Copenhagen Imports’ 50th Anniversary Collection Is a Testament to Timeless Design

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Copenhagen Imports’ Texas regional manager, John Milk, is always quick to distinguish furniture design trends, such as sectional sofas with trendy style options like smoky mirrors and gold-plated tables. He should know – he’s been designing furniture showrooms for almost three decades. John has always admired interior design, recalling days when, as a child, his mother would take him along to visit his favorite furniture store in his hometown of Tucson, Arizona.

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Apartment Renovations Rights | Home Guides

Renovating an apartment could be a win-win. Tenants get a better unit and landlords can increase the value of their properties. However, there are specific rules governing how upgrades should be made. Such rues are meant to minimize the impact on tenants, while giving landlords the flexibility to make improvements.

When a Landlord Renovates

Under California law, landlords must renovate to keep their units up to code. They also must make repairs when a problem endangers the health or safety of a tenant. For example, if a carpet is moldy or worn out, the landlord must replace it. Additionally, landlords have the right to upgrade the apartment, but they must follow the law in this regard.

Renovations While Occupied

Tenants are entitled to the “quiet enjoyment” of their space, and a renovation cannot interfere with this. For example, if the noisy renovation of a nearby unit keeps a tenant up

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Coveted Cul-de-Sac Newark Home Just Listed

NEWARK, CA — This recently remodeled home is spacious, with an open floor plan that features plenty of natural light.



The address is 8472 Willow Pl, Newark, CA, 94560


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The address is 8472 Willow Pl, Newark, CA, 94560

These 45 photos include several of the remodeled kitchen.

  • Address: 8472 Willow Pl, Newark, California
  • Price: $1,249,888
  • Square Feet: 2200
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2 Full and 1 Half Baths
  • Built: 2000
  • Features: Central air conditioning and central heating Brand new quartz kitchen countertop with full tile backsplash Large kitchen island with brand new quartz countertop Whirlpool stainless steel side by side refrigerator GE microwave and oven Built in gas cooktop Walk in pantry Master suite with remote controlled ceiling fan and walk in closet Jacuzzi tub in master suite New quartz countertops, sinks and faucets in master bathroom and upstairs hall bathroom Separate water closet master bath Dual vanity sink in master bathroom and upstairs hall bathroom Brand new
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Final counts are in for Interior primary races and some may require a recount | Local News

The Alaska Division of Elections has yet to certify final primary election results, but division workers completed counting ballots for Interior races Friday afternoon. 

Division spokeswoman Tiffany Montemayor confirmed that all in-person, absentee and questioned ballots have been counted for the following districts:

 

Senate District B

Conservative newcomer Robert Myers holds a lead of 16 votes over Republican incumbent Sen. John Coghill in this Republican primary race. 

With this small of a margin, this race will likely result in a recount and is well within the margin for the state to pay for the recount. However, a recount will need to be requested by one of the candidates. 

A recount is only automatically conducted if a race is tied. No candidate can request a recount until election results are certified by the state elections board, a process that will likely happen early next week, according to Montemayor.

Whoever is named

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