Judge Warns Against Crunch Lease at 140 FranklinA judge yesterday denied a preliminary injunction against the owner of the lone commercial condominium unit at 140 Franklin Street, Lily Realty, and its proposed lessee, Crunch. But he found that the condo board has shown a likelihood of success in prevailing in its lawsuit that the proposed use by the gym is incompatible with…
Wood County homeowners call gun club a safety hazardWood County commissioners are squarely in the middle of a dispute between the owner of a private shooting range and a homeowner’s group that doesn’t like it as a neighbor. The Sundowner Association, doing business as the Sundowner Gun Club, and owner Kendall Richards have gone to U.S.
Heritage Lakes resident’s at-home business nixedBy KEVIN CORVO ThisWeek Community News Wednesday November 20, 2013 11:04 AM A Heritage Lakes homeowner must abandon her at-home business following a Nov. 14 verdict of the Hilliard Planning and Zoning Commission. The homeowners association lodged a complaint with the city of Hilliard, making city officials aware that Krista Herbert, of Heritage Point Court, was operating a business at the residence.
Wexford homeowners worried neighborhood will go to the dogsBusiness has been good the past four years for Paige Grisette and her New Orleans Road dog-grooming business, Red Rover. So good, in fact, that she hopes to open another Hilton Head Island location, a dog kennel and boarding facility at 77 Arrow Road in a vacant building previously used by a children’s day care center.
HeraldNet.com – Martha Lake neighbors want pot dispensary shutteredLYNNWOOD — A group of Martha Lake neighbors want a medical marijuana dispensary near their homes closed. Rick Benefiel, 62, the president of the Martha Lake Homeowner’s Association, said his biggest problem with the business is that it is within walking distance of Martha Lake Park.
In-Home Child Care Vs. Homeowner’s AssociationThe Nebraska Supreme Court is giving an Omaha couple another chance to make the case that they were unfairly ordered by their homeowner’s association to shutter their home-based child care service. Glen and Rhonda Wolf appealed after a Douglas County court found in favor of Farmington Woods Homeowners Association, which sued over the Wolfs’ child care service.
Omaha couple to get second chance at day care caseLINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Supreme Court granted an Omaha couple a new chance Friday to argue that their homeowner’s association unfairly ordered them to close the home-based daycare that they had run for more than a decade.
Think Twice Before Advertising on Your CarMon May 21, 2012 10:20pm EDT You've seen them — car business advertisements. There are magnets, stickers and vinyl wraps. You can cover the entire vehicle, or opt for just the doors or windows. The variations are endless. But are they legal? You must answer this question before you advertise your business on a car.
Virginia Supreme Court rules in favor of Marterella WineryThe case had been closely watched for its potential impact on Virginia vineyards, which have grown at an explosive rate over the past decade and engendered both ardent supporters and fierce opponents. Proponents, including many state leaders, praise farm wineries for creating a valuable product, attracting tourists and protecting rural land.