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Charleston port's weighty labor dispute is all about the heavy lift

The Post and Courier 03 May 2021
A turf battle that's busted out on the leading edge of the Charleston waterfront gets an early hearing in court this week ... Like many legal proceedings in the COVID-19 era, the parties will make their cases via a Zoom meeting ... The waterfront union is seeking $200 million in damages.
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Nate Monroe: The life and death of Berkman 2, Jacksonville's cursed waterfront tower

The Florida Times Union 28 Apr 2021
Tragedy and human error conspired to deliver Jacksonville's benighted waterfront the skeletal Berkman Plaza 2 tower. Legal and political atrophy sustained the abandoned building for 13 long years — a throbbing, embarrassing cold sore in downtown.
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Do you support the use of dockless electric scooters in your community?

Castanet 27 Apr 2021
With the ink barely dry on bylaw changes making e-scooters street legal in Kelowna, it was announced Lime has been awarded a permit to provide the service in the city ... Until today, e-scooters were only allowed on city property, such as the rail trail, the waterfront promenade and in City Park.
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500 e-scooters will hit the streets tonight as Kelowna makes them legal

Castanet 20 Apr 2021
With the ink barely dry on bylaw changes making e-scooters street legal in Kelowna, it was announced Lime has been awarded a permit to provide the service in the city ... It was just hours earlier that city council adopted changes to its traffic bylaws making it legal for people to use e-scooters anywhere bicycles are allowed.
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Rally to Mark Marijuana Legalization

The East Hampton Star 19 Apr 2021
... Police Chief Austin McGuire, and members of New York's emerging cannabis industry will discuss the impacts of the state's marijuana legalization tomorrow at 4.20 p.m. in Sag Harbor's Steinbeck Waterfront Park at an event being dubbed Sag's 420 Freedom Rally.
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In unexpected move, U.S. Supreme Court asks Justice Dept. to weigh in on battle involving N.J. and mob watchdog

NJ dot com 05 Apr 2021
Solicitor General to step into the long-running legal battle by New Jersey to kill the Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor — a bi-state agency created more than 65 years ago to police the region’s ports ... Waterfront Commission officials declined comment, but some legal experts ...
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In unexpected move, U.S. Supreme Court asks Justice Dept. to weigh in on battle involving ...

Marietta Daily Journal 05 Apr 2021
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday, in an unexpected move, called for the U.S. Solicitor General to step into the long-running legal battle by New Jersey to kill the Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor — a bi-state agency created ... .
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Bottom Line: EZ-Probate Aims to Make the Probate Process Simpler and Cheaper

Seven Days 31 Mar 2021
People tasked with settling the estates of those who died, a legal process called probate, flooded his company's website to use its system for completing the required documents more cheaply than they could by hiring an attorney ... The estate can cover any legal fees, but the assets are often tied up in property that has to be vacated or sold.
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Seawall protecting Laguna Beach home slated for demolition after legal battle

Orange County Register 26 Mar 2021
Legal efforts to preserve a seawall protecting a waterfront Laguna Beach home have been exhausted, as the state Supreme Court declined on Thursday, March 25, to hear the issue after trial and appellate courts ruled in favor of a state Coastal Commission order to tear down the protective structure.
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COVID-19 Prevention and Vaccination for America's Maritime Industry

The Maritime Executive 22 Mar 2021
Each of the existing state standards requires employers to implement COVID-19 prevention programs ... Additionally, the U.S ... Prior to practicing law, Austin served in the USCG as a waterfront facility inspector and pollution investigator. Austin continues to serve in the USCG Reserve as a Legal Assistance Attorney for the Eighth Coast Guard District ... ....
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Can ports ban cargo? Lessons from Florida

Seatrade Maritime News 12 Mar 2021
Related ... Related ... In Florida, many of the ports are set up as special entities “independent special districts” within regions of the state; some ports are run by entire counties, encompassing geography way beyond the waterfront. It became clear that the legal framework was tricky, when conflicts arose among Federal, State and local  laws ...   ... .
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Letters to the Editor for February 25, 2021

The East Hampton Star 25 Feb 2021
Whether such rights were extinguished by the trustee deed to Benson, as in cases like the Georgica Association, is a legal and historical conundrum ... It could preclude more taxpayer legal expense and a taxpayer-funded purchase of waterfront four-wheel-drive parking ... The subject property, Inlet Marina, is zoned for Waterfront Business.
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What are the best beaches in Sarasota-Manatee? Here are 10 of our favorites

Sarasota Herald-Tribune 18 Feb 2021
We have destinations for family fun, nearby nightlife action, romantic getaways, camping and even one where you can (legally) bring your doggy for a dip in the Gulf of Mexico. More.10 best waterfront restaurants for outdoor dining in Sarasota. More.10 best waterfront restaurants for outdoor dining in Venice, Osprey and Nokomis.
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Redondo Beach mayoral debate focuses on commercial redevelopment, AES powerplant and an aging waterfront

Daily Breeze 11 Feb 2021
Some of the city’s major projects that have moved slowly, faced years of legal disputes or been challenged by the state —� the AES powerplant, the waterfront, the South Bay Galleria mall renovations — came up for discussion during the debate, with Brand touting ...
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