago to police the region’s ports — is not a case for the nation’s highest court, the U.S ... In a final appeal, lawyers for the Waterfront Commission went to the U.S.
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US firm’s actions could have ‘catastrophic’ consequences, Ronan company tells court

The Irish Times 19 Oct 2021
Mr Doherty, for Ronan Group Real Estate Ltd (RGRE) and four related companies, applied on Tuesday for an urgent hearing of their application to continue an injunction restraining the appointment of a receiver over assets of the Waterfront development ... Digital Bridge owns 70 per cent of the Waterfront development.
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US firm’s actions could have ‘catastrophic’ consequences, Ronan companies tell court

The Irish Times 19 Oct 2021
Mr Doherty, for Ronan Group Real Estate Ltd (RGRE) and four related companies, applied on Tuesday for an urgent hearing of their application to continue an injunction restraining the appointment of a receiver over assets of the Waterfront development ... Digital Bridge owns 70 per cent of the Waterfront development.
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Johnny Ronan backer says €317m debt was due in September

Irish Independent 16 Oct 2021
The legal action stems from a wider dispute between RGRE and Digital Bridge, which owns 70pc of the Waterfront development, after the US group decided in June to wrap its share of their wider Irish joint ventures in a sale of $2.7bn of international real-estate assets to New York-based Fortress Investment Group.
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Johnny Ronan secures injunction against Colony on Waterfront project

The Irish Times 12 Oct 2021
The legal action stems from a wider dispute between RGRE and Colony, which owns 70 per cent of the Waterfront development, after the US group decided in June to wrap its share of their wider Irish joint ventures in a sale of $2.7 billion of international real-estate assets to New York-based Fortress Investment Group.
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A little-known deal allows public beach access at Gaspee Point in Warwick

The Providence Journal 10 Oct 2021
"It's always been a gated community, now it can't be." ... More. Waterfront Warwick neighborhoods are full of 'No Parking' signs. Many aren't legal ... For families living in the urban heart of Providence and surrounded by an industrial waterfront, Gaspee Point would be the closest place to find a sandy beach, he explained. . More ... More.
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Armed with dusty old maps, activists fight to reclaim beach access in Weekapaug

The Providence Journal 01 Oct 2021
Weber, then 20, went to Westerly Town Hall and came away with a map that he held on to for years ... More. Waterfront Warwick neighborhoods are full of 'No Parking' signs. Many aren't legal ... But it needs to be used." ... In summer 2008, Westerly's Town Council asked for a legal opinion on whether Spring Avenue could potentially be a public right of way.
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Editorial: Florida manatees no longer ‘endangered?’ When they’re dying in record numbers?

Daily Camera 27 Sep 2021
... population and habitat, but it was also under pressure from a petition filed by the Pacific Legal Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to limited government that represented waterfront property owners in Crystal River, a West Coast manatee haven, as the Sun Sentinel reported Friday.
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