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Posting: Air Rights, Swapped for Schools 15.12.2007 NY Times: Real Estate
With buildable city lots in short supply, developers appear willing to reconsider choosing sites near schools.
National Perspectives: In Minneapolis, a Block Transformed 15.12.2007 NY Times: Real Estate
After helping to turn around a neglected neighborhood, a nonprofit changed focus to preserve affordable housing amid encroaching gentrification.
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Living In | Floral Park, Queens: A Town Center at City’s Edge 15.12.2007 NY Times: Real Estate
Long rows of modest homes, just a smattering of stores and an abundance of available space draw residents to Floral Park.
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City Room: Hey, Taxi! Do You Take Credit Cards? 15.12.2007 NYT: Home Page
New rules require New York City's yellow taxicabs to accept credit cards from passengers, but some drivers are balking, because of concern over processing fees and the prospect of smaller tips.
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Today's services (12/15/2007) 15.12.2007 Mankato Free Press: Local News
Kettle donations are off 15.12.2007 Mankato Free Press: Local News
The Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign is behind in its goals. More help is needed from Mankato area givers.
Paid in Dollars, Some Americans Are Struggling in Europe 15.12.2007 NY Times: Business
With plunging exchange rates, American expatriates whose pensions or incomes are paid in dollars are scrimping.
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Inflation Accelerated Last Month 15.12.2007 WSJ: Most Viewed Today
Consumer prices surged in November, up 4.3% from a year earlier on the back of sharply higher energy prices while core inflation, which excludes food and energy, accelerated at its fastest pace in 10 months. The data could complicate the Fed's efforts to balance growth and inflation ...
Paid in dollars, expats struggle to make a living 15.12.2007 International Herald Tribune: Front Page
Americans living abroad are finding it hard to economize in a world where the dollar isn't worth a €4 hill of beans.
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Your Home: In Co-ops, ‘Equality’ Can Be a Bit Elastic 14.12.2007 NY Times: Real Estate
Sometimes co-ops want to impose fees that are not calculated on a per-share basis.
Big Deal: Chamber of Windows 14.12.2007 NY Times: Real Estate
Daniel Radcliffe, who has played Harry Potter in five films, may become a landlord in SoHo.
The Hunt: Looking Past the Pictures 14.12.2007 NY Times: Real Estate
Seeking a home to buy, a couple find themselves drawn to Douglaston, Queens.
Duluth considers changes in new rental ordinance 14.12.2007 Minnesota Public Radio: News
Duluth is reconsidering a recently passed ordinace that places restrictions on student rentals.
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MSU football job is going to be a tough sell 14.12.2007 Mankato Free Press: Columns
The Minnesota State head coaching position is no longer a plum job.
Duluth considers changes in new rental ordinance 14.12.2007 Minnesota Public Radio: Politics
Duluth is reconsidering a recently passed ordinace that places restrictions on student rentals.
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Duluth considers changes in new rental ordinance 14.12.2007 Minnesota Public Radio: Business
Duluth is reconsidering a recently passed ordinace that places restrictions on student rentals.
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In New Orleans, Plan to Raze Low-Income Housing Draws Protest 14.12.2007 NY Times: National
The federal government is beginning this week to tear down thousands of apartments in the city’s four biggest public housing projects.
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Analysis: D.C.'s most powerful dealmaker doesn't make deals 14.12.2007 Star Tribune: Politics
Bush, who came to Washington as an outsider, has never really learned the cardinal rule of the Capitol: Congress considers itself a co-equal branch, and its leaders expect to be treated that way.
Mortgage crisis inflicts collateral damage 14.12.2007 MSNBC

Nov. 21: More renters are losing their homes because their landlord can't meet the mortgage. NBC's Mike Taibbi reports from Minneapolis. (Nightly News)The surge in mortgage defaults is claiming more victims. Homeless rates are on the rise among evicted renters, local governments are losing tax revenue and reports of domestic violence are rising.


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Guardsman creates musical light show 14.12.2007 Mankato Free Press: Local News
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