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Channel Title : Jamie Wagner

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Published Date : 2014-02-26T19:18:02.000Z


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Published Date : 2014-02-21T02:02:36.000Z For more info and pics, Text "2659124" to 79564 4 bedroom home in Cortina in Queen Creek WOW!! You must see this 4 bedroom home in Cortina in Queen Creek. Single level upgraded home in desirable Cortina. Ceiling fans 2 upgraded baths, game room, complete with surround sound, split floorplan. Master and secondary bedroom have a private backyard exit! The features of this 4 bedroom home in Cortina in Queen Creek home include tile floors, granite countertops, breakfast bar and great room is prewired for surround sound... Oh, and did I mention a 90K backyard oasis?!! Complete with covered patio with fan and speakers, a self cleaning, heated, 7' deep-saltwater pool, spa, remote controlled grotto water feature AND built in BBQ! Listing courtesy of JK Realty. To search for other homes go to Call Jamie Wagner at 480-216-0953 to see this 4 bedroom home in Cortina in Queen Creek home today before it is gone!

Channel Title : Cronkite News

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Published Date : 2014-03-04T21:00:24.000Z

After several rises and falls in the housing market, one San Luis, Arizona community decided taking charge of their own home building made the most sense. Families in the Yuma County town of 15,000 save themselves around $40,000 per home when doing it themselves. Cronkite News reporter Clarissa Tapia has the story.

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Published Date : 2014-02-14T02:13:47.000Z

Jim Trammel, Glendale Code Inspector, explains the most common code violations & what residents can do to prevent a citation.

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Published Date : 2012-04-13T13:52:27.000Z

The "City Building and Construction Code" has been designed in compliance with European standards. During recent years local and international experts have worked on the document, and studied relevant legislation and execution mechanism of different countries. Azerbaijani Parliament adopted the document after two considerations. Today Park Inn Hotel hosted public discussions on the Code of City Building and Construction together with US Chamber of Commerce, Azerbaijan Lawyers Confederation and German Organization for International Cooperation. The event was funded by Baker and McKenzie law firm. "The code complies with European standards. There were some disagreements. We approached the document from the perspective of administrative law, but some other people regard it from a broader socio-economic standpoint," said Ali Huseynov, chairman of the Committee of Azerbaijani Parliament on Legal Policy and State Construction. The code has been drafted following 6 years of cooperation and open discussions. "The document for the transformation period of the Democratic Republic of Germany was used as a model," said Thomas Meltzer, the chairman of German Organization for International Cooperation. The code seeks to create a system for city building and construction. The document will help people to live in a healthy, safe and convenient environment, and will establish legal and aesthetic principles of city building and construction. The code includes rules for area planning, construction activities, controls on construction, which projects need permission for construction, and which do not. According to the document, no permission is needed for houses less than 12 meters high. In advance of the construction of permitted objects blueprints should be prepared and the relevant executive powers notified. If the executive power does not reply within one month, then the applicant can start the construction work. The experts expressed their opinions on illegal constructions: "It would not be right to demolish illegal buildings. A state control should be carried out on these buildings, and the buildings that comply with standards should be legalized," said Sayyad Karimov, head of the working group. MP Vahid Ahmadov believes that there are concerns relating to construction works and assessments: "Large-scale construction work is being done in Azerbaijan and it will continue. The biggest problem is assessing properties. The assessment must be documented. If private properties are bought for public needs they should be confident in receiving timely compensation that complies with market price".


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