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Palm Beach Politics | Sun Sentinel blogsBoynton Beach's former city manager, Kurt Bressner, retired last June. The former assistant city manager, Lori LaVerriere, stepped up to the interim city manager position and is one of 14 candidates vying for the job. Commissioners will likely discuss...
Mayo on the Side: Michael Mayo | Sun Sentinel BlogsThe Broward Inspector General's office is still relatively new, and its field of scope incredibly wide -- misconduct, mismanagement, waste and fraud in Broward County government and municipalities. Inspector General John W. Scott, a veteran prosecutor and...
If getting in shape is one of your New Year's resolutions, doing some heavy lifting before you join a gym can help maximize your membership and keep you from feeling like a dumbbell. Remember, gyms are businesses. And businesses can close with little...
Hoosiers are supporting local businesses in overwhelming numbers, at least when it comes to state sales tax. A statewide poll finds 69 percent of Hoosiers think it is unfair sales tax is not collected by online-only retailers like Amazon.com....
Tags: Politics, Mitch Daniels, Amazon.com Inc., Taxation
The numbers are in for some downtown Indianapolis businesses and plenty of people are happy with the investment that made the city Super Bowl-ready. "January and February are typically slow months for us, and I think everyone in general, and our sales...
Tags: Super Bowl, Football
Two weeks ago, I wrote about a lawsuit working its way through the state courts that poses a novel and fundamental challenge to Proposition 13, the tax initiative approved by California voters in 1978. According to the lawsuit, brought by former UCLA...
Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard has said he will support a tougher smoking ban if it provides an exemption for private clubs. The City-County Council, meanwhile, approved a measure 19-9, that instead offers those businesses an option. The ban would...
Our state lawmakers returned to session this week and while many eyes already are focused on the looming debate over the next state budget, there are other matters of business to consider that would serve consumers well. Among the many bills churning...
Business owners in Broad Ripple have been working independently and together as they begin trying to lure local and out of town football fans to their side of town. They're using what they already have, their rows of businesses and they've created a...
Mr. Speaker, Mr. Vice President, members of Congress, distinguished guests, and fellow Americans: Last month, I went to Andrews Air Force Base and welcomed home some of our last troops to serve in Iraq. Together, we offered a final, proud salute to...
Downtown Indianapolis businesses are hammering out plans on how to continue work flow during Super Bowl week. There are 120,000 people who work downtown and starting Jan. 19, they might see changes in their routes to and from work. "If you normally come...
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