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NeighborhoodLIFT program provides coaching to first-time buyers and thousands of dollars in down payment assistance.
Parking spaces almost derailed plan to expand dental clinic into former bookstore on Chicago Avenue until city reversed course
In 1975, he published the first edition of what eventually became known as Swaiman's Pediatric Neurology, the most widely used textbook of its kind in the world.
Announcement follows complaints from business owners in wake of riots.
More than half of the 51 businesses that were looted have reopened their doors, but merchants said the recovery of W. Broadway is going to take more time.
A three-judge panel's ruling means those who collected interest payments from Petters Co. may be able to keep the money.
Contractors acknowledge that prices for riot-related work are far higher than usual, but they said that is because government regulations require them to treat all debris from a burned-out building as hazardous.
A Minneapolis ordinance forbids external shutters, leading to protests from owners who say they need more security.
Property owners said they couldn't move forward with clearing debris because of tax bills.
In St. Paul, officials have waived the tax rule so property owners can clean up.