Accommodation : Hotels We've Been Here Name: Arlberg 1800 Resort Location: Austria Companion Reviews One of the most luxury hotels in one of the highest altitudes in the Arlberg region is Arlberg 1800. This luxury hotel makes up a large portion of this village and is located on near the pinnacle of a mountain between Lech, Zurs and St Anton. Skiing doesn’t come more snow-sure than this. You literally need to cross the road to board numerous lifts up the mountain and to the nursery slopes. From the mountain top, you can ski into St Anton. Our Travel Auctions Sort By popular latest ending Best Time To Visit The best time to visit St Christoph is always in the prime of winter, end of January to early March, but prices are much cheaper at the start and end of the season, so we feel there is better value to be had in the lower season. Stay anytime from December, including some of January and then April when you can grab a bargain at this luxury hotel and throughout … [Read more...] about Hotel Review: Arlberg 1800 Resort, St. Christoph
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Breana Noble The Detroit News Published 10:05 PM EDT Mar 14, 2019 Wayne County Executive Warren Evans called Thursday for an analysis of the tax payment plans being used in the county to prevent foreclosures, as property values took center stage during his State of the County address. While the number of foreclosures in the county have decreased dramatically since 2015, some critics say taxpayers are being warehoused in payment plans from which they will never escape. The payment plans adjust the amount and time homeowners have to pay back the taxes, but they must continue to pay their current taxes, as well. "The Wayne County treasurer has done, I think, tremendous work over the last several years in reducing the number of homes that go to foreclosure," Evans said. "The question I can’t answer, but the benchmarking I would like to see, is what is the success of the payment plans? We need to know. Are we really helping people to stay in their homes? … If we … [Read more...] about Warren Evans calls for payment plan review during Wayne County address
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Travel Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Travel | Hotel Review: The Peninsula, Beverly Hills, Calif. Supported by Check in A Southern California doyenne gets a bit of a freshening up. (Just don’t call it a face-lift.) ByGeraldine Fabrikant Feb. 1, 2019 Rates $595 and up The Basics Just Five Places to Visit in Beverly Hills Jan. 4, 2019 Location Set at the intersection of Santa Monica Boulevard and Wilshire near Canon Drive, the Peninsula is an easy walk to all the best shopping in Beverly Hills, from Neiman Marcus to the designer shops on Rodeo Drive, that holy grail of spending. And if you prefer not to soil your Louboutins, a chauffeur-driven Rolls-Royce, Mercedes or BMW stands at the ready to drop off and pick up guests within Beverly Hills. The Room Some rooms are done in fabrics from the French house of Brunschwig and … [Read more...] about Hotel Review: The Peninsula, Beverly Hills, Calif.
Gina Kaufman and Jim Schaefer Detroit Free Press Published 6:00 AM EST Nov 20, 2018 The Michigan agency in charge of law enforcement licensing has formed a committee to study the issue of unlicensed civilian reserve officers, following a Detroit Free Press investigation that exposed a lack of state oversight. The Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards designated the three-member committee at a meeting earlier this month. The agency has had the authority for nearly two years to set training requirements for reserve officers, who are generally volunteers. The law giving MCOLES that power went into effect in January 2017. Officials with the agency previously told the Free Press, though, that other responsibilities and limited resources had taken precedence. Michael Wendling, chairman of MCOLES, said last week that the issue will be a priority in 2019. He said reserve officers have a legitimate role in law enforcement. "MCOLES would like to see them trained … [Read more...] about State agency to review reserve officer issue after Freep investigation
0 Have your say Most skiers have heard of the French resort of Alpe d’Huez, but what about its smaller neighbours which have all the charm of village life but with access to one of Europe’s most snow-sure areas? Catherine Scott pays a flying visit. Alpe d’Huez has grown spectacularly in stature since Polish engineer Jean Pomagalski installed the first drag lift in France there in the 1930s.Pomagalski went on to found the international Poma lift company, while Alpe d’Huez now has the fifth largest ski area in France with 250km of slopes encompassing the slopes of the outlying villages of Auris, Villard Reculas, Oz en Oisans and Vaujany.Few Brits seem to know about these smaller villages which have the traditional quaint feel many struggle to find in many French purpose-built resorts.But don’t make the mistake of thinking that what these villages have in charm they lack in ski convenience, they have access to one of the biggest ski … [Read more...] about Travel review: Off the beaten track in the Alpe d’Huez ski area