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George Washington (Would Have) Slept Here: Renovations Begin on 18th Century Hotel on Maryland’s Eastern Shore
Princess Anne, MD – November 27, 2013 – (RealEstateRama) — Renovations have begun on the Washington Hotel, the 18th century inn that officials hope will become the centerpiece of the Eastern Shore town’s renaissance as a historical and cultural tourist destination.

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Blueprint for Housing Makes Data Accessible For All
Christopher Brechlin is the Principal and Founder of Blueprint for a Dream.
The 2013 Housing Data Profiles, recently released by the Partnership are an important tool for shaping housing policy and programs across Connecticut. They help establish a shared way to think about needs statewide.

Property manager sued for kicking kids off grass
The Department of Justice has sued a Twin Cities property-management firm and a homeowners association, alleging they discriminated against condo building residents with children.

Big Decline Seen in Homelessness
The number of homeless people in America fell by 4 percent from 2012, according to the latest data from the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
On a single night in January in 2013, 610,042 people were homeless in the nation. Most, 65 percent, were in emergency shelters and transitional housing while 35 percent were unsheltered, according to the Annual Homeless Assessment Report to Congress. The overall number of homeless people has declined by 9 percent since 2007.

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