Mount Pleasant I’on Developers Ordered To Pay $1.75 Million To Property Owners – Post And Courier

But their sale of the dock and Creek Club in the wake of the start of the Great Recession left many residents with a bad taste. “We want to be sure to thank the many residents who have continued to support the I’On Company throughout this legal challenge, including some who testified at trial,” Duffy said. Circuit Judge Stephanie P. McDonald presided over the trial. Reach Robert Behre at 937-5771. Keywords Enlarge The ownership and use of IOns Creek Club, pictured here, was at the heart of a recent civil lawsuit that resulted in a $1.75 million award for the neighborhoods homeowner association.
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Back to drawing board for rail portion of linear park | Ocala.com

You can hear it in the tone of Fishers words. He thinks Year Three will be the breakout season that will move the Rams off that sub-.500 plateau they have rested on for the last two seasons (back-to-back, nearly-identical seasons of 7-8-1 and 7-9), and catapult into a 10- or 11-win season. This is the first of many very big weeks in the 2014 preseason. After spending the entire offseason practicing against themselves, the Rams begin the exhibition season Friday night in the dome against the New Orleans Saints. Sam Bradford and his surgically repaired knee will get a first real test against a defense that can and will bring him to the ground. Every exhibition game will allow a glimpse into the possibilities that this season could bring.
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Fordham AD David Roach on the Rose Hill Gym: ‘Focus on What You Have’ | Bleacher Report

Most people would agree that a new arenawith modern amenities, more seats and a better game-day experienceis long overdue. The reality, though, is that this isn’t going to happen anytime soon. “I look at some other institutions, even within our league, and I’m not sure their venue is any better,” Fordham athletic director David Roach told Bleacher Report. Roachmentioned La Salle, which plays in the Tom Gola Arena, a 4,000-seatvenue that opened in 1998.It wouldn’t be considered a great facility by any stretch of the imagination, yet the Explorers still made it to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament in 2013. On the flip side, Roach did not mentionUMass, which is building a $28 million practice facility,or Richmond, which last year put $17 million into its home arena.
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This is to make sure everyone has a greater level of comfort that their voices will be heard, Marc Mondell, assistant city manager of community development services, said. It is also to ensure that a new scope of work be completed. The city applied for and received approval for a $2.2 million grant from the Federal Railroad Administration for the rail portion of the project based on the original concept. With that plan being scrapped, the question arose as to whether the city would lose the FRA grant. As long as we get them revised scope of work by the end of this year, we will retain the grant, Mondell said. So timing is important.
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