Updated 12:46 pm CDT, Sunday, September 15, 2019 ADVANCE ON THURSDAY, SEPT. 12 FOR USE ANY TIME AFTER 3:01 A.M. SUNDAY SEPT 15 - In this Sept. 6, 2019, photo the Aspens Mobile Home Village sits tucked between I-70 eastbound and the Eagle River in Avon, Colo. Nearly 50 years old, it has 159 lots and is home to several hundred immigrant workers in Eagle county's construction, service and hospitality industries. (Tina Griego/ Colorado Independent) less ADVANCE ON THURSDAY, SEPT. 12 FOR USE ANY TIME AFTER 3:01 A.M. SUNDAY SEPT 15 - In this Sept. 6, 2019, photo the Aspens Mobile Home Village sits tucked between I-70 eastbound and the Eagle River in Avon, Colo. ... more Photo: Tina Griego, AP Photo: Tina Griego, AP Image 1 of / 4 Caption Close Image 1 of 4 ADVANCE ON THURSDAY, SEPT. … [Read more...] about Mobile home parks become immigrants’ home away from home
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You don't need an enormous amount of capital to find and execute lucrative deals. R.L. Adams Published 12:38 pm CDT, Friday, May 24, 2019 Photo: Klaus Vedfelt | Getty Images Photo: Klaus Vedfelt | Getty Images Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Klaus Vedfelt | Getty Images 8 Proven Ways to Make Money in Real Estate 1 / 1 Back to Gallery This article was originally published on October 13, 2017. Real estate may have produced more wealth than any other industry, but people still remain skeptical about entering into the fray. Most think that they need to start with some sort of capital, but that's not always the case. The one magic power you do need is to be … [Read more...] about 8 Proven Ways to Make Money in Real Estate
Hattie Garlick Follow 18 February 2019 • 2:54pm What are you looking for when you book a hotel with kids? It’s not a rhetorical question. I genuinely want to know. Tweet me (@hattiegarlick) or write (how charming would that be?) and I will diligently hunt down and test hotels that meet your specifications. Talk about selfless public service. Here’s my view. Travelling with children, I want one of two things. A true home from home, somewhere small, warm and characterful where my children’s eccentricities and muddy boots can be absorbed into the chatter and charm. (See: Penally Abbey in Pembrokeshire, or Augill Castle in Cumbria.) Or somewhere so vast and anonymous it’s like being luxuriously institutionalised. The benefit of this is that you can check in, and check out of adulting altogether for a short, blissful time. A concierge will do the thinking, the housekeeping the picking up and turning down – reducing you to a giant … [Read more...] about Hotel Hit Squad: Child-focused fun and family cookery courses make the Grand Hotel and Spa in York ideal for a half-term break
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Style Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Style | The Baumans, Sellers of Really, Really Rare Books Supported by fixtures Their shop is the thinking person’s place to go after hitting the jackpot in Las Vegas (or New York). ByGeraldine Fabrikant Jan. 30, 2019 What reward How about a rare book? It was 11 years ago that David and Natalie Bauman, the owners of a successful rare book store in Manhattan, open since 1988, decided to expand to Las Vegas, opening a store on a relatively quiet second floor walkway among the Grande Canal Shoppes between the Venetian and Palace hotels. On the main floor, ersatz gondolas with gondoliers ferry tourists from end to end. Their shop is wedged next to Lazarou, a custom men’s clothing store, and just across from Mezlan, which sells shoes. Its two-story, elegant bookcases are filled with carefully arranged … [Read more...] about The Baumans, Sellers of Really, Really Rare Books
The regulatory and legislative wheels are in motion for Atmos Energy to more quickly upgrade its aging, dangerous natural gas distribution pipelines in North Texas. Speed is important because after a natural gas explosion in a home that killed a girl last year, Atmos found a worrying number of leaks in North Dallas. Dallas Rep. Rafael Anchia has filed legislation to require natural gas utilities to upgrade lines made of older materials by the end of next year. That’s faster than Atmos’ plan to replace such pipelines by the end of 2021.But if you live in a neighborhood with natural gas leaks, all of this is taking far too long to play out, as residents can’t tell which spot is most likely to explode next.A cynic might say that’s the way things often go in corporate America when the needs of customers conflict with the interests of shareholders. To that we say, but Atmos is a regulated monopoly, and those goals are supposed to align.Atmos, as with all natural gas … [Read more...] about What is really preventing Atmos from making critical pipeline safety upgrades right away?