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New Hampshire – Condo project OK’d to replace condemned motel

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Ohio – Whitehall, Woodcliff Condominiums managers reach deal in court

Whitehall, Woodcliff Condominiums managers reach deal in courtBy KEVIN CORVO ThisWeek Community News Wednesday November 7, 2012 5:16 PM Managers of Woodcliff Condominiums and the city of Whitehall have reached an agreement in Franklin County Municipal Court to allow the 317-unit residential development to remain above ground. Whitehall had sought to demolish the structures as a public nuisance, but city attorney Mike Shannon said Nov.

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Ohio – Tentative deal could save most units from razing

Tentative deal could save most units from razingBy KEVIN CORVO ThisWeek Community News Wednesday August 29, 2012 9:23 AM It appears likely that a majority, if not all, of Woodcliff Condominiums will receive a final reprieve. A two-week hearing that began Aug. 20 in Franklin County Municipal Court instead evolved into a settlement negotiation.

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Ohio – Condo owners fighting against units’ demolition

Condo owners fighting against units’ demolitionBy Quan Truong The Columbus Dispatch Saturday August 18, 2012 7:47 AM Tension is running high at Woodcliff Condominiums in Whitehall as another round of exhaustive testimony over the complex’s possible demolition starts on Monday. With two weeks of hearings scheduled in Franklin County’s Environmental Court, some residents are furious that they might lose their homes.

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Pennsylvania – Condemnation order on 770 Sandy Street lifted Friday by Judge Moore

UPDATED: Condemnation order on 770 Sandy Street lifted Friday by Judge Moore – timesherald.comNORRISTOWN – Less than a day after Montgomery County Common Pleas Court Judge Bernard Moore heard testimony on the completed repairs at 770 Sandy Street, the judge lifted the 27-month condemnation of the 26-unit condominium building.

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Pennsylvania – Prompt Decision on 770 Sandy Street Condemnation Order Promised by Judge

Prompt decision on 770 Sandy Street condemnation order promised by judge – timesherald.comNORRISTOWN – The 2 1/2 hour hearing on whether to lift the 27-month condemnation order on 770 Sandy Street ended Thursday afternoon with a promise from Montgomery County Common Pleas Court Judge Bernard Moore to “make very effort to make a prompt decision.”

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Pennsylvania – Court date looms as Norristown seeks to lift condo condemnation

Court date looms as Norristown seeks to lift condo condemnation – timesherald.comNORRISTOWN – With remediation and code inspections completed three months ago, Norristown asks a judge this week to lift the 27-month condemnation order on 770 Sandy Street while the eight condo owners and a bank holding a construction loan question whether the repairs were completed properly.

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Pennsylvania – Firestopping at condemned Norristown condominium could resume soon

Firestopping at condemned Norristown condominium could resume soon – timesherald.comFirestopping at condemned Norristown condominium could resume soon Star gazing open to public at Montgomery County Community College Temple Ambler student admits to hacking school records to increase grades Ambler Whitpain Trojans cheer squad ends winning season

Pennsylvania – Builder faces looming deadline in 770 Sandy Street case

Builder faces looming deadline in 770 Sandy Street case – timesherald.comNORRISTOWN — The Upper Providence builder who has been the object of civil lawsuits by the municipality of Norristown and several banks has been ordered, for a second time, to provide his financial records by Jan. 3 for the construction of the 26-unit condominium building at 770 Sandy Street in Norristown.

Pennsylvania – Condemned 770 Sandy St. condo building in Norristown nears completion of repairs

Condemned 770 Sandy St. condo building in Norristown nears completion of repairs – timesherald.comNORRISTOWN — Eighteen months and 26 days after residents of a 26-unit condominium building were forced out by the court-ordered condemnation of their homes at 770 Sandy St., Norristown officials are asking for the condemnation to be lifted.