Back in the day when most of us were little kids, playgrounds largely consisted
of swing-sets, teeter-totters, some monkey bars, and maybe a metal slide or
two, along with the requisite basketball hoops and tetherball set-up.
More and more, developers and boards are opting to “go green” when embarking on new construction projects or updating an existing property.
Innovations and upgrades include solar roofs, energy efficient lighting and
appliances that use …
Call it the Ikea-fication of America. It seems that more and more people are
getting interested in design, especially when it comes to their own home. In
decades past, household furniture and decorations didn't vary a whole lot.
For seven years, Mira Calton and her husband, Dr. Jayson Calton, owned a
floating home, one of the 165 privately-owned residences on The World, a
644-foot yacht that continuously circumnavigates the globe. Owning a home on
the yacht, w…
If we purchase a unit (currently we are renting) for use by our building
engineer, are we no longer subject to paying property tax on that unit? We are
getting conflicting advice.
—Tax Exempt in Illinois
“If a co…
With video/audio conferencing available, I'm wondering if association meetings
can be held via telephone conferencing. I'm wondering if there are any
parameters for this, or if there are any legal restrictions. Where can I find